Instead Of Fixing The Southern Border, Kamala Harris Flies To Paris To Discuss “Cyber Security And Space”

After the hurt feelings of the submarine deal that the United States made with Australia and the United Kingdom, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are desperately trying to give more attention to France. The tensions started after the U.S. military withdrew from Afghanistan and left other countries stranded and needed assistance as they rushed their withdrawal with little to no help from the U.S.  

Harris went to Paris, France, to work with them on cyber security and space exploration. The U.S. should never suck up to anyone for any reason, but the fact that Biden forgot about France tells you just how much his administration has it together.  

Why is it that Harris can fly to France to talk about cyber security and space but neglects the southern border? That’s where the real problem is. Hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens cross every month, and she has made no effort to address the issue.

The White House fact sheet says it all.

So, climate change and space go together? Whatever plans the Biden administration and France have in the works, it’s not about climate change. The U.S. can’t outsource energy and claim to be more carbon neutral. That’s not how it works. The climate impact has to come from all means of production, even if it’s outside of the country. The choice to stop oil production in the U.S. was a choice that will harm the world as oil is produced in the middle east and Russia at significant rates that contribute much more to pollution and emissions than it would have to pump oil inside of the U.S.  

This impact will have a larger effect as Canada puts a cap on oil and gas sector emissions. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said, “We’ll cap oil and gas sector emissions today and ensure they decrease tomorrow at a pace and scale needed to reach net-zero by 2050” at the COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow, Scotland, where thousands of world leaders and constituents flew in on airplanes causing a significant jump in emissions. It’s all about the facts here, folks.

It’s so interesting that the U.S. is so concerned about the cyber threats but has little concern about the physical threats growing inside the U.S. Sure, cyber security can be a major topic, but not until the physical danger at the southern border is dealt with. Nobody cares about cyber security when there are stories in Florida of an illegal alien who stabbed someone to death after being apprehended at the border. It shows you exactly where the Biden administration puts its concern. They’re less concerned about citizens and more concerned with mending the relationship with France that they destroyed in the first place.