Vice President Kamala Harris, who was tasked with combatting the crisis along the southern border, decided it was a good idea to skip her meeting in Mexico on “how to fight back against drug cartels,” and decided instead to visit a bakery in New Jersey.
“Border Czar Harris Skipped Mexico Meeting On Cartels To Go To Bakery In New Jersey,” Fox News reported.
Border czar Kamala Harris SKIPPED a meeting in Mexico on "how to fight back against drug cartels," and instead visited a bakery in New Jersey. pic.twitter.com/UL0SoS6RLP
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Back in March, Harris was chosen to be the leader within the Biden administration to combat the rising flow of illegal immigrants into the United States. She has completely failed with this task.
“When she speaks, she speaks for me,” Biden said at the time. “Doesn’t have to check with me. She knows what she’s doing, and I hope we can move this along.”
The New York Post reports on Harris’ visit to the bakery:
The visit came as the Washington Examiner reported that US officials are tracking roughly 20,000 Haitian migrants who have gathered in Colombia and are believed to be preparing to dash for the border.
Even in New Jersey, Harris couldn’t escape the immigration issue entirely.
Approximately 30 illegal immigrants and students demonstrated outside the child care center Harris visited in Little Falls, where she pushed the massive social spending bill backed by the White House and left-wing Democrats, NJ.com reported.
The protesters called for the VP to support a path to citizenship in the proposed legislation. A pair of attempts by Senate Democrats to add such language have been rejected by the chamber’s parliamentarian.
“As an essential health care worker during the pandemic, I put my life at risk every day to help keep a health clinic open,” protest organizer Mariana Velasquez told the outlet. “But I fear being separated from my children. New Jersey is my home.”
After leaving the child care center, Harris toured a COVID-19 vaccination site at Essex County College before stopping at Tonnie’s Minis bake shop at the suggestion of Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), a former mayor of Newark.