American News Jun 25, 2021 11:00 PM EST

People of all political stripes show up at El Paso to protest Kamala's handling of the border crisis

Both pro-Trump and pro-immigration protestors showed up in El Paso TX to protest against VP Kamala Harris's handling of the ongoing crisis situation at the US border.

People of all political stripes show up at El Paso to protest Kamala's handling of the border crisis
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Both pro-Trump and pro-immigration protestors showed up in El Paso TX to protest against VP Kamala Harris's handling of the ongoing crisis situation at the US border.

Protestors gathered along the route Kamala took from the airport, carrying signs with slogans such as "Que Mala", which is a play on Kamala's name and means "what a bad person" in Spanish.

Other signs read "Kamala, do you hear their screams?" referring to the child migrants. Others yet showed their support for ex-President Donald Trump.

One sign said "Latinos, somos Republicanos", or in English "Latinos, we are Republicans."

Perhaps the strongest-worded sign on display read:

Another woman carried a sign saying "'Que mala' Harris, for human trafficking." She spoke to the camera:

"I'm here to say: Kamala, you came a little too late."

"We have had this crisis for years. We need solutions. We don’t need you parading in the Border Patrol station, or acting like you care. Americans matter. America matters. God bless you America."

Kamala, after this planned stop in El Paso TX, will not be visiting the epicenters of the crisis at McAllen TX or other Rio Grande Valley crossing points. She will continue to Los Angeles on other government business.

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