Vice President Kamala Harris’ vain attempt to relate to the American people by discussing her daily puzzle habit was littered with narcissistic humble brags and, even worse, an unwitting admission to being as much of a national security risk potentially as President Joe Biden.
Pop culture outlet The Ringer learned of Harris’ favorable opinion of The New York Times-owned guessing game Wordle when she brought it up at a Democratic National Committee fundraiser last week. “When I can’t sleep,” the vice president reportedly said, “I’ve been doing Wordle.”
Evidently, this prompted The Ringer to do a full interview on the topic where she admitted to having a little more than a passing interest in the game.
“Wordle, for me, is like a brain cleanser,” Harris said. “So it’s in the middle of very long days, back-to-back meetings on a lot of intense issues. If I have a break, let’s say that people are running late or my little 25 minutes for lunch, sometimes while I’m eating I’ll figure out Wordle.”
While claiming that she didn’t know there were difficulty levels and that evidently, she had been playing on hard mode over the course of her 48-day playing streak, the vice president also claimed she had a 100 percent success rate at solving the daily puzzles that she always begins with the word “notes.”
Whether or not that is true is of no real consequence. However, her explanation as to why she can’t validate her claim may prove deeply concerning.
While discussing the competitive nature of her team to which she said, “what I love about my team is that they don’t tell on each other. But they’re all very competitive because they’re all super smart. And they love games, when you can play and have fun with each other,” Harris was asked if she at least shared her puzzle results with her sister since she did not share them on social media.
The vice president then admitted, “My phone doesn’t let me text anybody, which is sad.”
That’s right. After having yet to visit the U.S.-Mexico border after being placed in charge of the ongoing immigration crisis, but finding time to play puzzles while traveling abroad and feigning secrecy about it stating, “I must have played it when I was in Poland. But we won’t talk about that, right?” Harris admitted that her phone had to be equipped with a feature to limit her ability to transmit information to others.
This wasn’t a slip either. After talking about how playing games together had always been an integral part of her family gatherings and how it is something that has continued with her children, she was asked if they all compete together.
“Well, the thing again is that they do, those who can text, ” Harris explained. “But I can’t text. But Doug and I [compete] because I see him every day so I can tell him.”
Considering the number of gaffes made by the president and vice president during their relatively short tenure at the helm, if the restrictions are not a matter of ineptitude, then one must wonder about the questionable conversations leadership is being restricted from having so that they don’t find themselves part of investigations like those linked to Hunter Biden’s laptop.
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