Lauren Boebert Describes Kamala Harris’ Labeling ‘Democracy’ and ‘The Climate Crisis’ as the Biggest National Security Threats as ‘Vague and Intangible’ Problems

In an interview on CBS’ “Face the Nation” Kamala Harris labeled “Democracy” and “The Climate Crisis” as the biggest national security threats.

U.S. House Rep Lauren Boebert (R-CO) was clearly unimpressed by the what are essentially Democrat talking points from Harris and described the threats as “vague and intangible” problems in a tweet.

Boebert explained, “So Kamala labels ‘democracy’ and ‘climate change’ as the biggest national security threats.”

“All of Democrats’ favorite ‘threats’ are all vague and intangible problems where clear-cut solutions can never be provided, therefore the ‘crisis’ never ends,” Boebert declared.

During the interview, host Margaret Brennan asked Harris, “What do you see is the biggest national security challenge confronting the U.S.?”

“What is the thing that worries you and keeps you up at night?” Brennan added, expecting a serious answer.

Harris, however, responded, “Frankly, one of them is our democracy. And that I can talk about because that’s not classified… there is, I think, no question in the minds of people who are foreign policy experts that the year 2021 is not the year 2020.

“You know, I think there’s so much about foreign and domestic policy that, for example, was guided and prioritized based on Sept. 11, 2001,” Harris continued, oddly suggesting that perhaps that was a mistake.

Then Harris claimed, “We are embarking on a new era where the threats to our nation take many forms, including the threat of autocracies taking over and having outsized influence around the world and so I go back to our point about the need to fight for the integrity of our democracy.”

“In addition, it is obviously about what we need to do in the climate crisis,” Harris added, trying to make sure to give the progressive wing of her party a nod.

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