Kamala Harris has been a flop as vice president.
Even her supposed strength, her ability to give a speech and debate issues, turned out to be a mirage.
She can’t even get through friendly interviews without embarrassing the country.
And now, a skeleton has crawled from the VP’s closet to add further embarrassment to Democrat President Joe Biden, who named Harris his so-called “border czar.”
A video from 2018 has surfaced of Harris trashing President Donald Trump for sending troops to the southern border.
The video emerged as Biden agreed to deploy troops to the border to deal with the migrant surge as the president ends Trump’s successful Title 42 policy.
In the video, Harris trashes Trump for sending troops to the border, calling the move “inappropriate and a demonstration for the cameras.”
“I also believe that the administration made a decision to deploy them based on a political agenda and I believe that it is inappropriate to require the limited resources of the United States military to be used in such a way,” she said.
“When it was, you know, these folks who are being deployed there, they’re gonna leave, they’ve left their families, they will not be home, it looks like, for Thanksgiving.
“And all because there needed to be some demonstration for the TV cameras based on a political agenda instead of what is a national security threat.”
JUST IN: Video emerges of Kamala Harris attacking Trump in 2018 for SENDING TROOPS to the border..
Calling the idea ‘INAPPROPRIATE’ and a ‘demonstration for TV cameras’.. pic.twitter.com/DwK9Io0bAd
— Chuck Callesto (@ChuckCallesto) May 3, 2023
Flashback to 2018, when Kamala Harris called deploying troops to the border “inappropriate,” “political,” and a “demonstration for TV cameras” pic.twitter.com/gnRjvxrlKe
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) May 2, 2023
Harris needed worry, however, as America’s corporate media is already giving Biden a free pass for the same move they tirelessly trashed Trump for.
An administration official confirmed the troop movement saying: “At the request of DHS, DOD will provide a temporary increase of an additional 1,500 military personnel, for 90 days, to supplement CBP efforts at the border.
“These 1,500 military personnel will fill critical capability gaps, such as ground-based detection and monitoring, data entry, and warehouse support, until CBP can address these needs through contracted support.
“They will not be doing any law enforcement work.”
Pentagon spokesman Brig. Gen. Pat Ryder confirmed that Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin had approved the deployment.
“Military personnel will not directly participate in law enforcement activities,” he said.
“This deployment to the border is consistent with other forms of military support to DHS over many years.”
DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said of Title 42 expiring next week:
“We do expect that encounters at our southern border will increase as smugglers are seeking to take advantage of this change and already are hard at work spreading disinformation that the border will be open after that.
“High encounters will place a strain on our entire system, including our dedicated and heroic workforce and our communities.
“Let me be clear: Our border is not open and will not be open after May 11.”