Harris Faulkner, the host of The Faulkner Focus and co-host of Outnumbered on Fox News, recently traded places with Rebecca Weber, AMAC’s CEO and host of her own popular Better for America podcast, for a far-ranging interview. Faulkner is a six-time Emmy Award winner known for her candor and inciteful ability to engage with guests she hosts on her programs.
In a recent interview with retired Admiral John Kirby, Press Secretary for the United States Department of Defense, Faulkner had, in her words, “a heated back and forth” about President Biden’s mishandling of the U.S. exit from Afghanistan last August. She pointed out how it was an embarrassingly chaotic retreat, a political disaster, and “an ineffective, ill-planned mission” for President Biden.
From Afghanistan, Faulkner segued to what some call the president’s “open door” policy at the Mexican border. It’s not only about illegal immigrants but also about how the bad guys have been using it to infiltrate the U.S. She said it is about how the drug cartels and China are using Biden’s “come one, come all” greeting at the border to cripple us with deadly drugs such as fentanyl. That drug alone is responsible for the heartbreaking deaths of some 100,000 Americans last year.
Weber also asked Faulkner to speak on the stunning shortage of baby formula in the nation. Faulkner had recently conducted an interview with Congresswoman Kat Cammack [R-FL], in which they discussed the shortage. She pointed out that FEMA has stockpiles of baby formula and asked Cammack, the ranking member of the FEMA Subcommittee on Homeland Security, why they can’t release some of that inventory.
There have been accusations that the Biden administration is readily providing formula to illegal immigrant moms at the border while American parents are desperately searching for dwindling supplies in the rest of the country.
But, according to Faulkner, Cammack told her that she “has been asking the Biden administration why they have spent over $130 million out of the food and emergency temporary housing budget to fly and bus illegals around the United States. Instead of using those funds for Americans, they’ve been paying for plane tickets and bus tickets, and they’ve spent, again, $130 million through NGOs [Non-Government Organizations]. They don’t want to give us the information. They want more money so they can continue this process when Title 42 goes away, which, you know, it’s set to go away in a couple of weeks. So, the Congresswoman said she was shocked to find out that they spent the very money that would help with emergency food funding.”