Judge Jeanine Pirro has fired back at Kamala Harris after the Democrat vice president tried to blame the border crisis on President Donald Trump.
The comments from Harris come despite her being given the role of “border czar” by Democrat President Joe Biden.
However, the VP has done little to solve the crisis which has only spiraled further out of control.
“Look, I don’t know how the woman gets out of bed and faces the world,” Pirro said.
“She is a catastrophe!
“You know, maybe when she says the border is secure, maybe you shouldn’t have to listen to anything after that because you know it’s a lie.
“So it doesn’t matter whether that stops someone from hearing the other things she’s saying because you know right then and there that she’s lying.
“And then she says, ‘I love Joe Biden’
“She said, ‘having been vice president, he knows what the job involves.’
“She’s basically selling herself to you saying because he was vice president, he could be a good president, so I could be a good president, too — but everybody knows Joe’s a disaster and you’re a disaster, too!”
— Jeanine Pirro (@JudgeJeanine) October 11, 2022
“I just think it’s an absolute dereliction of duty,” Harris said of GOP governors sending migrants to sanctuary cities before trying to blame Trump for her failure.
“If you see a problem, and if we agree that we need to address it, then if you’re a leader, participate in a solution, right?
“When we first came in office, the first bill that we proposed was for a pathway for citizenship — was to fix a broken immigration system, which was broken under the previous administration.”
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) also rebuked Harris, reminding her that Biden himself has shipped migrants all around the country.
“When the people that are doing the condemnation didn’t say anything when the president, in the early hours of night, was sending people all over the country by airplane and trying to hide it,” the senator said.
“These Governors aren’t trying to hide it, they’re trying to bring attention to the major problems for their states that the president not enforcing the law is doing to their economy and state budgets.”
“Just think of what that signal sends from Texas, Arizona, and Florida, it’s not ‘just a Texas problem,’ or a ‘border states problem.
“It affects all 50 states because these people are going to end up in all 50 states in large numbers or small numbers,” he said.