'SECURE' BORDER CZAR Kamala Harris slammed for evading question about illegal migrants bussed to her home

Over 100 people who were picked up in Eagle Pass, Texas, were sent by Gov Greg Abbott

'SECURE' BORDER CZAR Kamala Harris slammed for evading question about illegal migrants bussed to her home
Vice President Kamala Harris refused to comment on the two migrant buses from Del Rio, Texas, that arrived outside her residence at the Naval Observatory in Washington, DC (Screenshot/The Rubin Report YouTube, Brandon Bell/Getty Images, Kevin Dietsch/Gett
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WASHINGTON, DC: US vice president, Kamala Harris refused to address a question by a reporter regarding two buses loaded with illegal migrants arriving outside her Washington, DC residence.

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On the latest episode of 'The Rubin Report,' Blaze TV’s host Dave Rubin and guests Viva Frei, Libby Emmons, and Sara Gonzales were seen reacting to a video that captured, the US vice president turning and walking away from the media, when a reporter asked her about Republican Texas Gov Greg Abbott busing 101 migrants to her official residence on Thursday.

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Texas Gov Greg Abbott (R) picked approximately 100 migrants from the border town of Eagle Pass and transported them a near the official residence of the vice president at the Naval Observatory in DC last week. The migrants were reportedly heading to a local church to receive further assistance getting to their final destinations. The groups included migrants from Venezuela, Uruguay, Colombia, and Mexico.

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The incident of Harris running away from reporters happened after she addressed the United We Stand Summit hosted in the White House on Thursday, September 15. As the Vice President walked out of the East Room, a reporter approached her and asked her to comment on the recent arrival of migrants near her D.C. residence. But instead of addressing the question, the Vice President decided to give the reporter a look and walk away without uttering a word.

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Kamala Harris walks away from Media (Screenshot from Fox new)
Kamala Harris walks away from media (Screenshot/ Fox news)

She's better when she's not talking," Rubin said in response to the video. "They can't keep up with their own rubbish," Frei commented. "They can't keep up with their own lies. They can't keep up with the falsehoods that people are seeing in real-time ... they don't think two steps ahead in terms of consequences of policies, and I'm saying the political left here. [They want] open borders but they're not migrant towns, so long as it stays in someone else's backyard."

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Migrants from Central and South America load into vans near the residence of US Vice President Kamala Harris after being dropped off on September 15, 2022 in Washington, DC. Texas Governor Greg Abbott dispatched buses carrying migrants from the southern border to Harris' home early Thursday morning.
Migrants from Central and South America load into vans near the residence of US Vice President Kamala Harris after being dropped off on September 15, 2022, in Washington, DC. Texas Governor Greg Abbott dispatched buses carrying migrants from the southern border to Harris' home (Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)

The silence from Harris came days after she claimed that the immigration system was "broken" under the Trump administration and still "needs to be fixed." "I think that there is no question that we have to do what the president and I asked Congress to do, the first request we made: pass a bill to create a pathway to citizenship," Harris said. "The border is secure, but we also have a broken immigration system, in particular, over the last four years before we came in, and it needs to be fixed,” the vice president said during an interview that aired on Sunday, September 11 during the 21st anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

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Not just to Washington, DC, Texas Governor Abbot has sent a dozen buses loaded with the migrant to several states including New York City and Chicago. Abbott argues that border towns in Texas are overwhelmed and those in power in DC and NYC should face the realities of the border crisis.

As per the experts’ claims, the migrants’ encounters on the US borders are expected to exceed 2 million in fiscal 2022, which ends Sept 30. The critics have blamed Biden's policies and his more welcoming rhetoric for the increasing US border crisis.

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