Cackling Kamala quips about the time she asked ‘mommy’ why conservatives are ‘bad’

Vice President Kamala Harris was reminiscing once again about being a sharp little girl while cackling her way through a story about growing up and learning about “ecology.”

The vice president, who is not to be mistaken for a serious person, did not say how old she was in the clip seen below, but Harris refers to her mother as “mommy” while suggesting that even then, she knew conservatives were “bad.”

“I went home one day and I said, ‘Why are conservatives bad, mommy,’ because I thought we were supposed to conserve things,” Harris said, adding with a hearty laugh, “I couldn’t reconcile it. Now I can!”

The remark calls to mind the infamous “fweedom” claim she made during an appearance on NBC’s “The Tonight Show.” That coming while she was in a stroller. At a civil rights march.

When considering the tall tales that emit from the Biden White House, be it President Biden or VP Harris, it’s reasonable to wonder if they’re making it all up. One might expect the president to jump in with a yarn about how he had to rescue young Kamala from the notorious gangster Corn Pop.

If there was an online theme to the vice president’s latest tale, it may center around things that never happened. Or why do politicians have to lie so much?

Here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story from Twitter:


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