House Republicans have vowed to kill a foreign aid and border security bill, with House Speaker Rep. Mike Johnson (R-LA) repeating his promise that the bill is dead on arrival at the House.

According to the Daily Caller, the Senate released the text of a new bill —titled the Emergency National Security Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2024— that would appropriate $118 billion in total, with $48 billion to aid Ukraine during its war against Russia and nearly $16 billion to help Israel during its conflict with Hamas until Dec. 31.

The pro-migration bill will also fund border security forms, put a huge number of new enforcement tools in the hands of a future administration, and push the current Administration to finally stop the illegal flow, according to Sen. James Lankford (R-OK)

House Republicans, including Speaker Johnson, have raised fierce opposition to the bill. Johnson, in an X post, maintained that the bill will not solve the border ongoing border crisis.

“I’ve seen enough. This bill is even worse than we expected, and won’t come close to ending the border catastrophe the President has created,” Johnson wrote on X. “As the lead Democrat negotiator proclaimed: Under this legislation, the border never closes. If this bill reaches the House, it will be dead on arrival.”

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) blasted the bill, adding that any Republican who votes for the bill is no better than a Democrat.

“The Senate Amnesty Bill literally would force President Trump to let in illegals well into his term,” Gaetz said. “Any Republican who votes for this is no better than a Democrat!”

Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) posted on X that no self-respecting senator should vote on the bill.

“No self-respecting senator should agree to vote on this 370-page bill this week,” Lee posted. “Any 41 senators can prevent the bill from proceeding. If you agree that senators should have this bill for at least a few weeks (and certainly more than a few days) before voting on it, say so!”

House Majority Whip Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) maintained that the bill will not receive a single vote in the House.

“Let me be clear: The Senate Border Bill will NOT receive a vote in the House.” Scalise posted on X. “Here’s what the people pushing this ‘deal’ aren’t telling you: It accepts 5,000 illegal immigrants a day and gives automatic work permits to asylum recipients—a magnet for more illegal immigration.”

Rep. Eli Crane of Arizona (R-AZ) described the bill as an unserious attempt to show progress in an election year.

“The Senate border ‘deal’ is an unserious attempt to show progress in an election year, when in reality, they bent the knee to Biden’s open-border agenda,” Crane posted.

Republican Conference Chair Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) insisted that the bill is a “non-starter,” adding that it will further encourage illegal border crossings.

“This Joe Biden/Chuck Schumer Open Border Bill is an absolute non-starter and will further incentivize thousands of illegals to pour in across our borders daily,” Stefanik posted on X. “House Republicans have already passed HR2 – the Secure Our Border Act, which would actually secure the border and return to the effective Trump policies with the most secure border in our nation’s history.”

“And each year the Schumer-Sinema Border Bill legalizes nearly 2 million invaders who have breached our border during the Bidenvasion,” GOP Senate hopeful Kari Lake wrote in a post. “This Bill is DOA. We the People will not sit idly by as crooked politicians make permanent these dangerous/deadly open borders.”