As we’ve previously reported, Vice President Kamala Harris’ recent overseas trip to Europe was one cluster after another, and in all probability was designed to bolster her non-existent “foreign policy creds” in advance of 2028 (and possibly even 2024?) by giving her the opportunity to participate in some taxpayer-funded photo ops with world leaders while commencing in the confusing word salads and embarrassing cackling she’s become infamous for stateside (and now internationally).
Needless to say, this is not the “moment of Kamala Harris’ arrival” that CNN’s Chris Cillizza was thirsting for.
Thankfully, the disastrous trip is over but unfortunately, that means she’s back here in the United States further making a mockery of the office of the Vice President with the flubs and disjointed statements still freely flowing.
Though it’s depressing to think about the fact that we will have to endure roughly at least two and a half more years of this, one good thing to come out of the various KamalaSpeak debacles (and there have been MANY) is the rise of the Kamala Harris impersonators.
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Much like we’ve seen throughout modern history, where comedians, late-night talk show hosts, and the like either take on the task of impersonating presidents themselves or bring on people who can do it even better, vice presidents have them as well, although we haven’t seen much of any try to take on the role Kamala Harris impressonist (outside of the flattering ones on SNL), likely out of fear of being labeled a sexist, racist, bigot from The Usual Suspects for who it’s only appropriate to make fun of female public figures if they happen to be Republicans (just ask 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin, for instance).
But fear not, because there are some out there like the talented ladies in the video clips below who are unafraid to put themselves out there for the world to see in order to give us more realistic impersonations of President Biden’s second in command.
Watch the clip from TikTok user KristyH. She’s got the annoying mannerisms, fake laughter, and ability to make something simple complex down pat:
Here’s another from TikTok, where the impersonator talks along with Kamala’s voice and has her gesturing down to a science:
And here’s one from TikTok user monsterreese, who in this clip pretends to be Kamala Harris interviewed by a reporter:
Last but not least, here’s BlazeTV’s Allie Beth Stuckey impersonating both a reporter and Harris in a familiar back and forth:
The especially noteworthy thing about these clips is that unlike Kamala Harris when she laughs, the impersonations from these ladies are legit funny and well-researched to boot. And thank God for them…