BREAKING: Biden Apologizes to ‘Illegal’ Alien Behind Laken Riley’s Murder


(Luis CornelioHeadline USA) President Joe Biden issued a mea culpa on Saturday after using the term “illegal” in reference to the Venezuelan national accused of brutally murdering Laken Riley, a beloved Georgia nursing student.

During an interview on MSNBC Reports, Biden expressed regret for using what Democrats have criticized as an offensive term about individuals residing in the country… illegally.

“I shouldn’t have used illegal, it’s undocumented,” Biden conceded in the interview, referring to his State of the Union address where he attempted to mention Riley’s name.

On Thursday, while mistakenly uttering Riley’s name as “Lincoln, Lincoln Riley,” Biden exclaimed: “An innocent young woman who was killed by an illegal.” His remarks followed heckling by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green, R-Ga.

The described “illegal” in Biden’s speech is Jose Antonio Ibarra, a 26-year-old Venezuelan national currently in federal custody after targeting Riley in a random attack. Ibarra brutally murdered Riley as she fought for her life.

Detailing the disturbing acts Ibarra committed against Riley, prosecutors said that he disfigured the nursing student’s skull by throwing an unknown object at her. He now faces charges of concealing the death of another, false imprisonment, felony murder, malice murder, kidnapping, aggravated assault, and aggravated battery.

Despite the charges, many Democrats were offended by Biden’s use of the term ‘illegal’ to describe the Venezuelan man. The president appeared to backtrack, yielding to left-wing pressure.

“As a proud immigrant, I’m extremely disappointed to hear President Biden use the word ‘illegal,’” wrote Rep. Chuy Garcia, D-Ill., on Twitter. Echoing Garcia’s remarks, embattled Rep. Ilhan Omar said: “Let me be clear: No human being is illegal.”

Not to be outdone by her colleagues, Rep. Delia Ramirez, D-Ill, slammed Biden for deploying “dehumanizing” language against a man who reportedly subjected Riley to inhumane acts.

Even former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi weighed in on the matter, claiming that Democrats usually refer to illegal aliens as “undocumented.