Three busloads of migrants dropped at Kamala Harris’ home on Christmas Eve

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Three busloads of migrants dropped at Kamala Harris’ home on Christmas Eve

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Patrick Reilly

December 25, 2022 1:52am 

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Three busloads of shivering migrants were dumped in front of Vice President Kamala Harris’ Washington D.C. residence on a frigid Christmas Eve, according to multiple reports.

The buses, believed to be from Texas, dropped the asylum seekers off in 18-degree weather in front of the Naval Observatory, where Harris lives, late Saturday, according to 7News and CNN.

The outlets said the migrants were seen wearing only T-shirts or light sweatshirts in the freezing temperatures.

They were given blankets and put on another bus bound for a local church.

Video shared by 7 News DC reporter Christian Flores showed the third bus of migrants draped in blankets being helped by Migrant Solidarity Mutual Aid Network.

A person helping the migrants told Flores that the bus was from Texas.

Three busloads of migrants were reportedly dropped in front of Kamala Harris' D.C. residence.

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