Biden OMB Director Smirks Her Way Through Committee Hearing

Have you ever had a meeting with someone that thought they were untouchable?

Well, let me introduce you to Office of Management and Budget Director Shalanda Young.

Young fooled a lot of people during her confirmation hearing, but she just showed her true self and it will not go over well with Republicans.

You Can’t Touch Me

Just the other day, I watched Young laugh off challenges to the fact that this administration has reallocated money approved for border wall construction during the Trump administration.

What she did, technically, is illegal, as congressionally approved funds are not supposed to be reallocated by an administration.

Democrats lost their minds and wanted it on his impeachment charges when Trump tried to do it.

Young just smirked her way through the questioning, knowing nobody would raise an eyebrow now.

During a Senate Budget Committee hearing, she did it again when being questioned about the current migration problem at our southern border.

With surges expected, Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) asked her, “My question is do you support eliminating Title 42 deportation authority?”

She responded, “I don’t have a personal opinion.

“I believe we, from a resource position, are putting forth enough money to deal with a historic pattern.”

Historic pattern? So, setting a historically high immigration number during the first year is a pattern all of a sudden?

Here is the exchange…

The pattern is for an increase, not record-breaking numbers.

For me, it is the smirk on the face that sets me off…  like how dare you question what we are doing.

Extremists and activists… that is what Joe Biden has in his administration.

Source: Fox News


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