Kamala Harris dropped one word in a speech and now Democrats are panicking

Vice President Harris was already one of the most unpopular politicians in the country. Her latest moronic blunder isn’t helping anything.

Now Kamala Harris dropped one word in a speech and Democrats are panicking.

Vice President Kamala Harris dropped an F-bomb during a live-streamed White House event on Monday, then asked the audience to “excuse” her profanity.

Harris made the remark while speaking with comedian Jimmy O. Yang (Crazy Rich Asians) at the annual Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies Legislative Leadership Summit about how minorities needed to advocate for themselves.


During the event, which was part of the White House’s efforts to commemorate Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Yang asked Harris about her experience as the first woman elected to the vice presidency.

“We have to know that sometimes people will open the door for you and leave it open,” the vice president said, noting that some opportunities were easier to come by than others — and suggesting that sometimes it was necessary for people to make their own opportunities.

“Sometimes they won’t, and then you need to kick that f***ing door down,” she said, adding, “Excuse my language.”

The audience chuckled, and Yang joked, “We gotta make t-shirts with that saying.”

Remember when Democrats used to claim that Donald Trump being elected would destroy the decorum of American politics?

Because he was mean and spoke his mind, he was treated as if he was completely classless.

Meanwhile, the vice president can go around dropping f-bombs, but because she’s on the Left, it gets laughter.

The hypocrisy is undeniable.

Harris went on to discuss the need of questioning the status quo, pushing boundaries, and, when necessary, tearing down barriers.

“Here’s the thing about breaking down barriers. It does not mean that you start on one side of the barrier and end up on another,” she said.

“There’s breaking involved. And when you break things you get cut and you may bleed. And it is worth it every time.”

“You have to fight for rights for everybody, and you have to be in the fight. You can’t sit it out,” Harris added.

This week’s White House calendar includes a number of other activities commemorating Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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