Andy Biggs Slams Kamala Harris Over Lack of Action on Southern Border, ‘Must Have Been That One Person That Never Did Their Part of Assignments’

Representative Andy Biggs of Arizona attacked Vice President Kamala Harris’ leadership on a tweet today. Biggs said, “Given the current state of the border, Kamala must have been that one person in group projects that never did their part of the assignment.”

The Biden administration has received lots of backlash recently over their lack of action on the Southern Border. As we reported yesterday, the administration is pushing plans to grant amnesty to 11 million undocumented foreign agents and to end Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” program, allowing any so-called asylum-seekers to walk on through our border.

Amidst the Southern Border crisis, Joe Biden announced that he is sending the Vice President on a “vaccine tour” across the Midwest and Southern states. Political commentators have relentlessly slammed the administration over this.

On March 24th, President Biden nominated VP Harris to lead the administration’s efforts to address the surge in migrants pouring across the border and straining immigration facilities. Biden said, “This new surge we’re dealing with now started with the last administration, but it’s our responsibility to deal with it humanely and to stop what’s happening. This increase has been consequential, but the vice president’s agreed – among the multiple other things I have her leading and I appreciate it – agreed to lead our diplomatic effort and work with those nations to accept the returnees and enhance migration enforcement at their borders.” Amidst photos of overcrowded migrant facilities being publicized across Twitter, the administration has faced backlash from Democrats as well. In March, Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX) described the migrant facilities as, “terrible [living] conditions for children”. The photos below are from Cuellar.

The Harris team, while seemingly not happy with the Border situation, has not done anything substantial to address it. Following Biden’s appointment of Harris to help with the Border crisis, Harris’ spokesperson characterized the VP’s role as minimal. CNN’s Natasha Bertrand said, “Republicans kind of seized on that confusion, and they made it seem as though Vice President Harris was going to be the new border czar. That she was going to be responsible and be the envoy to the border… her team saw this being mischaracterized by some media outlets and by Republicans and questions swirling about whether she herself was going to visit the border in her new capacity, they were kind of dismayed by this…her role was always going to be focusing on Northern Triangle countries and the root causes of this.”

As multitudes of lawmakers from both the Democratic and Republican Party continue to visit the border, Kamala Harris’ absence will prove to be more and more controversial. President Biden did say that he would visit the border, “at some point.”

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