There seems to be no question that Kamala Harris won’t nervously laugh in response to, and she dialed that up the other day, turning to full-blown maniacal laughter when talking about parents who can’t send their kids to school.
She began by saying “I believe in that, that saying that in every crisis, there is an opportunity, if we see it for what it is. This pandemic resulted in so much loss to human life, people lost their jobs, loss of normalcy, so much loss and devastation. And this pandemic was in many ways an accelerator, meaning for home, things were bad before they got even worse. And it also magnified then, the fissures and the failures and the fractures in our system.”
And then things took a bizarre turn: “More people are seeing, that yeah, affordable child care is a big deal. More parents are seeing the value of educators,” she said while seemingly attempting a Chucky impression. “More parents are seeing the value of educators when they had to bring their kids and say we’re not paying them nearly enough,” she concluded, still laughing.
Many couldn’t help but be creeped out by the video.
What's wrong with her? I'm not joking or being snarky. What is wrong with this person? https://t.co/0AFLNtbTxw
— I got your #Unity right here (@jtLOL) March 30, 2021
Not difficult to understand why she was polling between an * and 1% throughout the primaries https://t.co/atUZx0Kz6Y
— George Papadopoulos (@GeorgePapa19) March 30, 2021
i think Kamala is the joker https://t.co/vqkYEbuIbg
— Tim Pool (@Timcast) March 30, 2021
This woman is just not normal. https://t.co/P6aDzDsZzi
— Sebastian Gorka DrG (@SebGorka) March 30, 2021
This comes just days after we learned from Kamala that the border crisis is also totally hilarious.
Apparently, the border crisis is now a laughing matter for the Biden administration.
WATCH: VP Kamala Harris laughs when asked if she has any plans to visit the border. pic.twitter.com/z3AdoFX0Dq
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) March 22, 2021
What will she laugh at next? Stay tuned until tomorrow.
Author : Matt Palumbo