Kamala Harris response to staffers allegations: “I love people”

Kamala Harris is the least authentic politician in America, so I was interested to see how she was going to paper over the recent resignations of multiple staff members, along with the allegations of bullying and toxic workplace behavior.

In an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle, Harris attempted to address the scandal, and the result was Kamala at her awkward worst: “I love people” she said.

That’s exactly what a politician-bot would say if its software was glitching.

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The famous Flatiron Building in New York has a long and interesting history. One unpleasant feature of the building was the strong winds that whipped around it and harassed pedestrians at 23rd street, thus originating the term “23 Skiddoo.”

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Courage is contagious. When a brave man takes a stand, the spines of others are often stiffened. – Billy Graham