December 26, 2023

Kamala Harris Accused of Faking Christmas Day Photo

Vice President Kamala Harris has managed to get herself into a bit of a pickle again.

This time, it is over a photo that was posted on Christmas day.

The problem… there was a digital clock in the background that showed the picture was actually taken the day before.


Harris has been such a mess as Vice President that people are going to look at every little thing she does and criticize it, and her social media posts are no exception.

Harris posted a picture early Christmas afternoon, wishing everyone a Merry Christmas as well as noting they were preparing a Christmas Beef Wellington for dinner.

But, the internet sleuths spotted the digital clock in the background, which actually showed it being Christmas Eve around 2:36 in the afternoon.

It did not help Harris’ case that she had posted a picture of herself with her husband in front of the Christmas tree on Christmas Eve around 6:00 pm, just hours after the kitchen photo was apparently taken.

People were noting that they looked like they had just rolled out of bed in the kitchen photo while they were dressed and primped for the Christmas Eve photo.

The implication was that they had taken a bunch of photos at different times to have them ready for posting over the holidays. Normally, this would not be a big deal, but we are talking about the ever-polarizing Kamala Harris here, who simply cannot get anything right these days.

In the overall scheme of things, it is a pretty silly criticism, but Harris has been so awful as VP, people are looking for any little reason to attack her, and she keeps serving them up on a silver platter.

Harris is one of two people polling worse than Joe Biden right now, the other being Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY, who is actually polling in single digits the last time I checked.

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