Progressives saw Kamala Harris as a unique champion. Lately, they’re disappointed.
USA Today says When Fernando García met with Vice President Kamala Harris in June to discuss the humanitarian crisis at the southern border, he left hopeful she could deliver major immigration policy reforms.
Months later, his optimism has evaporated.
“I think we’re in a moment where there’s great despair, anguish and disappointment by a number of things that have happened lately,” García, executive director of the Border Network for Human Rights, told USA TODAY.
García’s concerns, raised after a summer of distress on the border, are shared by advocates for a number of high-profile issues facing the White House and within Harris’s purview, including immigration reform, voting rights and access to abortion.
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