Epically incompetent Vice President Kamala Harris visited Arizona on Thursday to attend a groundbreaking ceremony for an energy infrastructure project, where she defended her decision not to visit the southern border.
Kamala was in Tonopah, Arizona, nearly 100 miles from the Mexican border, for the groundbreaking ceremony of a 125-mile-long transmission line that will deliver wind and solar energy to homes and businesses around the area.
“I am here to talk about what we are doing around bringing down the cost to American families and creating jobs,” Harris told local news station KPHO, when asked why she did not plan a border visit. “Let me say on the border that it is one of our highest priorities to continue to work on making sure that the border is secure and that we also do what is necessary to have a fair and humane system.
“Frankly, Congress needs to act,” Harris continued. “We’ve put an historic number of agents on the border. We have upgraded and are in the process of upgrading technology. But Congress needs to act.”
Despite being tasked with fixing the border crisis by President Biden, Cackling Kamala has visited the southern border only once since taking office.
“I visited the border. I will not on this trip, but I have, and I will again,” Harris told KPHO. She didn’t give a time frame.