As if a scene out of a movie, footage of the ongoing Southern border crisis went viral when over 15,000 Haitian immigrants were seen camping under a bridge near the border.

With the Biden Administration acting as if the crisis simply doesn’t exist, Texas Governor Greg Abbott has taken matters into his own hands, calling on law enforcement and border patrol to contain the situation. The National Guard has also been called in.


But while Republicans yet again take control and secure America’s borders, MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle asked a question on Monday that many Americans are wondering – where is Vice President Kamala Harris? 

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Although President Biden hasn’t been in office a full year yet, it is common knowledge that when a problem presents itself, he will most likely pawn it off to the person closest to him. When it comes to the Southern border crisis, Harris was the lead to fix the problem, but as mentioned above – she has mysteriously disappeared. 

Wanting to know what most Americans are wondering, Ruhle asked, “How about the message from our vice president? Where is she? She was supposed to be in charge of all of these migration issues, going to those Northern Triangle countries — that’s obviously not Haiti — that was one of her first international trips with the message ‘Do not come here illegally.’ People aren’t listening. What is she saying now?”

Having no new information as to what and where Harris is, NBC News correspondent Julia Ainsley couldn’t answer the question honestly.

Instead, she focused on what Harris did with working with Mexico and how it is now collapsing. “Well, we haven’t heard a lot from the vice president. Of course, you point out she was focused on those Northern Triangle countries. A lot of her work was in Guatemala working with that government. A lot of the diplomacy, which was what the vice president was focused on, was with Mexico. And essentially what we’re seeing now is a breakdown of that work with Mexico.”


This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on September 20, 2021. It originally appeared in and is used by permission.

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