Ryan E.
November 13, 2022

Kamala Harris Met with Tepid Applause as She Praises Joe Biden

It's always good for a politician to be aware of what kind of reactions their statements are going to get. If it's not going to be a reaction that enhances your cause, then why say it?

Kamala Harris apparently forgot that rule, as she tried to praise the one thing in America that even liberals are sick of:

Joe Biden.

Joe Biden is NOT liked by the American people. Kamala should know that. Instead, she just says whatever she wants and expects us to rub her back and say "good job!"

Well, pretty much the exact opposite just happened when she tried to get the crowd going by bringing up Joe Biden.

"As Vice President, I am proud to serve with one of the greatiest — greatest, greatest, champion of our nation’s warriors Joe Biden."

Crickets. And I don't think it was for her misreading of the word "greatest" off of the teleprompter. The audience simply just didn't want to hear about Joe Biden.

They know what he's about, and it's not good.

Still, Kamala kept trudging on as she spoke at Arlington National Cemetery in honor of Veteran's Day.

"It is a profound privilege to thank and honor you today and every day," she said.

"I have seen firsthand how America’s armed forces protect the highest ideals of our nation around the world," Kamala continued. Not all of her statements were duds. The crowd REALLY liked when she called America's military the "greatest fighting force in the world."

See what happens when you tell the truth, Kamala? People love it.

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