Tomi Lahren criticizes ‘border czar’ Kamala Harris for prioritizing daytime television over crises



Vice president Kamala harris was raked over the coals by Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren on the “shoddy” job of supervising the border crisis Thursday on “Final thoughts”.

Harris was commissioned in March to watch the border after a record wave of migrant crossings. More recently, Haitian migrants have overwhelmed Texas first government Greg Abbott To to accuse the Biden administration to be incapable and to ignore the border.

Lahren mocked Harris for scheduling an appearance on “View“while the Haitian migrant situation, along with other proverbial fires, remained ongoing.

“As our country sinks into anarchy, our gas the prices are skyrocketing, our border and our country are not secure and you have been tasked with overseeing a lot of it and no, do you think it is really appropriate to sit on “The View?” ”Lahren asked.

“It is a slap in the face for all Americans who have been left behind by this administration,” she added.

“Plus, as a woman, I personally take offense that history will always count her as the first female vice president – what a waste.”

Harris sit down for a “chatty chat” with Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sara Haines, Sunny Hostin and Ana Navarro on ABC’s “The View” Friday morning. Lahren said that meant the vice president “will not be questioned, confronted or [be] even in the same room as anyone with a drop of conservative blood running through their veins. ”

“To call it a ‘softball interview opportunity’ is an insult to the game of softball,” added Lahren.

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