(PresidentialInsider.com)- Vice President Kamala Harris still hasn’t visited the southern border to see the chaos caused by President Joe Biden’s disastrous decision to reverse all Trump-era immigration and border control policies…but don’t worry! She is visiting early childhood educational facilities to brag to young kids about being the first-ever female vice president.
Is it any wonder her popularity is reaching all-time lows?
Last Friday, Vice President Harris took a trip to a bilingual early childhood school in Washington. She paraded around the “CentroNia” school, bragging about being the “first VP who’s a girl, not a boy.”
Wouldn’t it be more valuable to teach children that gender doesn’t matter when it comes to being a professional?
You can see Harris telling a young child that there have been many boys as vice presidents in the past, but that she’s the first woman to take the job.
“I’m the first vice president who’s a girl, not a boy … But I won’t be the last one.”
— VP Kamala Harris speaks to students at an early childhood education school pic.twitter.com/hQO8QYDWlm
— The Recount (@therecount) June 11, 2021
Can we also talk about how she’s wearing a mask? Harris was among some of the very first people to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, and has been fully vaccinated and immune to the COVID-19 virus for several months at this point.
She was also surrounded by children who appeared to be forced to wear masks of their own, despite the science telling us that children are extremely unlikely to suffer symptoms of COVID-19 in the first place.
Oh, and if you thought the insanity stopped there, consider this: she engaged in a heteronormative, gender-erasure narrative that implied that there are only boys and girls who can become the vice president. What about the hundreds of other genders that her Democrat colleagues insist exist?
Building on her fixation on being a woman, this week Harris also hosted a dinner for female senators, with the aim of building relationships…even with Republicans.
How much fun do you think Senator Marsha Blackburn had?