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“I’m Kamala Harris…Wearing A Blue Suit”: Veep Hosts Ridiculously Awkward Round Of Introductions

Appeasing ever-smaller minorities will eventually get leftists to recognize that the greatest minority is the individual. Aside from the fact that traditions in Western Civilization concluded this millennia ago, it wouldn’t necessarily be worthy of applause, but it’d be a welcome change of pace from the incivility, animus, and violence they’re keen to promote. 

Of course, as Jordan Peterson once said, that’s assuming they don’t get us all killed first in the process.

I get what Kamala Harris is doing in this dumbfoundingly stupid introduction. That doesn’t make it any less insane. She’s speaking as if a cadre of blind leftists are sitting idly by, hanging on her every word of a roundtable discussion. I don’t know about you, but if I were a blind communist I can’t imagine I’d waste my time listening to the least articulate and intelligent human being to ever hold a higher office.

Still, the miniscule number of blind leftists didn’t preclude the waiting-in-the-wings Vice President from initiating a conversation with the dumbest-sounding introduction we’ve heard in a long time.

“I am Kamala Harris, my pronouns are she and her, and I am a woman sitting at the table wearing a blue suit.”

Everything about this is wrong. For starters, I think we’d be hard pressed to find a random citizen who didn’t immediately recognize that grating voice. Forget her hideous cackle, every time Kamala speaks it’s like listening to fingernails scraping a chalkboard. 

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Then there are the pronouns, which mysteriously evolved from the trifecta (she/her/hers, for example, to accommodate the subject, object, and possessive pronouns) to just the dual she/her. Are we just supposed to assume the latter? That seems to violate every tenet of the Rainbow Jihad’s code. 

Next, she identifies as a woman, although I very much doubt she could define it. Ketanji Brown-Jackson probably identifies as a woman and she most decidedly could not define it. What was the point of that even?

The coup de grace, though, comes at the conclusion of her remarks. She is “sitting at the table wearing a blue suit.” 

Greg Price, the journalist who posted the clip, noticed that EVERYONE was playing this silly game.

For his troubles, he delighted in sharing his own biography:

“My name is Greg Price, my pronouns are Busch/Light, I am wearing black shorts and a white shirt stained with buffalo sauce from the wings I had for lunch.”

The rest of Twitter quickly followed suit with commentary on the ridiculous video:

The USA is not a serious country.

Why would blind people care about pronouns or colors? Just an excuse to spit out their religion

It sounds like they’re playing Dungeons & Dragons and introducing their characters. “Sitting at the bar you see a tall, muscular half orc. He has a great axe slung across his back, jet black hair pulled back, and ashen grey skin with a huge scar across his chest.”

They forgot to mention the name of the indigenous tribe who occupied the land just prior to European colonization. Fail.

It’s that last comment that really shines a light on this insanity. Someone will always be offended. Why didn’t she say she was black? Why didn’t she honor the stolen land they were occupying? Why didn’t she share other traits like eye color, hair length, innie/outie, or preferred adjectives such as well-spoken and capable?

Maybe she should have said I am vaccinated and boosted and still wearing a mask, too.

Hailey Sanibel fiercely loves freedom. She equally detests evil and stupidity, both of which are out of control in the modern world. She is a regular contributor at The Blue State Conservative.