SHOCKING: Kamala’s Insane Border Rant

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

Vice President Kamala Harris has faced significant criticism for her statements and actions during her tenure. She has been one of the more polarizing Vice Presidents in recent American history, with some arguing she has not been an asset to President Biden’s administration.

Recently, when an ABC News reporter, Linsey Davis, posed a question to her about the challenges at the border, Harris was visibly upset. Davis pointed out that various states, particularly those led by Republican governors like Florida’s Ron DeSantis and Texas’ Greg Abbott, have taken individual action in response to immigration issues. These actions include transporting migrants to places like Washington, D.C., and specifically to the vicinity of the Vice President’s residence.

In response to Davis’s question about whether more could be done to address migration issues, Harris emphasized that people shouldn’t be used as tools in political maneuvers. She stressed the importance of treating migrants with humanity and criticized the transportation of these individuals for what she perceived as political showmanship. Harris also highlighted the need for comprehensive immigration reform, noting that figures across the political spectrum, such as George Bush and John McCain, have supported such measures in the past.

However, there are critics, including House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Rep. Mark Green (R-TN), who argue that the Biden administration’s policies are the root cause of the current border challenges. Green asserts that Harris would need to reflect on the administration’s own decisions to understand the situation fully. The decision by the Biden administration to reverse several of former President Trump’s border policies led to a notable increase in migrant movements in 2021.

Consequently, there are concerns about the security implications and the potential strain on resources due to the rising number of migrants entering the U.S. each year.