106 Republicans Vote to Defund ‘Incompetent’ Kamala Harris’ Office

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106 Republicans Vote to Defund ‘Incompetent’ Kamala Harris’ Office

106 House Republicans voted to strip the funding from the office of Vice President Kamala Harris on Wednesday.

Republican Rep. Mike Collins of Georgia proposed the amendment to defund the Vice President’s office to the Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Act, a major government funding bill.

“None of the funds made available by this Act may be used for the salary or expenses of any officer or employee of the Office of the Vice President,” read Collins’ amendment.

Unsurprisingly, most Republicans — along with every Democrat — voted against it, tanking the amendment on a 106-322 vote.

Collins said he proposed the amendment because Harris “sucks at securing our border.”

“I’m sure you’ll be shocked, but I just had to debate a Republican on the House floor who was defending funding the Office of the Vice President,” he wrote on X.

“I argued Kamala Harris sucks at securing our border and, therefore, shouldn’t be paid.”

“If my amendment passes, her office will be defunded,” Collins wrote.

Harris has overseen a disastrous invasion of illegal immigrants since she became Vice President.

Her incompetence was made worse as she continued to claim the nation’s southern border was secure.

The amendment Collins proposed said, “None of the funds made available by this Act may be used for the salary or expenses of any officer or employee of the Office of the Vice President.”

Meanwhile, House Republicans approved an amendment to cut ineffectual Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg’s salary to $1.

Even if the amendment passed the House, it would face enate opposition and would never be signed by President Joe Biden.

In September, the insider reported that Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia successfully passed an amendment to a defense spending bill that would cut Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s salary to just $1.

Below are the 106 Republicans who voted for Collins’ amendment:

Below are the 106 Republicans who voted for Collins’ amendment: