JIMMY FAILLA ON FOX NEWS: I love that they give her pretend jobs. Anybody who has a child has been in this position before where it’s like a busy day around the house, and you need the kids to get out of the way, so you say, ‘Lincoln, can you go get the monsters out of the washing machine?’ They’re doing that with the vice president. ‘Kamala, can you get the monsters out of the fish hatchery?’ It’s like, ‘Oh, hello, everybody. I’m here looking for the monsters.’ It’s a pretend job … and they’re as confused as we are. Who is this random lady? We have a Walmart greeter here now on the dock just waving to us as we come in. It was bizarre.

Anything to get her away from the protesters

The League of Filipino Students and other anti-leadership Filipinos marched to protest the diplomatic visit of Kamala Harris in the Philippines. The Harris visit was to secure five more US military facilities in the Philippines under the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement and many are unhappy with it. This is in line with Biden’s Indo-Pacific Economic Framework or IPEF, which basically means the US is now prioritizing strengthening its economic control over the Indo-Pacific region.

Kamala Harris and Marcos Jr. are set to finalize five new US EDCA bases, in: Pampanga, Nueva Ecija, Cagayan de Oro, Palawan, and Cebu. EDCA means Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement. It is a US-RP military agreement that allows the US to rotate its troops in the Philippines. The US presence in the Philippines is seen to be setting the stage for war in the region. As it is, the US Indo-Pacific Command (INDOPACOM) has been deployed across Southeast Asia in direct contention and in attempt to circle China. Naturally, the Philippines are concerned about ending up in the center of conflict.

The last thing they need is to see Kamala turn up and escalate tensions in the region by doing Joe’s bidding and bribing Marcos Jr. with a hundred-million-dollar military grant to fund the Philippine army, which is unloved in the country for destroying the environment as well as civilian communities, and their livelihoods.