Vice President Kamala Harris has angered many Americans over her latest disparaging comments about conservatives.
Harris told a childhood story during a Monday event in Colorado on climate change about "bad" conservatives.
Kamala Harris, telling childhood story, says she asked her mom why conservatives are ‘bad’ https://t.co/nqMvOmuRHF
— Fox News (@FoxNews) March 7, 2023
"We called it ecology at the time. So, some of us who were born around that time know what I'm saying. And we talked about it in the context of conservation," Harris said, according to Fox News.
She recalled one day coming home from school and asking her mother: "Why are conservatives bad, mommy?"
"Because, I thought we were supposed to conserve," Harris said, laughing. "I couldn't reconcile it. Now I can."
The Vice President told a childhood story Monday that explained her apparent lifelong disdain for conservative Americans.https://t.co/UJRPWZCQxY
— Sky News Australia (@SkyNewsAust) March 7, 2023
"'Outnumbered' co-host Kayleigh McEnany highlighted the blatant contrast from Harris' previous push for unity in 2016 when she was serving as California's attorney general. Harris at the time tweeted, 'Our unity is our strength and our diversity is our power. We reject the myth of "us" versus "them." We are in this together,'" Sky News reported.
"Cringe," McEnany said. "It's a far cry from the message of unity she projected."
The account is among a growing list of public appearances that have led to a negative public attitude toward the vice president.
Among other concerning comments are her words on Venn diagrams, her lack of understanding of the border crisis and her child-level speeches that have led to widespread complaints from listeners.
The vice president's latest story won't help as she negatively referred to approximately half of the nation's voters, laughing in the process of blasting those she was elected to serve.