The Big Saturday Show hosts on Saturday criticized Vice President Kamala Harris for her mixed messages on immigration following an interview Thursday with Univision reporter Ilia Calderon, where the Vice President said that she had always been a “defender” of illegal immigrants.
“As you know, Ilia, I have worked on this issue for most of my career and have always been an advocate for immigrants, with and without papers,” Harris said.
Harris’ recent comment is contrasted by those she made recently in Guatemala, where she warned potential migrants from Central and South America wishing to come to the United States, telling them “don’t come.”
“I want to stress that the aim of our work is to help the Guatemalans find hope at home, at the same time, I want to be clear with the people of this region who are considering making the dangerous journey to the US-Mexico border – – don’t come, don’t come, ”she said in Guatemala on Monday.
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His warning was criticized by many left-wing Democrats and indicated a change in tone from the comments Harris had made as a presidential candidate and senator.
Fox News contributor Sean Duffy said on Saturday Harris was unable to process or process the border due to the criticism.
“She’s going to run for president, more than likely in four years, maybe eight, and that’s a huge problem for the left wing of the Democratic Party,” he noted. “She needs them to like her. If she tackles the border, she will have a hard time winning the primary. ”
“That’s how she does it, ignore the border to the detriment of the American people,” he added.
Fox Nation’s Abby Hornacek added that it wasn’t just Americans who noticed Harris’s conflicting messages.
“The Guatemalan president even said that,” she noted. “He said the message was confusing for everyone. “
Duffy added that President Biden and Harris do not want to fix the problem at the border.
“Let’s be clear, it’s really easy to resolve and fix at the border. They don’t want to fix it, ”he said.
In addition to her mixed messages, Harris also did not respond when she made her way to the US-Mexico border in a recent round of interviews.
In a separate part of the interview with Calderon, Harris and the Univision reporter ‘s exchange turned heated when the vice president was pressed to get to the border.
It’s not the only time recently that Harris has been in a rush to visit him.
Earlier this week, Harris had an awkward exchange with NBC’s Lester Holt, who also challenged her not to visit the border.
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Fox News senior correspondent Alicia Acuna said on Saturday that Harris’ lack of responses on the timing of his visit was “confusing,” given that the same question continues to be asked of the vice president and will likely continue to be asked. ‘to be asked.
“It’s a stalemate that she continues to lose and it’s not going to go away,” Acuna added.
Fox News’s Adam Shaw contributed to this report.