Kamala Harris’ decision about the southern border will leave you red with rage

Vice President Kamala Harris has been a major problem for the Biden admin. She’s failing at her job.

And Kamala Harris’ decision about the southern border will leave you red with rage.

More than 250,000 “encounters” with illegal immigrants occurred last month along the southern border, according to the most recent statistics from U.S. Customs and Border Patrol.

The number of illegal immigrants entering the United States during the chilly month of December is at its highest point in recorded history.

There may have also been another 65,000 “gotaways,” bringing the total to around 315,000 illegal immigrants who entered the nation last month.

To put it in perspective, if it happened virtually every month, it would be like the whole population of Orlando moving across the border in a period of 31 days.

With the December figures, at least 200,000 illegal immigrants have entered America for nine months running.

About 6 million illegal immigrants have entered the United States across the southern borders since President Biden took the oath of office through December of this year, creating an unprecedented issue.

Since the beginning of 2022, roughly 3.5 million of such people had entered America illegally.

The announcement follows the President’s first-ever visit to the southern border in his two years in office.

Biden downplayed the situation and blamed Republicans, claiming that giving illegal immigrants a path to citizenship would somehow halt the influx of immigrants into the country.

And now Kamala Harris, Vice President Biden’s “Border Czar” from 2021, is traveling to a border state for the second time in a year.

However, it is not to observe the issues at the border or to speak with border patrol officers.

No, she’s there to witness a groundbreaking for a “green” energy firm.

When you can spend that time pompously celebrating the advancement of the woke agenda, why strive to fix an issue that affects every American either directly or indirectly?

The southern border with Mexico is around 100 miles away from Tonopah, Arizona, where the Veep is headed.

Despite being roughly an hour and a half away by car, there isn’t a scheduled stop at the border.

According to Fox News, Harris will spend her day at the groundbreaking for a 125-mile transmission line that will move wind and solar energy around the region.

Interior Secretary Deb Haaland, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, and National Climate Advisor Ali Zaidi will be present with her.

The goal is to tout the Biden administration’s investment in purportedly “clean energy” as a whole.

Regarding the border, Harris has recently maintained to her stance of “nothing to see here, folks,” saying there is no issue while also blaming Republicans for the issue she claims doesn’t exist.

In a recent interview with NBC News’ Chuck Todd, Harris said, “The border is secure, but we also have a broken immigration system, particularly over the last four years before we came in, and it needs to be fixed.”

“We have a secure border in that that is a priority for any nation.”

Harris claims that the system was broken under President Donald Trump, although the worst month of his four years in office saw only 144,000 border interactions, which was significantly fewer than the average month under Vice President Joe Biden.

However, Harris is willing to shift responsibility since she is aware of the widespread discontent among Americans regarding the problem on the southern border of the country.

Harris told NPR that Republicans in Congress have shown a “unfortunate unwillingness to engage in any meaningful reform that could actually fix a lot of what we are witnessing.”

Amnesty for the estimated 15 million illegal immigrants currently living in the United States, who, according to the Federation for American Immigration Reform, cost the country $132 billion annually, won’t in any way serve as a magnet luring more migrants to cross our border illegally in the future.

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