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Kamala Harris goes to southern Arizona but skips the border

She probably doesn’t want to see how she’s doing with her role of finding the “root causes” of the crisis.

According to a Fox News report filed before her appearance:

Vice President and border czar Kamala Harris won’t visit the border during her trip to Arizona Thursday.

The vice president will travel to Tonopah, Arizona, which is about 100 miles away from the southern border with Mexico. Harris was given the task of finding the root cause of mass migration and the crossing of hundreds of thousands of migrants, but has visited the border just once since she took office, in 2021.

Instead of stopping at the border, Harris is instead scheduled to attend the groundbreaking of a 125-mile-long transmission line that will transport wind and solar energy through the area. The vice president will be joined by Interior Secretary Deb Haaland, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm and National Climate Adviser Ali Zaidi to tout the Biden administration’s investment in clean energy.

2 thoughts on “Kamala Harris goes to southern Arizona but skips the border”

  1. 125 mile long transmission line. Hmmm.
    Made from fossil fuel components, particularly the insulation.
    Dug into the ground using fossil fueled equipment.
    Material transported to the site by fossil fuel vehicles.
    Construction food trucks fueled by natural gas.
    F150s driven by construction workers fueled by fossil fuel.
    And She is travelling there on a big guzzling jet.

    But its all about the optics, isn’t it?

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