VIDEO: Kamala Embarrasses Herself

(TheProudRepublic.com) – Highlighting that Democrats not only do ridiculous acts inside the White House but also make a fool of themselves while outside of Washington, DC, VP Kamala Harris had an embarrassing moment during a recent visit to Puerto Rico.

See the video of what happened further down this post.

A source reported that after delivering remarks in San Juan, Harris visited the Santurce neighborhood to tour the Goyoco community center and engage with community leaders.

Outside the center, Harris encountered protesters holding signs critical of her, which included one calling her a “war criminal,” while another criticized the United States as “genocidal.”

A video captured the humorous scene as Harris initially smiled and clapped along to the music, then abruptly stopped when an aide translated the Spanish lyrics.

Accompanied by percussion instruments one activist sang, “We want to know, Kamala, what did you come here for? We want to know what you think of the colony.”

According to Puerto Rican journalist Istra Pacheco, the song also included the lines “Long live Free Palestine and Haiti too.”

Once Harris realized the song’s message, she nodded and folded her hands in front of her.

This trip marked Harris’ first visit to the Caribbean Island since taking office. According to another source, before her stop in Santurce, she visited a home outside San Juan rebuilt through a federal program following Hurricane Maria.

Accompanied by Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm, Deputy Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Adrianne Todman, and Puerto Rico Governor Pedro Pierluisi, Harris highlighted the Biden administration’s aid efforts in the territory.

“We all need to supply the community and the talent here with the capacity and the resources. President Joe Biden and I have been very intentional about what we are doing for the leaders, people, and families of Puerto Rico,” she stated. “So far, our administration has invested over $140 billion in Puerto Rico.”

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