Conservative Values Triumph: EU Rejects Globalism, Biden's Immigration Policy Backfires

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Posted 7 days ago

Here's the latest on the global political landscape, where conservative values and Republican ideals continue to gain traction, as evidenced by recent developments in the EU and the United States.

In a significant blow to globalist agendas, the recent EU elections saw a resounding rejection of the Great Reset takeover, as voters overwhelmingly favored conservative candidates. This shift towards conservative values signals a growing discontent with the globalist agenda and a desire for national sovereignty and individual freedoms.

Meanwhile, in the United States, the Biden administration's economic policies are coming under fire, as native-born American workers are bearing the brunt of the administration's lax immigration enforcement. According to data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of foreign-born workers employed in the U.S. has risen by 637,000 in the last year, while the number of employed native-born Americans has declined by 299,000. This trend is largely attributed to the surge in illegal immigration under the Biden administration, which has relaxed enforcement at the southern border.

Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) recently highlighted the strategic importance of Ukraine, revealing that the country is sitting on trillions of dollars worth of critical minerals. In a departure from his previous talking points, Graham admitted that the U.S. must win the Ukraine proxy war against Russia to control these valuable resources. This revelation underscores the importance of a strong, conservative foreign policy that prioritizes American interests and national security.

These developments underscore the importance of conservative values and Republican ideals in shaping a more prosperous and secure future for all. As the global political landscape continues to evolve, it is clear that conservative principles will play a crucial role in shaping the world for generations to come.


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