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:lmao: Who does this shit?

https://www.foxnews.com/media/internet-crazy-kamala-harris-child-actors-space-video

The internet erupted this week over the report that child actors appeared in the first video of a YouTube series with Vice President Kamala Harris called "Get Curious with Vice President Harris."

The video, released last week, showed Harris talking to a group of children about her love of science, excitement over being able to see moon craters through a telescope and the importance of having big dreams.

She was widely mocked for her mannerisms throughout the video, which showed her acting overly animated with wide-eyed enthusiasm as she talked with the children.

Following the release of the video, it was revealed that the children auditioned for the series when one child actor told a local news affiliate he submitted a monologue and was interviewed for his role.

A White House official told Fox News on Tuesday morning that Harris' office did not select the children who appeared in the video.

Critics again took to social media to mock Harris over the video, with some comparing it to the hit HBO show "Veep," which depicts an incompetent vice president and her hapless political team.

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One of the kids in the Kamala video was also used in a fake script for Michelle Obama.  Total frauds, can't make this shit up if you tried.

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4 minutes ago, F3600 said:

When the real thing is so unpalatable, you turn to Hollywood. 

Turn to? Hollywood came to them yrs ago 

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Just now, Zambroski said:

Nobody should be surprised one bit.

Goebbelizms brought to you by the liberal fascists.

They were afraid a non-actor would say "let's go Brandon."  :lol:  

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Funny,  This get vaccinated commercial plays with this pretend gangbanger fake crying about losing his Dad, cause he just didn’t listen.  I noticed him in another Covid  commercial as a background actor.   

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1 minute ago, Cold War said:

Funny,  This get vaccinated commercial plays with this pretend gangbanger fake crying about losing his Dad, cause he just didn’t listen.  I noticed him in another Covid  commercial as a background actor.   

Blacks lose their dads because of anti-vaxxers!!!!  :lol:
 

‘Course, gotta catch‘em first!

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The funny part to me is who do they think they’re fooling with all this? Nobody is buying it, It was called out immediately. 

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2 minutes ago, Edmo said:

The funny part to me is who do they think they’re fooling with all this? Nobody is buying it, It was called out immediately. 

The sad part is it is NOT going to be reported as such everywhere.  Most will ignore it, per the narrative.

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Next thing you guys are going to tell me is that our prez and vp are doing nothing, and someone else is. 

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Just now, Mag6240 said:

The sad part is it is NOT going to be reported as such everywhere.  Most will ignore it, per the narrative.

But actors are people too ! #clownshowinthewhitehouseandsenate

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Poor old Joe:

 

1 sentence that sums up Joe Biden's mounting political problems

Chris Cillizza

Analysis by Chris Cillizza, CNN Editor-at-large

 

Updated 11:19 AM ET, Tue October 12, 2021

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(CNN)When people cast a vote for president, they are hoping -- sometimes against hope -- that the person they have picked will do things to make their lives better.

It's the most basic expectation that voters have of a politician: I voted for you ... now go do what you said you would do.
So, when voters feel as though the politician for whom they voted isn't delivering on what was promised -- or isn't doing much of anything -- that's when things get really dicey for the politician.
Which brings me to President Joe Biden and this quote from a Washington Post story detailing the mounting frustration swirling around him -- particularly in the Black community, one of the pillars of the Democratic base:
"I think the frustration is at an all-time high, and Biden can't go to Georgia or any other Black state in the South and say, 'This is what we delivered in 2021."
That's W. Mondale Robinson, who runs the Black Male Voter Project out of Georgia. And while Robinson is talking about Black voters in particular, it's a sentiment that appears to be growing among the broader electorate toward Biden too.
In a Quinnipiac University national poll earlier this month, a majority of Americans -- 54% -- said that Biden had not been competent in running the government. That finding mirrored the 53% who disapproved of the job Biden was doing. (Four in 10 voters approved of how Biden was handling the presidency.)
It's not hard to figure out why Biden is languishing. Just 41% of voters approve of how Biden has handled the economy. Just 39% approve of his handling of taxes. And a meager 26% like what he has done on the issue of immigration.
Those numbers closely correlate to the deciding lack of action on what people perceive to be the major issues facing the country.
Consider that, at the moment, the Biden administration is at an impasse with Democrats in Congress over the bulk of its domestic agenda: A $1 trillion "hard" infrastructure plan and a larger "soft" social safety net measure that could cost upward of $3 trillion.
The last few months have been consumed with a battle between liberals and moderates within the Democratic Party over which of those bills should be a priority and how much each of them should cost. To the consternation of many moderates (and even some liberals), Biden has been unwilling to put his foot down on either side of the debate -- choosing instead to offer vague assertions that everything will, in the end, work out.
The problem for Biden and his party is that voters -- of all political leanings -- know that Democrats are in charge of everything in Washington right now. And fair or not, they expect that control to mean results -- things getting done that Biden said he would get done.
Aside from a coronavirus stimulus bill passed early in his term, there's precious little for Biden to show for his time in office.
As the Post notes, liberals are disappointed that Biden hasn't pushed harder for a $15 minimum wage and that he appears to be unwilling to call for the elimination of the legislative filibuster. Moderates within the party can't believe that Biden didn't lean more heavily on House and Senate leadership to get the "hard" infrastructure bill passed -- and seems to still not have a plan on how to get liberals on board to vote for the bill.
All of it looks bad. It looks as though, even with his party in control of everything, Biden can't make good on his promises to the public.
(Sidebar: Democrats are far less in control of Washington than it might seem to the average observer; narrow majorities in the House and Senate coupled with the existence of the legislative filibuster tie the party's hands more often than not.)
But what's clear is this: Democratic waffling about what to pass -- if anything -- of Biden's agenda badly handicaps their chances of holding on to the majority that they barely cling to at the moment. In politics, doing nothing -- when voters expect you to do, well, something, is a recipe for political disaster.
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3 hours ago, Highmark said:

They were afraid a non-actor would say "let's go Brandon."  :lol:  

No, even worse they would come in with pro Trump won shirts.:lol:

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22 minutes ago, ArcticCrusher said:

No, even worse they would come in with pro Trump won shirts.:lol:

Lol, remember those kids ? That was great. 

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17 hours ago, Edmo said:

The funny part to me is who do they think they’re fooling with all this? Nobody is buying it, It was called out immediately. 

Easy, MC probably tried to audition for one of the parts until he found out he was too old and AFJ and Snacks will be along shortly to say what a great thing this is for the country and how the VP deserves an award for her excellent work to date.

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19 hours ago, Highmark said:

They were afraid a non-actor would say "let's go Brandon."  :lol:  

Ok what is this "go Brandon" stuff not up on the latest trends:dunno:

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