Lindsey Graham Suggests Potential Criminal Charges for Biden in Connection with Laken Riley’s Death by Undocumented Immigrant

Senator Lindsey Graham has recently put forth the suggestion that President Joe Biden could potentially face criminal charges in connection to the tragic murder of Laken Riley, a nursing student from Georgia. The horrific crime was committed by an illegal immigrant who was granted entry into the United States under the Biden administration.

Laken Riley, a 22-year-old nursing student at the University of Georgia, met a gruesome end while out for a run. Her assailant was Jose Antonio Ibarra, a 26-year-old undocumented immigrant from Venezuela who had been permitted to enter the country during Biden’s tenure.

The border is beyond broken. You have wars in Ukraine. You have the Mideast on fire. When it comes to enforcing the law, Joe Biden has been beyond reckless. He’s taken a parole statute that’s limited in nature and has given a million people parole when, on average, the Trump and [Obama] administrations gave 5,600 people parole. Laken Riley’s murderer was paroled because they had lack of capacity in El Paso.

On and on and on, all these women who have been raped and murdered have one thing in common, the people that killed them raped them, and murdered them were in our custody and let go, I think illegally. So Joe Biden better hope and pray there’s presidential immunity because when he allowed the killer of Laken Riley to be released on parole because of lack of capacity, I think he’s subject not only to a lawsuit but criminal prosecution if there’s not presidential immunity.

In an interview with Fox News, Senator Graham hinted at potential legal consequences for President Biden, should the Supreme Court rule against presidential immunity. He argued that Biden’s approach to border control and immigration law enforcement has been ‘beyond reckless’.

During his State of the Union address earlier this year, President Biden acknowledged Riley’s murder by an “illegal”, but refrained from accepting responsibility for her death. This statement sparked backlash from advocates of open borders, leading to a subsequent apology from the President. In his apology, he insisted on using the term ‘undocumented’, expressing respect for these individuals who he claimed ‘built this country’.

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