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Kamala Harris seems to be met with protesters wherever she goes.

As we reported, she was met by protesters, when she went to Guatemala, telling her to “Go Home.”

Now, as she visits El Paso, Texas, protesters are out there for her photo op in the area. But I’m thinking that wasn’t the photo op that she wanted. The Hispanic, Trump-supporting group of protesters also gifted her with a new nickname, “Que mala,” which would translate to “how mean,” or “how bad.” A great, short expression of “how bad” she and Joe Biden have been for the border — and for the country in general.

Warning for whistles and graphic language:

VP Harris has arrived. Not the welcome I think she was expecting. “Que-Mala! we don’t want you here!” were some of the chants by this Hispanic/Latino organized group. pic.twitter.com/ZbG8UFozj7

— Informed with Anthony (@InformedAnthony) June 25, 2021

Protestors outside Border Patrol station awaiting VP Kamala Harris. @ArmendarizDis16 @ElAmerican_ pic.twitter.com/mTLLRhTL4V

— Informed with Anthony (@InformedAnthony) June 25, 2021

This is the current scene outside Border Patrol Station in El Paso Texas Where VP Harris will be arriving. Seems both left and right protestors/organizers have finally found the thing that unites them: their dislike of the current administration. More organizers showing up now. pic.twitter.com/GCiH939CWY

— Informed with Anthony (@InformedAnthony) June 25, 2021

Meanwhile, just exactly how many motorcycle cops and police were accompanying Kamala there? Talk about carbon emissions; she’s definitely cornered the market there, with that level of people and gas- pumping vehicles in attendance. This is the administration that claims they care about that evil ‘climate change’?

But the folks at the border know that Kamala is there for the momentary photo op, as Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX) called it the “check the box” visit, so people will stop bothering her about it. They’re not buying it.

Just to be clear how much of a photo op this really is, she’s not even going to the actual physical border in El Paso, even in the less problematic area there — as opposed to the Rio Grande

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