Maybe the border isn’t as secure as she said it was.
Two buses carrying migrants from the southern border arrived in Washinton D.C. Thursday morning —but this time, they dropped off right in front of Vice President Kamala Harris’ D.C. residence.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott sent them special delivery.
From Fox News:
Between 75 and 100 people who were picked up in Eagle Pass, Texas, were sent by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott. The group includes migrants from Venezuela, Uruguay, Colombia and Mexico. Multiple migrants, asked by Fox News Digital, said they think the border is open, contrary to what Harris said Sunday during an interview.
A representative from a non-governmental organization called Sanctuary DMV showed up and told the migrants they would be going to a local church.
Marla Bustillos of Sanctuary DMV told Fox News Digital they were “at Union Station since 6 in the morning waiting” and “just heard 20 minutes ago that the drop-off was this one.”
“We’ve already set up a church and a location — a safe location for them to tell us where they need to go next, where they have relatives,” she continued.
The latest bus arrivals come just days after Vice President Harris told Chuck Todd on Meet The Press that the border was “secure.”
“We have a secure border in that that is a priority for any nation, including ours and our administration,” Harris said, attempting to blame the border crisis on former President Donald Trump. “But there are still a lot of problems that we are trying to fix. Given the deterioration that happened over the last four years.”
An estimated 2 million migrant encounters will be logged this year.
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