Texas governor sends busloads of immigrants to Vice President Kamala Harris’ home

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (inset) sent two busloads of migrants to drop off outside Vice President Kamala Harris' residence

Texas Governor Greg Abbott (inset) sent two busloads of migrants to drop off outside the residence of Vice President Kamala Harris (Image: Getty Images)

Border issues in the US became more personal as the Republican governor of Texas sent two busloads of migrants to be dropped off outside the home of Vice President Kamala Harris.

More than 100 migrants arrived at the United States Naval Observatory in Washington, DC, early Thursday, Governor Greg Abbott announced.

The migrants from Colombia, Cuba, Guyana, Nicaragua, Panama and Venezuela stayed four days after Democrat Harris visited Houston and called the U.S. border with Mexico “secure.”

“Our supposed Border Czar, Vice President Kamala Harris, has yet to visit the border to see firsthand the impact of the open border policies she helped implement, even going so far as to claim the border is ‘secure Abbott said. .

Two busloads of migrants from Central and South America arrive outside Vice President Kamala Harris' residence at the Naval Observatory in Washington, DC

Two busloads of migrants from Central and South America arrived outside Vice President Kamala Harris’ residence at the Naval Observatory in Washington, DC (Image: EPA)

“Texas will continue to send immigrants to sanctuary cities like Washington, D.C., until President (Joe) Biden and Border Czar Harris do their job to secure the border.”

Abbott added that “the Biden-Harris administration continues to ignore and deny the historic crisis on our southern border that has endangered and overwhelmed Texas communities for nearly two years.”

The women, children and men who fell near the Harris residence did not know what was happening, according to Tatiana Laborde, executive director of the humanitarian nonprofit SAMU First Response.

Vice President Kamala Harris ignored questions from reporters about the immigrants she left near her home after speaking at the United Against Hate Summit at the White House.

Vice President Kamala Harris ignored questions from reporters about immigrants being dropped off near her home after speaking at the United Against Hate Summit at the White House (Image: CNP)

“They knew they were on a bus in Texas and they knew the organizations were coming here to receive them — as we did, in partnership with other local organizations, from day one,” Laborde told NBC 4. “But they didn’t expect stay in this residential area for an even stronger political statement.’

Thousands of migrants, many of them asylum seekers, have been bussed from Texas and Arizona to the nation’s capital since April.

Harris on Thursday ignored questions from reporters about the immigrants who said they had an easy passage into the US. After delivering a speech at the United Against Hate Summit at the White House, Harris went to another meeting at Blair House without answering reporters.

Immigrants from Central and South America wait near the residence of Vice President Kamala Harris after being withdrawn

Migrants from Central and South America wait near Vice President Kamala Harris’ residence after being turned away (Image: Getty Images)

On NBC’s Meet the Press on Sunday, Harris blamed existing issues in the country’s immigration system for the state of the border, rather than the administration’s handling of the issue.

“The border is secure, but we also have a broken immigration system – especially the last four years before we came in – and it needs to be fixed,” he said.

“We have secure borders, as that is a priority for every nation, including ours and our administration, but there are still many problems that we are trying to fix.”

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