G. McConway
December 27, 2023

Kamala Harris Taking Criticism Over Christmas Photo

Kamala Harris cannot do anything right these days.

Now she is even getting blasted for a Christmas photo she posted on her social media account on Christmas Day.

There were two problems with the photo, one was kind of silly, while the other is actually a very good point.

Taking Heat

The post made by Harris was posted on Christmas Day around 12:30 p.m. However, the internet sleuths were quick to realize that Harris, who stated she was making beef Wellington for dinner, had a digital clock in the background.

That clock showed that it was 2:46 p.m. … on Christmas Eve…

A second observation was made that was a bit more of a problem than Kamala pre-snapping some pictures for her social media accounts.

If you look closely at the photo, you can see that Harris is cooking on a gas range, and last time I checked, her boss, Joe Biden, was trying to ban gas stoves.

Earlier this year, the Department of Energy had proposed new regulations on gas appliances which would have, in effect, outlawed most of the gas stoves available for sale today.

Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-WA) led the charge against the regulations, penning a letter to Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm on the matter, noting that “only 4% of gas stove tops on the market would meet the proposed maximum rate, meaning 96% of gas stoves would fail.”

Newhouse also noted, “More than 3 in 4 restaurant kitchens use natural gas to cook, which makes it easy to understand how devastating a gas appliance ban would be to the restaurant and hospitality industry.”

Point being, if you are going to push these regulations, you should be leading by example, yet Harris was the second person to get caught with a gas stove, with none other than Jill Biden posting a picture last month of her standing over a gas stove.

We all know how this works… do as I say, not as I do. The new Democrat motto.

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