Kamala Harris Goes to Europe to Egg on War in Ukraine

Vice President Kamala Harris embarked on a courtesy visit to Europe yesterday, even though Russia emerged to step up preparedness for an incursion of Ukraine.

She was undaunted by her inability to handle the continuing border crisis between the United States and Mexico while serving as the Biden administration’s point person on undocumented immigrants.

Harris left the United States to join the Munich Conference today. Meanwhile, Biden stayed in Washington and claimed that Vladimir Putin will begin an attack of Ukraine “over the next few days.”

During the same period that Kamala Harris was flying east to Germany, President Biden was traveling west to Lorain, Ohio, to speak about reducing Great Lakes’ harmful emissions through his cross-party infrastructure law.

Biden’s advisers insisted the trip would not divert his attention away from the possibility of the eruption of the biggest and costliest war since WWII.

The Republican member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Rep. Tim Burchettsaid, said in an interview with Newsmax TV on Wednesday he doubts Russian President Putin is sitting back in the Kremlin right now shaking because Kamala Harris is over there.

More on the Visit

On February 17, 2022, Vice President Kamala Harris will leave for Munich, Germany, to join the Munich Security Conference. This conference will take place amid hostilities between Ukraine and Russia.

Biden appointed Harris in March to combat undocumented immigration all across the southern border. However, with Harris in the driver’s seat, the issue has only worsened.

There were a record-breaking two million arrests in 2021, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Despite criticism of the Biden administration’s enforcement measures, Harris defended her work in Honduras last month.

The vice president claimed that addressing the “basic reasons” of illegal immigration would not have an immediate impact on the situation at the southern border.

Her handling of the US border situation drew criticism from both political parties, notably from Texas Democrat Rep. Henry Cuellar. Cuellar stated in December, “She was assigned with that job; it doesn’t seem that she is very concerned in this.”

The Agenda of the Biden Administration and Democrats

As part of her visit, Harris will meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. She is also going to have meetings with leaders from other Baltic countries.

Republican Representative of Colorado Lauren Boebert shared a video clip of fictitious manager Michael Scott from the television show, “The Office,” in which he can be heard saying, “No.”

This video has been used as a means to symbolize Ukraine’s likely response to Harris representing the United States in Munich. The president of Ukraine, as a matter of fact, has been critical of the way Biden’s government has responded to tensions between Ukraine and Russia.