Vice President Kamala Harris will travel down south next week, but not to the U.S. southern border where 180,000 illegal immigrants were apprehended in May.
Harris has avoided going to the border for more than two months since President Joe Biden put her in charge of handling the crisis there, and her trip next week will be more of the same.
Instead, Harris will be taking a “vaccine tour” to South Carolina and Georgia part of the White House’s National Month of Action on vaccines.
She’s trying to further the Biden administration’s goal of getting at least one dose of a COVID vaccine into 70% of U.S. adults by July 4.
Meanwhile, the border crisis continues with no effort by Harris or anyone in the Biden administration to stop more than two million illegal immigrants from entering the country this year, if the trend continues.
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