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I cannot fully express what an embarrassment Kamala Harris is: to women, to Black achievement, and to anyone who has worked hard in life to garner a reputation for excellence, integrity, and consistency. Harris is like a bad odor that everyone tries to pretend doesn’t exist, while everyone smiles through gritted teeth and fans the air.

As my colleague Nick Arama so aptly stated:

One of the reasons that Kamala Harris is such a horrible politician is that she can never give a straight answer.

She’s worse than even Joe Biden on this. Biden gets mad and incoherent but at least sometimes tries to answer a question.

But they both think that you have no right to even ask the questions. Harris doesn’t think you should be asking why she isn’t doing her job.

Harris also has that Hillary Clinton cackle thing going on whenever she’s asked something she doesn’t want to answer.

Even her cackle had to be borrowed from someone else. The mark of a poll-tested, manufactured entity is the absence of authenticity, and Harris is devoid of it.

However, the stench of her vacuity was overwhelming in an NBC interview with Lester Holt. Surprisingly, Holt did not allow Harris to dodge and cackle, but gently pressed his point.


HARRIS: “We’ve been to the border. So this whole thing about the border.”
Harris: “We’ve been to the border.”
Harris: “We’ve been to the border.”
HOLT: “You haven’t been to the border.”
Harris: “I… and I haven’t been to Europe.” https://t.co/dftSFsU88F pic.twitter.com/Q6pIdXQqPs

— Caleb Howe (@CalebHowe) June 8, 2021

HARRIS: “We’ve been to the border. So this whole, this whole, this whole thing about the border.. We’ve been to the border.”

HOLT: “YOU haven’t been to the border.”

Harris: “I… and I haven’t been to Europe. I don’t understand the point that you’re making.”

On the one hand, I actually think she doesn’t understand, because she’s not particularly bright. On the other hand, the, “I don’t understand”, is also a way to obfuscate and not be held accountable for the fact that she is a failure at her job, and lacks

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