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White House Blasts Kamala Harris, She Punches Back. Then Ben Shapiro Completely Destroys Her With One Tweet.

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On Monday, the White House decided to take a few swings at Sen. Kamala Harris who has been very vocal about her disapproval of the Trump administrations immigration policies, even going so far as to say that we need to “start from scratch,” whatever that means.

She recently spoke with MSNBC where she criticized Immigration and Customs Enforcement for the way they are enforcing the law saying, “I think there’s no question that we’ve got to critically re-examine ICE and it’s role and the way that it is being administered and the work it is doing. And we need to probably think about starting from scratch.”

In late June, Harris accused the Trump Administration of “crimes against humanity” for separating the children of illegal immigrants form their parents when their parents were detained for illegally crossing the border, saying, “This is outrageous. This is clearly a crime against humanity that is being committed by the United States government and we have to stop it.”

The White House responded to Harris’ attack on ICE with this tweet:

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Harris couldn’t resist firing back:

This, however, proved to be a fatal mistake. Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro swooped in with a Mortal Kombat like finishing move and left Harris completely annihilated:

That is a burn of epic proportions. In fact, it might be more appropriate to call that a nuclear burn, it was that intense.

Liberals keep making a huge deal out of this whole “separation of families” business, but seem to be avoiding the fact that if these individuals hadn’t broken the law to begin with, then we wouldn’t be having this conversation.

We have immigration laws for a reason. They exist to help protect our resources, our culture, and our citizens. Now, are there ways we could do this better? Of course. However, just because our current system has flaws doesn’t mean the principles its based on aren’t sound.

A nation without borders isn’t really a nation, is it?

Source: The Daily Wire

 

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