Footage shows Kamala Harris saying “not today” followed by awkward laughter with reporters when they asked the Vice President “do you plan to visit the border?”
“But I have before, and I’m sure I will again,” she says after recovering from her fit.
Today alone there’s been a wave of activity in the news cycle surrounding the border crisis. Axios managed to publish some inside photos of the migrant facilities at the US/Mexico border with help from Texas Democrat Rep. Henry Cuellar. He didn’t visit the facility himself but he managed to pass along the images. James O’Keefe and Project Veritas did the same, releasing a new video of O’Keefe trying to get inside these buildings. The guards stationed there shooed him away on “private property” grounds. James explains that even human rights lawyers who specialize in migrant related representation are having difficulty getting access as well.
An insider source gave Project Veritas inside photos that show “pods” (cells) of people crowded together and wrapped up in foil blankets.
A big deal amidst an ongoing media “gag order” that restricts reporters from seeing directly inside where migrants coming up from Central America are being housed. Over the weekend we learned this housing is temporary as the Biden administration plans to pay $90 million to house migrants in hotels throughout Texas.
While the National Guard were housed in parking garages back in January, the Biden administration was forced to answer why incoming migrants will get to stay at proper hotels. This comes as concerns of human trafficking are being reported and White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki’s ongoing refusal to acknowledge the Biden border crisis exists.
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