A Fox News segment descended into chaos after two guests got into a shouting match over President Joe Biden’s border crisis, forcing Fox News host Harris Faulkner to end it.

Amid a crisis in the Big Apple, Biden is reportedly refusing to approve military housing for migrants in New York City. Eric Adams, the Democratic mayor of New York City, has pleaded for federal assistance.

Gianno Caldwell, a political analyst for Fox News, noted more than 1.5 million got-aways, and Faulkner emphasized that people who avoid checkpoints are not being thoroughly screened.

Following that, liberal Fox News contributor Richard Fowler claimed that Biden’s options are limited because Congressional action is required to secure the funding for border security.

“If we’re actually going to tackle our immigration crisis, it requires Democrats and Republicans in the House and Senate to work with the White House and come up with real solutions. If you talk to any of these democratic mayors, I’ve talked to most of them, they will tell you ‘we want to solve this problem. We understand it is not a White House fix. It is a Washington, D.C. fix that requires all of us working together.’”

“That’s absolutely not true Richard!” Caldwell jumped in.

“That’s absolutely true,” Fowler shot back. “It’s called the Constitution.”

“Alright, hold on,” Faulkner jumped in.

“Joe Biden is the head of the Democratic Party. He can tell them we’re gonna put together —”

“Yeah but it’s not about the Democratic Party —” Fowler argued. “It’s about the federal government passing legislation.”

“Gentleman I’m gonna jump back in here, and I’m the only one who’s gonna be talking so let me have a chance here,” Faulkner cut in. Faulkner argued Biden could implement an executive order but is not.

“He’s not saying anything, and he doesn’t want to say anything,” Caldwell said, arguing Biden is ignoring the “pleas” of Americans.

Fowler then argued Title 42, for example, was an “extraordinary circumstance” for the Biden Administration, before Faulkner cut in and argued, “This is an extraordinary circumstance!”

On Saturday, a Florida Republican filed another round of impeachment articles against Biden, accusing him of four separate offenses.


“It’s long past time to impeach Joe Biden,” said Rep. Greg Steube in a press release.“He has undermined the integrity of his office, brought disrepute on the Presidency, betrayed his trust as President, and acted in a manner subversive of the rule of law and justice at the expense of America’s citizens.

He added: “The evidence continues to mount by the day – the Biden Crime Family has personally profited off Joe’s government positions through bribery, threats, and fraud. Joe Biden must not be allowed to continue to sit in the White House, selling out our country.”

According to the filing, Biden stands accused of:


“These charges arise from Biden’s alleged involvement with his family’s business dealings, including Hunter and James Biden’s (the president’s brother) alleged effort to sell access to then-Vice President Biden between 2009 and 2017 in exchange for “payments and business opportunities from foreign and domestic business partners,’” Fox News reported.

On Wednesday, Rep. James Comer, R-Ky, the Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, issued a memorandum that purportedly demonstrates foreign payments amounting to over $20 million received by the Biden family. However, Democrats assert that none of the evidence indicates that President Biden accepted any payments or engaged in any wrongdoing, the outlet continued.


This article cites IRS whistleblower testimony that “members of the Biden campaign improperly colluded with Justice Department (DOJ) officials to improperly interfere with investigations into tax crimes alleged to have been committed by Hunter Biden.”



“The third and fourth articles accuse Biden of ‘fraud’ and paying for Hunter Biden’s illegal drugs and trysts with prostitutes, respectively,” Fox News continued.

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