(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Vice President Kamala Harris lent another poorly phrased opinion on the recent hearings for Supreme Court justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, with MSNBC’s Joy Reid weighing in for a double dose of race-baiting.
Reid started the interview by asking Harris how she felt watching the hearings, Twitchy reported.
“I will tell you… Joy… I experienced great joy when I watched this brilliant… phenomenal… black woman… jurist… be so smart, and just cut through the political gamesmanship… that they were attempting to… insight,” Harris said, taking several long pauses and sounding like a programmed robot reading from a teleprompter tuned to slo-mo.
“As far as I’m concerned, she was just taking a lot of people to school,” Harris said of the justice who President Biden chose because she was black.
“I watched that with incredible joy, because it was just brilliance… being displayed… for the entire country to see,” Harris gushed.
It is unclear if the Veep intended to make a play on her interviewer’s name, but the stilted delivery didn’t go unnoticed.
In a follow up to another messy interview, Reid was prompted to discuss her experience getting to know the Veep and expound on why the wildly unpopular Harris continues to be step up to fail by the white man in the White House.
“She’s just a regular sister in the same way people would always say that Michelle Obama is like if your cousin became First Lady. Kamala Harris is like if your cousin became VP of the United States,” Reid told The Root.
The answer for Harris’s numerous failings, of course, was racism, Reid’s default position for anything with which she disagrees.
“Black women told Joe Biden ‘If you want our support, you can’t have it for free. We’re gonna need a VP who looks like us so that we know we’re on the team,'” Reid explained.
“Kamala Harris is a very important figure in our history, and her presence matters.”