Joe Biden got confronted over one tragic death with a reality check he did not want to hear

Screenshot via YouTube, CTV

Joe Biden’s policies are a disaster for America.

The toll is ruining families and costing lives.

And now Joe Biden got confronted over one tragic death with a reality check he did not want to hear.

During the State of the Union, Biden tried to address the opioid epidemic that is ravaging the nation.

“Fentanyl is killing more than 70,000 Americans a year,” Biden said as he expressed his sympathy to a father whose daughter died of a fentanyl overdose.

Biden trying to pretend he cared about the opioid epidemic was too much for Tennessee Congressman Andy Ogles.

“It’s your fault,” Ogles shouted at Biden.

Florida Congressman Byron Donalds appeared on CNN’s This Morning to offer his thoughts on Biden’s absurd attempt to act like he cared about fentanyl overdoses when his open borders policy is directly responsible for the deaths of tens of thousands of Americans every year.

Left-wing co-host Kaitlin Collins asked Donalds if Ogles outburst was inappropriate.

Donalds responded that the deaths of Americans from fentanyl overdoses were Biden’s fault due to the fact that he turned over operational control of the border to the cartels.
“He has left our border wide open and allowed our streets to be flooded with drugs, meanwhile 60% of women and children are raped trying to cross. Yes, it’s his fault,” Donalds stated.

Donalds added that “the drug cartels are using his border changes to increase trafficking of fentanyl into the United States.”

Collins pretended like leftists cared about the consequences of open borders to press Donalds on the question a second time.

“We all acknowledge fentanyl trafficking is a problem, but do you think it’s appropriate to put the entire thing on President Biden — to say it’s your fault — in front of a father who lost his daughter to that?” Collins responded.

Congressman Donalds said there was no one else to blame except Joe Biden for the increase in fentanyl trafficking since his policies made it all possible.

“If the trafficking of fentanyl is up because of the President’s changes, it is his fault,” Donald shot back. “Who are we gonna blame? Are you gonna blame members of Congress? Are you gonna blame the father? You’re not gonna do that…”

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.