ICYMI: Senator Marshall Joins Varney & Co. on Fox Business: This is no way to run a business

New York City, NY – 
U.S. Senator Roger Marshall, M.D. joined Varney & Co. on Fox Business in studio to discuss President Biden’s failures at the southern border and the looming government shutdown.

You may click HERE or on the image above to watch Senator Marshall’s full interview. 

Highlights from Senator Marshall’s interview include:

On the crisis at the southern border:

“But two very simple things, is he could go back to remain in Mexico and stop the parole. Joe Biden has paroled over 2 million illegal immigrants since he’s become president. On the other hand, you had President Trump and President Obama paroling maybe 10 or 20 thousand people in their four years. So stopping parole, Remain in Mexico probably eliminates about 80% of the people illegally crossing it.”

“Our number one trade partner right now is Mexico…We have an incredible trade program going on with Mexico, thanks to Trump’s US-MCA trade agreement. So let’s use that as leverage.”

“Well fortunately, the American public is much smarter than this. They realize 10 million people have crossed the border illegally in the last three years and that 300 Americans are going to die today from fentanyl poisoning. We’re seeing human trafficking explode across the country as well.

“I’ve made it very clear that I’m not going to fund Ukraine until we secure our own border. I truly believe in Americans first, the number one issue for Americans is the concern for the safety and security of their own family.”

On the looming government shutdown:

“What everybody needs to understand in America is Joe Biden and Chuck Schumer want to use the shutdown threat as leverage so they can write the bill. They want an Omnibus bill that they can figure out where all the money’s going to go to and add their Ukraine funding on it as well.”

“And this is why I want a long term fix. And we want to go back to the Budget Act of 1974, which requires certain deadlines for the President to submit a budget.”

“We haven’t even finished this year’s budget, let alone work on next year’s budget. We’re past the deadline for the President’s budget for the next fiscal year. So this is no way to run a business. No family runs like this as well.”