Kamala Harris escaped to Southeast Asia during the withdrawal from Afghanistan in a move to dodge the disaster. How convenient. Her absence didn’t go unnoticed. Even Meghan McCain ripped into Harris (see below) for her lack of involvement in the important withdrawal. It doesn’t end there. Harris was supposed to campaign in California for Governor Gavin Newsom but canceled her trip at the last minute.
It seems she’s trying her best to dodge the Afghanistan failure.
She was asked to take a photo with a group and was asked questions about the withdrawal. What did she do? When a reporter asked her if Americans are “safer” after Biden’s botched the withdrawal, Harris walked away, laughing. She ignored all questions.
Harris played hardball with women trying to leave Afghanistan by saying, we will do what we can do to get them out. Lara Trump called Harris out on her hypocrisy.
While there is chaos and death in Afghanistan, VP Kamala Harris has been missing and not focusing on the terrible situation. She made a trip to Southeast Asia trying to dodge the trouble back in DC for Biden.
During her trip to Vietnam, she visited the spot where Senator John McCain was captured. She brought flowers and gushed over McCain.
Photo below of Harris kneeling before the place where McCain was captured in Vietnam.
Associated Press Photo
Well, John McCain’s daughter wasn’t happy with this tribute and called out Harris for not focusing on the trouble in Afghanistan:
“If you want to honor my dad’s legacy on this anniversary of his death…you would spend every second making sure every single American and Afghan ally is out of harm’s way. He was nothing if not someone who understood sacrifice and loyalty to the people he served with.”
If you want to honor my dads legacy on this anniversary of his death – you would spend every second making sure every single American and Afghan ally is out of harms way.
He was nothing if not someone who understood sacrifice and loyalty to the people he served with.
— Meghan McCain (@MeghanMcCain) August 25, 2021