What inanity has Kamala Harris perpetrated upon the world today? What syntax has she mangled, what coherent thought has she suffocated in its cradle? She opened up a conference on Tuesday like this. She sounds like a malfunctioning computer.
“Good afternoon. I want to welcome these leaders for coming in to have this very important discussion about some of the most pressing issues of our time. I am Kamala Harris, my pronouns are she and her. I am a woman sitting at the table wearing a blue suit.” Her coterie followed.
“I’m a Latina with blond highlighted hair, and I’m wearing a gray blazer over a black-shade dress,” and “my pronouns are she/her, I’m a White woman with long brown hair, I’m wearing a red dress, and I’m wearing a see-through mask so you can see my red lips.” Another said, “I am a Black woman with curly hair, and I am wearing a vintage black and floral dress.” A little too much info, ladies.
Conservatives pounced. “When did Kamala become a biologist?” comedian Tim Young quipped. “This is why the rest of the world laughs at us,” Beth Baumann added. “And they wonder why ordinary Americans think these people have lost their grip,” National Review’s Dan McLaughlin tweeted. Chrissy Clark said, “She sounds like a very boring kids book.”
What if historical figures had taken Harris’ approach? “I am Atilla the Hun. I am an Asian male and I’m wearing the skulls of my enemies as a vintage necklace.”
Or, “I am Teddy Roosevelt. Aside from some unfortunate progressive tendencies, I am a white conservative Harvard educated cowboy and soldier who will shoot, skin, and mount any wildlife that comes within a mile of my gun. I have on whatever the hell I damn well please.”
And, “I am Ronald Reagan. I am a white Republican, the best president since Abraham Lincoln, I make liberals cry tears of effeminate hysteria, and I have on an expertly tailored suit made by some Hollywood type my wife picked out.”
The left sprang to the cretinous veep’s defense. CNN’s DJ Judd noted the GOP was criticizing Harris. She wrote, “Vice President Kamala Harris introduced herself with her pronouns and a physical description in an effort to accommodate the blind and visually impaired participating in today’s roundtable with disability advocates– a move the RNC is mocking her for.”
Interesting. So, every time any politician previously introduced themselves without a bio or fashion statement they were disrespectful to the handicapped? Uh, no. But that’s how past absurdity the whole PC cultural mission has become.
It reduces the vice president of the United States to a voice over for a tedious corporate training skit. However, is it really possible to talk about the serious reduction of an already amazingly abysmal reputation when the subject is Kamala Harris?
Welll, I am David Kamioner, I am a cynical white male pundit wearing, currently, a gray polo shirt and very ratty US Army gym shorts. And, when it comes to Kamala, I think not.