(SNews) – Democrat Vice President Kamala Harris (remember her?) has just surfaced to blame the “unwillingness to engage” of “Republicans in Congress” for the crisis at the southern border.
Harris, Democrat President Joe Biden’s “border czar,” passed the buck during a new interview with NPR
The VP refused to take responsibility for the mess at the border and instead tried to blame the Republicans.
“And sadly, what we have seen in particular, I am sad to say, from Republicans in Congress is an unwillingness to engage in any meaningful reform that could actually fix a lot of what we are witnessing,” Harris said.
“I think that there is so much that needs to happen to address the issue.
“Reform of our immigration system can only happen through Congress in terms of the passage of an immigration bill that allows for a legal pathway to citizenship and a legal presence in the country,” she said.
Meanwhile, the Biden administration is struggling to explain what the “czar” is doing to solve the border crisis.
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was asked what Harris is doing to tackle the border crisis other than blame the GOP and she came up empty:
“I don’t have anything to lay out specifically on what that work looks like,” Jean-Pierre responded.
WATCH: The White House cannot name a single thing Kamala Harris has done to secure the border.
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Harris said earlier:
“We have a secure border in that that is a priority for any nation, including ours and our administration.
“But there are still a lot of problems that we are trying to fix given the deterioration that happened over the last four years.
“We also have to put into place a law and a plan for a pathway for citizenship for the millions of people who are here and are prepared to do what is legally required to gain citizenship.
“We don’t have that in place because people are playing politics in a state like this and in Congress.
“By the way, you want to talk about bipartisanship on an issue that at one time was a bipartisan issue both in terms of Republican senators and even presidents,” she said.