Kamala Harris flew to Guatemala yesterday to talk with their officials about the “root causes” of the border crisis in our country.
Harris showed how narcissistic she was by handing out cookies with her face on them to the reporters on the plane. Then, when she landed in Guatemala, she was met by protesters with big signs saying “Trump Won,” and “Go Home.”
Harris and Joe Biden have been trying to put the blame for the massive influx at the border, which resulted in a 21-year monthly high in border detentions in April, on issues in places like Guatemala. She’s trying to place blame everywhere else, except where the blame really lays, with their own words and policies.
Now she is in Guatemala saying that doing things like going to the border to actually see how bad it is in person would just be a “grand gesture.”
A reporter just asked VP Kamala Harris why she and President Biden have refused to visit the Southern border to see the crisis firsthand.
Her response—delivered from a podium in Guatemala—was that going to America’s border would be nothing more than “grand gestures.” pic.twitter.com/ExbUfi5dVv
— Kevin McCarthy (@GOPLeader) June 7, 2021
Instead, she’s going to talk a lot about root causes, because that’s really going to address the crisis right now?
But it turns out no one is really having any of that spin away from the harmful effect of the Biden/Harris policies, including the Guatemalan president, Alejandro Giammattei. Giammattei tags the right people for it – calling Harris out on international TV.
Giammattei explained how the immediate policy changes upon Biden’s inauguration (such as the reversal of Trump’s “Safe Third Country” policy) immediately led to smugglers organizing in Guatemala bring kids illegally to the United States.
Joe Biden is responsible for this border crisis.
— Senator Ted Cruz (@SenTedCruz) June 7, 2021
“The message changed to ‘we’re going to reunite families and we’re going to reunite children. The very next day the coyotes were here organizing groups of children to take them
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