In the latest effort to show Sen. Kamala Harris has a fun side, behold – a dancing 2020 contender.
The California Democrat, who announced Monday that she would run for president in 2020, was seen dancing to music by rapper Cardi B in a video posted on Tuesday.
Lily Adams, the senator’s communications director, shared the on Twitter with the caption, “When we get tired of speech prep there’s only one thing to do…”.
When we get tired of speech prep there’s only one thing to do… pic.twitter.com/i7DoT8EwKO
— Lily Adams (@adamslily) January 23, 2019
The choice of music naturally endeared her to her liberal supporters as rapper Cardi B recently slammed President Donald Trump and his “racist redneck” supporters over funding the border wall.
“Our country is in a hell hole right now all for a f—ing wall and we really need to take this serious,” she said in a video she posted on social media. A comment from conservative Fox Nation host and commentator Tomi Lahren sparked a battle of words between the two women and even got Democratic socialist Rep. Alexander Ocasio-Cortez to jump in to defend her homegirl from the Bronx.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) January 20, 2019
The video of Harris dancing it up on Twitter got gushing responses from the left.
A president for the culture! #Kamala2020
— Kamala Harris For President #ForThePeople ✊??? (@flywithkamala) January 23, 2019
My next President! ❤️❤️❤️
— Justin Horvath (@justin_horvath) January 23, 2019
Omg!!!!! Love it ??
— Coleman McGowan (@ColemanMcGowan_) January 23, 2019
Many seemed transfixed with the issue of a password that was visible on the white board in the office.
In posting a video of Kamala Harris looking human and dancing to pop music, her team accidently revealed their wifi network and part of their password, a truly dumb cybersecurity mistake.
The parallels to Clinton’s campaign are already glaring, and Kamala barely just announced. https://t.co/LNekWi7XI5
— Sean Wince ? (@SeanWince) January 23, 2019
Please change your wifi password and learn some basic security measures.
— Rakesh (@densaer) January 23, 2019
I don’t ask for much, but really, after 2016 being so much about failures in cybersecurity, can canidiates please not tweet videos that include passwords on a whiteboard.
— Pwn All The Things (@pwnallthethings) January 23, 2019
??♀️??♀️These dancing videos still doesn’t earn the #AmericanDOS vote. Also, join us into the year 2019 where cyber security is more than putting a password on a dri-erase board. @MONTYOG @BreakingBrown @tonetalks @IramiOF
— Shaina McGahee ✊???✊? (@smac0905) January 23, 2019
Other Twitter users saw the posted video as a stunt by someone “trying too hard.”
Kamala Harris has made 3 videos of herself dancing since AOC’s went viral, making Harris look increasingly desperate, old, out of touch and irrelevant.
— Omar Navarro for Congress Campaign (@PressGop) January 21, 2019
This silly BS is just trying too hard. Maybe make a speech on her actual policy positions.
— Inotherwords (@7bestoftimes) January 23, 2019
2020 motto: whatever AOC said
— Russian Bot Ben? ?️ (@JefferyRadisson) January 23, 2019
She’s trying to humanize herself but is falling flat. She can’t fake her way out of her arrogant, nasty, brash self. Middle America will hate her.
— CAPatriot (@KathleenGueva15) January 21, 2019
Will I support Kamala Harris
-Does not support the Green New Deal
-Meets Wall St & AIPAC
-Didn’t prosecute Steve Mnuchin & took his $
-Still takes corporate/lobbyist $ so NOT a progressive
-Ruined people’s lives as a prosecutor
What a tough choice
— Jan Itor ? (@scrubsfan10) January 23, 2019
Make the world cringe?
— ?? BuildingTrumpmore⚒️ (@k_ovfefe) January 23, 2019
— Mark Kalafatas (@MarkKalafatas) January 23, 2019
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