“I’ve now met with over 150 world leaders – presidents, prime ministers, chancellors, and kings … Many of them… look to us to be a leader on so many of these issues.”
So babbled Kamala Harris during a recent television appearance with legendary journalist Katie Couric.
Couric, a seasoned journalist, made a few rather sly remarks over the course of her interview with Harris, all but exposing the rather hapless approach, at best, to the border.
While Harris may wax on poetically about the various arranged meetings in which she makes a performance, Couric was also sure to draw Harris’s attention to the realities of the disastrous border situation at hand.
“I want to talk to you about immigration, because I think nearly everyone agrees that the system is broken, and that we need comprehensive immigration reform. Early on, I know you were tasked with understanding the root causes of the immigration crisis, but you’re not in charge of the border, which I think is important to point out,” Couric observed.
Indeed, it is. Harris, after all, cannot even be bothered to go to the most dangerous parts of the border, though she was the anointed “Border Czar.”
Under Harris’s so-called leadership, the border crisis has exploded, leading to record high illegal border crossings and further magnifying the grave national security risks that have soared ever since Biden became the principal occupant of the Oval Office.
Thus, Couric was quite clever in noting that it was “important” to point out that Harris is most decidedly not in charge of the border, especially given how out of control it currently is.
On one hand, Couric may have made these remarks to spare Harris the rather obvious embarrassment of having failed to secure the border.
On the other hand, Couric may have made these remarks to point out the rather obviously inept failure of Harris in efforts to secure the border.
The latter seems further supported by Couric’s subsequent remarks, which illuminate how even Democrats have started to side with Republicans over the ailing Biden-Harris debacle.
“Having said that, 14 house Democrats joined Republicans in denouncing the Biden administration’s so-called ‘open door’ policies as ‘a national security and public safety crisis.’ So many big-city mayors across the country are saying this is an untenable situation, and 68 percent of Americans disapprove of the way the Biden administration has handled the border. How do you address that?” Couric pressed.
How, indeed, does Ms. Harris respond?
“There’s no question our immigration system is broken and it needs to be fixed,” Harris babbled, “and as with any problem, leaders will participate – true leaders – in the solution. So I’m going take you back to about three years ago, I think the day after our inauguration, when Joe Biden came in as president and me as vice president. The first bill that we offered was a bill to fix the immigration system.”
Actually, Ms. Harris, one of the first things Biden did was dismantle the construction of the wall that Trump had initiated for national security – the same wall that Biden himself would have to resume, at least in part, later.
Meanwhile, millions of “gotaways” and other illegals have soared across the border, amalgamating the crisis at hand.
In the meantime, comedic relief is in order, and Couric’s skilled schooling of Kamala certainly achieved that.
Author: Ofelia Thornton