Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren took stock of Joe Biden’s presidency thus far as well as Kamala Harris’ vice presidency during a Tuesday segment with host Harris Faulkner in which she ripped both for not getting much done.
During an “Outnumbered” segment on Tuesday, Faulker and Lahren discussed the myriad of issues the Biden administration has failed to combat, ranging from the border crisis to the pandemic.
Here is a partial transcript of the segment:
FAULKNER: “Vice President Kamala Harris saying that they didn’t know that there were going to be variants. Well, that’s just ridiculous. Everything has a variant. Everything’s got mutation. The flu, everything. Look at evolution. Technically we are mutations. According to the recent ABC News poll 63 percent disapprove of the president’s handling of immigration, 57 percent disapprove of the president’s handling the economic recovery, 61 percent disapprove of the president’s handling of crime. 69 percent disapprove pf the president’s handling of inflation. Not a winner among them for him. Where to even start, Tomi Lahren?”
LAHREN: “Well, I think it’s interesting that you said his handling of blank. He hasn’t handled anything. That is part of the problem. His vice-president and never been the actual border czar, Kamala Harris hasn’t handled anything. They’ve set back, they’ve tweeted things, they’ve discussed what they were going to do, they discuss social media things hashtags and activism and equal rights and all this fluffy garbage that isn’t helping average Americans. But when they go to the grocery store, when they look at the influx of people coming in through the borders, especially in those border cities and states, people are seeing it.
When they’re looking around and they are telling themselves, you know what — and their families — may be we should not wear a watch to go shop at the century city mall because that might be a little bit dangerous for us. That’s when you’re going to start to see a turn. And you’re going to see it even in these blue states. All the people are starting to realize that things are not going well.
You can shield those people on the coast from these things for some time because they live in gated communities or they have resources. But once you start impacting their lives along with everybody else’s, that’s when you are in real trouble. So maybe this administration in 2022 should start handling even one of the things on those lists.”