Biden Calls Laken Riley’s Killer An ‘Illegal,’ Triggers Leftists

Leftists are easily triggered. This time, it was because President Joe Biden used the term “illegals” instead of migrants or asylum seekers in his State of the Union address Thursday night.

The president found himself in a corner when heckled by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) to say the name of Laken Riley, the 22-year-old Augusta University nursing student murdered by an illegal immigrant last month.

Per usual, Biden slurred his words as he held a Riley button in his hand. He made a mockery of Riley and her parents, getting her name wrong, and calling her “Lincoln.”

“Lincoln Riley [sic],” he said. “An innocent young woman who was killed by an illegal, that’s right.”

While Biden got it right, that an “illegal” did kill an innocent young woman, his liberal colleagues were not so thrilled.

After the speech, a bunch of progressive lawmakers decided to throw fits and whine in their normal fashion due to their commander-in-chief’s use of the term “illegal.”

Rep. Delia Ramirez (D-IL) posted on X that no person is illegal.

Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) condemned the president’s choice of words, stating that he should not be “repeating Republican rhetoric.”

Rep. Chuy Garcia (D-IL), a legal immigrant, wrote that he was “disappointed” in Biden referring to Riley’s killer as an “illegal.”

Squad member Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) also chimed in, echoing what Ramirez said about no person being illegal.

The president even faced criticism from the National Immigrant Justice Center, who went as far as to refer to his rhetoric as “words [of] anti-immigrant extremists.”

It must have been Biden’s cognitive decline that made him use the term “illegal” because he was the one who demanded that illegals be referred to as “newcomers” or “undocumented” to sound more progressive and welcoming.

“This change is designed to encourage more inclusive language in the agency’s outreach efforts, internal documents and in overall communication with stakeholders, partners, and the general public,” the Department of Homeland Security said, defending its decision to stop using the term “illegal alien.”

The backlash that he has faced for his word choice will probably not be going away anytime soon.

According to Biden’s campaign co-chair Mitch Landrieu, his choice of words was a “small mistake,” but people shouldn’t focus on that. Instead, they should focus on how he expresses “empathy to people.”

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