Paul Ryan Delays Funds For Trump’s Border Wall, Gets Epic Backlash

Paul Ryan, the Speaker of the House is clearly a thorn in the side of every real conservative, ever since he replaced John Boehner back in October 2015. Now, the well-documented resentment of Ryan for President Trump has seemed to resurface as he made a recent announcement that Congress will NOT be funding the wall at the U.S.-Mexico border, which caused an immediate backlash that the liberals will not forget any time soon.

Reports from the Gateway Pundit have stated that Brandon Judd, the National Border Patrol Council President Brandon Judd lashed out at Paul Ryan when he refused to fund Trump’s border wall this year, during an interview with Stuart Varney on April 12, this year.

“There is a report this morning that Speaker Paul Ryan is suggesting that Congress delay border wall funding until next year. What do you say about that?” Varney asked Judd.

“I disagree. President Trump promised he was going to secure the border and part of securing the border is putting in place the proper technology and resources that allows us to be successful. And a border wall in strategic locations is one of those things that must get done,” Judd replied.

Clearly with this step, Ryan is obstructing the will of the American public who voted for Trump to become president and keep his promise to build the border wall, all with the goal to make our country safe again. Because of this, many were shocked that Ryan did not get replaced by Congress back when it could have been done, as a number of conservatives are tired of Ryan’s liberal leanings which prevent Trump to drain the swamp.

According to several other reports, Judd continued with his message for Ryan, stating that the Speaker has politicized the security of our nation, and as a result, Judd expressed an opposite opinion about President Trump when he said,

Daily Caller reports that Judd continued his unapologetic message for Ryan, saying that the Speaker has politicized the security of our nation. “I think it’s sad. President Trump has come in and has not politicized it. He’s said he’s going to secure the border, and he’s done exactly what he’s said he would do.”

A large number of Americans believe that Ryan should be replaced as he is a leftist working against the party that elected him in the first place, and on top of that, he does not represent the values of the conservatives.

Luckily, Congress looks to pass a temporary spending budget by the end of this month in order to avoid a government shutdown, meaning that conservatives would want to see Ryan held accountable for sabotaging Trump’s campaign promise to build the wall.

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