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It seems that no matter how hard she tries, almost everything Vice President Kamala Harris does inevitably blows up in her face.
On Friday, with her fake NASA promo still on the public’s mind, she tried promoting President Joe Biden’s widely panned, exorbitant “Build Back Better” plan to a crowd at a YMCA in the Bronx. But like her other recent efforts, this too fell by the wayside.
At some point during her New York speech, a man who from the sounds of it was a far-left activist who’s pro-China began loudly ranting at her about the floods last month from Hurricane Ida that had devastated the area.
While it’s difficult to understand his every word, it sounds as if he said that the deaths that resulted from the floods “could have been prevented if we had the right infrastructure.”
From the look on the vice president’s face, she was caught off guard by the heckler:
Instead of shutting down the heckler like, say, former President Donald Trump would have done, Harris humored him.
“You are right, brother,” she said to the man.
“I am right!” the man shouted back.
“I know you are,” Harris replied.
Before she could speak another word, the now-empowered man continued his rant by asking why the United States government isn’t working with the Chinese Communist Party.
“Why aren’t we working with the Chinese on their Belt and Road Initiative?” he asked.
Perhaps because the BRI is a competing infrastructure project designed to enhance the CCP’s power, influence and control?
Some of China’s “Belt and Road Initiative” programs in poor developing countries appear contrived to imprison already impoverished states into realms of permanent economic vassalage to Communist China. https://t.co/296eeK18fH
— Gatestone Institute (@GatestoneInst) August 28, 2020
This time, Harris finally stood up for herself.
“OK, you know what? You and I will talk after I give my comments. And I’m happy to talk with you. But right now, let’s talk about the agenda that will include speaking to all people and allowing everybody to be heard,” she said.
As she spoke, security guards grabbed the man and began removing him from the venue. It’s unclear whether the vice president ever actually spoke with him afterward.
@VP you are right “Brutha” Wow. So did you ever talk to him???
— mar (@mar90089412) October 22, 2021
This wasn’t the only notable incident from the speech.
At one point, the vice president unveiled her apparent motto …
“I have a motto: I drink … I eat and drink no for breakfast. Don’t hear it!” she said before bursting into her notorious cackle.
While the context is unclear, it’s assumed she’d been speaking about Sens. Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema’s continued opposition to the president’s agenda.
Be that as it may, she and the president have no other option but to accept “no,” because, without Manchin and Sinema’s vote, their agenda isn’t making it through Congress.
That being said, the motto itself drew widespread mockery.
She drinking drinking?
— marc sommerhalter (@msommer35) October 22, 2021
Kamala calls booze “no”?
— abacus (@funEbone2u) October 23, 2021
I was thinking she ate and drink something else for breakfast
— Kevin Boyd 🇺🇸 (@TheKevinBoyd) October 23, 2021
As eloquent as Joe
— Daniel (@CypherdC) October 22, 2021
Oddly enough, this is also Willie Brown’s motto.
— Gwenbors (@Gwenbors1) October 22, 2021
— Red Dot in a Blue Dot in a Red State (@reddotinaustin) October 22, 2021
It wasn’t her first time using the motto. She said something similar during an MSNBC interview in May while speaking about women in the workforce.
“I eat no for breakfast. So have I been told many times during my career things from ‘you are too young, it’s not your turn, they are not ready for you, no one like you has done it before.’ I have heard all of those things many times over the course of my career, but I didn’t listen,” she said.
Indeed, it’s been suggested that she was so desperate for political power that she had an affair with then-San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown in the 1990s. During the affair, Brown reportedly rewarded her with two lucrative appointments within the city government.
Brown admitted the affair in an op-ed published in the San Francisco Chronicle after Harris announced her candidacy for president in 2019.
“Yes, we dated. It was more than 20 years ago. Yes, I may have influenced her career by appointing her to two state commissions when I was Assembly speaker. And I certainly helped with her first race for district attorney in San Francisco,” he wrote.
He then accused Harris of having threatened him with indictment after she rose to the top and became the city’s district attorney:
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) January 28, 2019
Returning to the present, the vice president is also facing mockery over her “acting skills,” or rather the lack thereof, as demonstrated by her grandiose hand gestures and rhetoric.
Case in point:
Kamala can afford child actors, but apparently can’t afford her own acting classes… 🥴 pic.twitter.com/ttolPrugyD
— Danny De Urbina (@dannydeurbina) October 22, 2021
Harris was recently exposed for hiring five teenagers to record what is now considered by many to be a fake NASA promo.
She’d already faced criticism even before she was exposed, with critics again mocking her over her grandiose hand gestures and rhetoric.
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