Kamala Harris Destroyed After Embarrassing Video Surfaces of Her in France

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A cringeworthy video of Vice President Kamala Harris is going viral.

During a visit to a COVID-19 lab in Paris, critics accuse her of attempting to use a “French accent.”

Harris toured the Institut Pasteur and spoke alongside a group of scientists.

“Is she using a French accent?” Abigail Marone wrote to Twitter, who works as press secretary to Republican Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri.

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Harris’ remarks were slammed as “cringe” on social media.

“There really are no words anymore,” Fox News contributor Joe Concha wrote.

“I wonder if she practiced accents with her child actor friends,” GOP strategist Matt Whitlock said.

“I thought we canceled pepe lepew,” Washington Examiner commentator Becket Adams joked.

“This is what Biden thinks of France, our oldest ally,” CNN contributor Scott Jennings wrote to Twitter.

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She also made comments about how politicians should operate more like scientists.

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“One of the things people in politics and government should really take from the approach of scientists- scientists operate with a hypothesis. I love that,” Harris said on Monday.

“A hypothesis- it’s well-thought-out, it’s well-planned, they start out with a hypothesis and then they test it out knowing invariably, you’re trying something for the first time, there will be glitches, there will be mistakes. Then everyone gets together, no one gets beat up about it, you analyze it- what went wrong, reevaluate, update the hypothesis and start again.”

Harris then pivoted to what politicians do, mocking how they always stick to “The Plan” they campaigned on, but repeatedly appeared to change her dialect whenever she used that phrase.

“In government, we campaign with ‘The Plan,’” Harris said. “Uppercase T, uppercase P, ‘The Plan!’ And then the environment is such we’re expected to defend ‘The Plan’ even when the first time we roll it out there may be some glitches and it’s time to reevaluate and then do it again.”