Thanksgiving marks five months since Vice President Kamala Harris has publicly visited the southern border.
Harris, the Biden administration’s lead on “stemming the migration to our southern border,” was last seen at the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) processing facility in El Paso, Texas, on June 25.
When Biden tapped Harris to handle the border crisis on March 24, he said: “I’ve asked her, the VP, today—because she’s the most qualified person to do it—to lead our efforts with Mexico and the Northern Triangle and the countries that help—are going to need help in stemming the movement of so many folks, stemming the migration to our southern border.”
The focus of his speech centered on the vice president’s role in addressing “root causes” through overseeing policy. However, Harris has been under fire from lawmakers like Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) and conservative commentators…