NBC's Chuck Todd asks Vice President Kamala Harris if 'threat from within' is a bigger threat than 9/11
NBC's Chuck Todd asked Vice President Kamala Harris during an interview if the "threat from within" was a greater threat than the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Todd noted that Sunday was the 21st anniversary of the 9/11 attacks and added "not quite 20 years after 9/11 the Capitol came under attack from domestic terrorists." "With the 9/11 anniversary in mind, I sat down with Vice President Harris on Friday at the Johnson space center in Houston. She was there to talk about the space program in general and speak with some astronauts on the International Space Station.
Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, dismissed Vice President Kamala Harris’ assessment that America’s southern border is secure during a weekend appearance on CNN.
CNN host Michael Smerconish spoke with Cuellar about the state of the southern border and played a clip of Harris claiming it was under control.
"The border is secure, but we also have a broken immigration system and in particular over the last four years before we came in and it needs to be fixed," Harris claimed in the clip. "We have a secure border in that that is a priority for any nation, including ours and our administration."
AOC suggests Texas Gov. Abbott should retire after transporting migrants to Washington DC
Far-left Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez suggested Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is not fit for office because he has been bussing illegal migrants to sanctuary cities like D.C.The New York Democrat, who was also the recipient of migrants after Abbott bused some to her state from Texas last month, claimed the ongoing busing of people points to the governor "struggling" to run his own state. And maybe he should consider other employment, she said.
Smerconish appeared to balk at the claim, asking his guest, who is from the area in question, whether the border is actually secure.
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"Congressman, that’s just not true, right?" Smerconish asked. "You’re on the front line. You’ve spent your whole life in Laredo. The border is not secure, is it?"
Cuellar affirmed Smerconish was correct.
"The border is not secure, with all due respect to the VP. This — look, we get thousands of people along the border, from 6,000 to 8,000 people a day. They’re releasing people, and we can send you pictures and videos of what’s happened in Del Rio, the valley, El Paso and other places. People are coming in," he said.
Border sheriffs slam DC mayor, officials for declaring emergency over migrant buses: 'They have seen nothing'
Border sheriffs are hitting Washington D.C. for declaring a public emergency over a surge of migrants that marks just a fraction of the numbers they have faced."They have seen nothing. They are not a border town. They don't know what a border town is," Goliad County, Texas, Sheriff Roy Boyd told Fox News Digital.
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Cuellar followed up by offering devastating numbers.
"We have 1.7 million people that were encountered last year. We’re going to have 2 or maybe 2.2 [million] by the end of this fiscal year in about two more weeks. That’s almost 4 million people," he warned. "That doesn’t even include the getaways. Getaways are the people that border patrol has a good idea that evaded them. So you’re talking about almost 4 plus, maybe 4.4 million individuals in two years."
The congressman then called out Harris assessment, "If you call that ‘secure,’ I don’t know what ‘secure’ is."
Republicans send migrants from Texas to Washington and Martha's Vineyard .
Less than two months before the congress interiors in November, Florida's Republican governor Ron Desantis and his Texan colleague Greg Abbott have aerated aircraft and buses to migrants on the Noble Ferieninsel Martha's Vineyard and to bring to Washington. The US government condemned the actions on Thursday as "cruel" and "inhumane". Using migrants for campaign purposes was a shame, said the spokeswoman for the White House, Karine Jean-Pierre.