Kamala Harris just went on ABC and made a complete fool of herself

Vice President Harris may be the most disliked politician in America. Her poll numbers are even worse than Biden’s, and that’s saying something.

And Kamala Harris just went on ABC and made a complete fool of herself.

Everything Kamala Harris says oozes with disingenuousness and is incredibly cringeworthy.

Usually, she humiliates herself with word salads or endless cackles.

But this time, it’s her terrible political ideas that are getting her in trouble.

Harris received anger online over the weekend for remarks she made about Israel as it prepared to eliminate the Hamas terrorist organization inside Rafah.

Harris made the statements during a Sunday interview with Rachel Scott on ABC News’ This Week while discussing Israel’s imminent ground offensive inside Rafah, Hamas’ last stronghold in Gaza.

“[Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu appears to just be flat out ignoring President Biden’s warning about an offensive in Rafah,” Scott said. “Is that a red line for your administration?”

“We have been clear in multiple conversations and in every way that any major military operation in Rafah would be a huge mistake,” Harris said.

“Let me tell you something, I have been studying the maps. There’s nowhere for those folks to go. And we’re looking at about 1.5 million people in Rafah who were there because they were told to go there, most of them. And so we’ve been very clear that it would be a mistake to move into Rafah with any type of military operation.”

When asked if there would be consequences if Israel went ahead with removing Hamas inside Rafah, Harris replied: “Well, we’re going to take it one step at a time, but we’ve been very clear in terms of whether or not that should happen.”

Scott pressed Harris for an explanation.

“I am ruling out nothing,” Harris responded.


Harris received tremendous criticism online for her views from political pundits and former U.S. officials.

“ABC needs to let so some [sic] who knows about the Middle East interview the Vice President,” said former Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell. “So many missed opportunities.”

Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman responded: “She ‘studied the maps’ and concluded that the people in Rafah have no place to go. It must have been an awfully small map — obviously left out Egypt and other Arab countries.”

“People always say ‘there’s only so much damage she can do as VP’ but she seems eager to prove them wrong,” noted Republican strategist Matt Whitlock.

Radio host Mark Levin posted on X: “How dare you threaten the Israelis like this! You’re a disgraceful buffoon! Absolutely contemptible.”

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