Pence won the debate between the two number twos. But that’s not the story. Although Pence clearly resonated with most, the antics of Kamala Harris stole the show.
Sister Girl represented Democrats and “nasty” girls quite well.
Kamala is giving me Jamaican auntie vibes. She has the look anyone who grew up in a Black household knows: The I wish you would + I know he didn’t looks. #Debates2020 #debates pic.twitter.com/d36Ns3QEIo
— Femi Redwood (@femiredwood) October 8, 2020
Leftists want us to believe that Harris is an inspiration. CBS reported on this stupid notion:
For Celeste, the vice presidential debate was the first time she, and many other young women of color saw themselves represented at that level on the political stage.
Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris is the first black woman and the first woman of Indian descent to be nominated for national office by a major political party.
President Donald Trump called Harris “a monster” the day after the vice presidential debate during an interview with Fox Business anchor Maria Bartiromo.
“This monster that was on stage with Mike Pence, who destroyed her last night by the way, but this monster, she says no no there won’t be fracking, everything she said is a lie,”
He went on to call her “horrible,” and “totally unlikeable,” as well as a “communist.” And the president was right about that too.
Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris got her point across even when she wasn’t speaking during Wednesday night’s debate with Vice President Mike Pence, responding with a range of looks almost custom-made for memes and GIFs.
The senator from California delivered shade with her facial expressions, from pitying smiles to straight-up side-eye, a range of looks that’ll almost certainly end up on “Saturday Night Live.”
AOL noted the social media response as well.
Sen. Kamala Harris’ facial expressions while Vice President Mike Pence was responding to questions about the administration’s Covid-19 response during Wednesday’s debate were a hit across social media. And Asian Twitter and Black Twitter put their own spin on it.
Many joked that Harris, who’s the first Black person and the first Indian American to appear on the vice presidential debate stage, was giving looks reminiscent of a disapproving auntie.
— Leslie Toy (@ltoy_Health) October 8, 2020
While some on the Left pretend that Harris’ antics were no big deal, they know her act cost the Democrats votes.
Self-described roving journalist and Leftist Michael Tracey chimed in on Twitter about Harris:
“Kamala was hyped as the ‘front-runner’ in the 2020 Dem primaries, flamed out in spectacular fashion partly due to her terrible debate performances, and only became VP nominee thanks to an extensive lobbying effort by the Dem professional and donor class.”
Reminder — Kamala was hyped as the "front-runner" in the 2020 Dem primaries, flamed out in spectacular fashion partly due to her terrible debate performances, and only became VP nominee thanks to an extensive lobbying effort by the Dem professional and donor class
— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) October 8, 2020
But perhaps Tracey captured the sentiment felt by many regarding Harris in his next tweet:
The way Kamala says “I’m speaking” — as if any back-and-forth in what’s supposed to be a “debate” is some kind of affront — reminds me of an excessively domineering teacher in Middle School
The way Kamala says "I'm speaking" — as if any back-and-forth in what's supposed to be a "debate" is some kind of affront — reminds me of an excessively domineering teacher in Middle School
— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) October 8, 2020
Others noticed Harris’ behavior as well, as pollster Frank Luntz noted to Fox News.
Pollster Frank Luntz told Fox News following the vice presidential debate on Wednesday night that Vice President Mike Pence was the winner of the debate. According to Luntz, voters found Harris’ “condescending” and “abrasive” attitude toward Pence a complete turn-off.
“The complaint about Kamala Harris was that she was abrasive and condescending. The complaint about Mike Pence was that he was too tired, but [he was] vice presidential, or presidential. If this is a battle over style and substance — which is often the case with undecided voters because they simply do not choose on policy, they also choose on persona — this was Mike Pence’s night.”
Luntz spoke with voters from swing states in getting reactions.
Luntz added that while voters were frustrated with the vice president for repeatedly running over his allotted time, “Harris’ reactions to Pence — the smiling, the smirking, the scowling’ left them far ‘angrier’ with her performance.” He also noted that voters were “more agitated with Kamala’s presentation than they were with Mike Pence.”
In other words, Kamala thinks she’s headed for the White House. But, there’s only one thing to say about that. “Bitch, please!”