U.S. Spending Bill Gives Millions to Middle Eastern Border Security Amid U.S. Open Border Battle

The recent $1.2 trillion spending bill passed by Congress and signed into law by Democrat Joe Biden has sparked controversy over its allocation of funds, which funnels US taxpayer funds to Middle Eastern countries, reigniting debates over domestic border policies.

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The recent spending package, which is causing division in the Republican party, includes an appropriation of $380 million designated for “enhanced border security” in Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Tunisia, and Oman. Jordan alone is set to receive $150 million from this allocation. This provision, a recurring feature in omnibus budgets in recent years, has drawn criticism from some Republicans who perceive it as excessive spending while domestic border security remains a contentious issue.

Representative Steve Scalise of Louisiana voiced his opposition, stating, “But you see them running this thing through by the dark of night with billions in things that – they’re doing border security in foreign countries, and they’re impeding border security in our country.”

While the spending bill received bipartisan support to prevent a government shutdown, it faced significant pushback from conservatives. Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia filed a motion to vacate Representative Mike Johnson of Louisiana as House speaker, citing his role in advancing the legislation.

This allocation comes amidst a historic migrant crisis at the U.S. southern border, with record numbers of encounters reported in February. However, Congress remains divided on how to address border security and immigration policies.

The Biden administration has advocated for a bipartisan border funding bill, which includes provisions for staffing, technology, and support for communities receiving migrants. Additionally, it proposes a temporary mechanism to manage migrant entries in response to escalating numbers. Conversely, conservatives argue that such measures would only exacerbate existing issues of illegal immigration.

Republicans in the House have passed their own border security and asylum bill, emphasizing additional funding for border wall construction and reforms to limit entries into the interior of the United States. Representative Greene has been vocal in her criticism of Speaker Johnson’s handling of border security issues, particularly regarding the recent spending deal with President Biden.

As tensions within the Republican Party escalate, Speaker Johnson faces mounting pressure from conservative factions. Greene’s resolution to remove Johnson from power underscores the deep divisions over border security and spending priorities.

In response to criticism, Speaker Johnson defended his negotiations with Democrats as necessary compromises in a divided political landscape. However, internal conflicts within the GOP threaten to undermine their collective efforts ahead of crucial elections.

As Congress prepares for debates over military funding for Ukraine, the fate of domestic and foreign border security measures hangs in the balance. The outcome of these deliberations will shape the trajectory of U.S. border policies and influence electoral dynamics in the coming months.

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