VP Kamala Harris Received In El Paso Texas By Protesters – Protesters Hold Brutal Signs That Call Out The ‘Border Czar’

Harris was received harshly by protesters when she landed in El Paso to visit the southern border, according to The Western Journal.

Several signs read, “Que Mala Hates Mexicans” or “Que Mala Harris for Human Trafficking.”

“I’m here to say, ‘Kamala, you came a little too late.’ We have had this crisis for years. We need solutions, we don’t need you parading in the Border Patrol station or acting like you care,” Armendariz-Jackson stated.

“Americans matter. America matters. God bless you, America.”

“Vice President Harris is ignoring the real problem areas along our southern border that are not protected by the border wall and are being overrun by the federal government’s ill-thought-out open border policies,” TX Gov. Greg Abbott stated.

“She will fail in her mission if she refuses to speak to residents of the Del Rio sector whose homes and ranches are being overrun by gangs and smugglers.”

“The Vice President was named Border Czar over 90 days ago, and in that time Texans have had their homes broken into, property damaged, and guns pointed at their heads as cartels, smugglers, and human traffickers profit off the Biden Administration’s reckless open-border policies.”

From The Western Journal:

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Former Republican congressional candidate Irene Armendariz-Jackson was holding one of the signs and told Spanish-language news outlet El American her thoughts on Harris’ trip.

Harris’ trip to the border has no value this late in the game. It’s nothing but political fodder.

All that we’ll truly get out of the visit is a few photos of her pretending to help.

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