Kamala Harris buries her head in the sand after this humiliating video of her was released

Kamala Harris

The vice president continues to make a mockery of herself and her office. Her ability to make embarrassing gaffes is comparable to President Joe Biden’s.

And Kamala Harris has buried her head in the sand after this humiliating video of her was released.

The Democrat Party wants to convince Americans that they are in tune with the culture of Black voters.

It’s obvious that Black voters are an important demographic to try and court during an election year, but sometimes the Left tries way too hard to sway these voters.

But by doing that they end up turning these individuals off from their campaign.

And that’s exactly what Vice President Kamala Harris did during a recent appearance at an awards show.

VP Harris Reminds Voters why She’s so Unpopular

Vice President Kamala Harris’ appearance at the BET Awards has stirred a range of reactions among viewers, with many taking to social media to express their discomfort, calling it “cringe.”

Harris’ appearance was featured in a pre-taped video, funded by the Biden campaign, which aired during the awards show celebrating Black celebrities and entertainers.

In the video, BET Awards host Taraji P. Henson voiced her concerns about the upcoming November election, highlighting issues such as abortion access and threats to “our basic freedoms.”

“Yeah, girl, I’m out here in these streets. And let me tell you, you’re right, Taraji,” Harris replied. “There is so much at stake in this moment. The majority of us believe in freedom and equality. But these extremists, as they say, ‘They not like us.’”

The ad, particularly Harris’ comment about being “in these streets,” did not sit well with many social media users.

Elon Musk, the owner of X, also criticized the ad, describing it as having a “toenail curling level of cringe.”

Henson, who appeared on ABC’s The View last month, spoke about her belief that “there is an agenda” to remove Juneteenth as a holiday. She emphasized the importance of people “showing up and fighting” to preserve the holiday.

As the 2024 election approaches, former President Donald Trump’s campaign has been making significant efforts to gain support among Black voters, including a visit to Detroit in mid-June. A Marist College poll conducted from June 3 to June 6 in Pennsylvania, a crucial battleground state, showed President Joe Biden leading Trump 68% to 23% among Black voters.

This lead is narrower compared to Biden’s performance in 2020, where he secured 92% of the Black vote.

The reactions to Harris’s appearance highlight the ongoing political engagement and concerns within the Black community as the election draws near.

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