Kamala on Border Crisis: ‘We Can’t Just Flip a Switch’

Kamala Harris

(TheRedAlertNews.com) – With a statement that political observers say will do nothing to ease the concerns of Americans who believe illegal immigration is out of control in the United States of America, Vice President Kamala Harris stated, that she “can’t just flip a switch and make it better.”

Specifically, when asked by George Stephanopoulos of ABC News about what she’s doing as the Biden administration point person to address the enormous illegal immigration crisis on the southern border of the United States, Vice President Harris stated:

Well, it’s not going to be overnight. We can’t just flip a switch and make it better. The reality is that we inherited a system, an immigration system, that was deeply broken, and it’s requiring us to actually put it back together in terms of creating a fair process that is effective and efficient. But, on the root causes piece, what we are looking at is that, you know frankly, people don’t want to leave home, George.”

In response, several immigration experts and political analysts pointed to the first portion of Harris’ statement about not being able to fix the immigration crisis overnight. They noted that Biden and Harris have been in office for almost a year – 25 percent of their term – and that not only has the crisis not been remedied, but it’s also growing.

The experts also noted that Harris blames former President Donald J. Trump for the immigration crisis instead of accepting responsibility for not fixing the problem.

You can watch the video of Harris responding to a question regarding her work to stop illegal immigration below, along with another clip where Harris says she is not being misused or underused by Biden.

Watch the video below and then share your opinion about Vice President Kamala Harris’ remarks that she can’t just flip a switch to fix the illegal immigration crisis that is severely impacting the United States. Do you agree or disagree with her remark?

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