Kamala Tries to Play the Victim, Misses Something Big

Kamala Tries to Play the Victim, Misses Something Big

The chuckle might just be the tip of the iceberg.

Vice President Kamala Harris, the second most prominent figure in President Joe Biden's beleaguered administration, made an appearance on the syndicated "The Drew Barrymore Show" in an interview scheduled to air Monday, aiming to drum up support for a potential second term for Biden.

It could almost be comical—if the implications weren't so dire for the nation.

In a segment previewed on the show's Instagram account, host Drew Barrymore (whose recent claim to fame includes an interview with Bud Light drag queen Dylan Mulvaney) delved into Harris's experience as the first woman positioned a heartbeat away from the presidency.

Harris, who has struggled with approval ratings even lower than her boss's (according to a recent Monmouth University poll), seemed preoccupied with criticisms of her laughter.

"You were asking me earlier about what it means to be, like, the first woman," Harris remarked in a clip posted on Instagram. "And you know, it's funny because people still gotta get used to this, right?

"I mean, my staff, for example, sometimes they'll show me little things that just amuse me. Like, apparently, some people love to talk about the way I laugh."

"Oh, yes. I love your laugh," Barrymore interjected.

However, it's doubtful that Barrymore genuinely adores the vice president's laughter (though she did seem rather enamored with Harris, given their proximity on the couch).

Few are enamored with the vice president's laughter—much like the sound of forks scraping teeth, grinding gears, or dentist drills.

(Barrymore might not despise Harris's laughter. She might find it mildly amusing or simply indifferent. But claiming she loves it would be a stretch, to say the least.)

In fact, even a recent CNN piece, which was largely supportive of Harris's role in the Biden re-election campaign, made a point to mention her laughter as a point of contention.

Yet, when it comes to Kamala Harris, her incessant chuckling is hardly the main issue.

She holds the second-highest position in an administration that, frankly speaking, poses a threat to nearly everything that defines the United States as a beacon of freedom and democracy—and that which decent individuals hold dear.

The administration she serves has shown a blatant disregard for the law, from the crisis at the southern border to unconstitutional attempts to burden taxpayers with private student loan debts, to its abandonment of Israeli allies in favor of appeasing violent, anti-American extremists.

On a more fundamental level, the Biden-Harris administration has transformed a thriving economy, characterized by low unemployment and negligible inflation under former President Donald Trump, into a chaotic mess reminiscent of the Jimmy Carter era.

Meanwhile, the same administration and its party are manipulating the legal system at all levels for partisan gain, exemplified by the baseless prosecution of the nation's foremost opposition figure.

Instead of focusing on campaigning for the upcoming election, former President Donald Trump is forced to defend himself against dubious criminal charges in a New York courtroom.

In essence, millions of Americans have ample reasons to detest the current administration—and just as many reasons to disdain Kamala Harris in her current role.

Every American who remembers the 2020 election, regardless of political affiliation, understands why Harris was chosen as Joe Biden's running mate. It wasn't due to her political career in California, her tenure as California attorney general or U.S. senator, or her failed 2020 presidential bid.

Harris became vice president because she ticked the Democratic boxes of being a woman and being Black, at a time when Biden needed both to appease the left wing of his increasingly progressive party and secure victory.

Yet, this presidency has been a disaster, and Kamala Harris has played a significant role in it.

With both Biden and Trump securing their parties' nominations, the upcoming election is likely to be a rematch of 2020, with voters able to compare the records of both men.

Looking at the state of the country and the world in 2024 versus the Trump years before the COVID pandemic, Americans can see stark differences: one party represents peace and prosperity, while the other signifies economic turmoil, weakness on the global stage, and cultural absurdities that deny reality.

And if American voters take a hard look at these realities, despite establishment biases and social media distortions, the preferable choice becomes clear.

For Kamala Harris, her laughter should be the least of her concerns.

Subscribe to Stand with Trump!

Don’t miss out on the latest issues. Sign up now to get access to the library of members-only issues.