VIDEO: Kamala Gets Brutally Humiliated on Camera

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – Last Friday, Vice President Kamala Harris was caught on camera as she danced to a Puerto Rican song protesting her visit until one of her aides translated what the song was about to her. The song lyrics reference Haiti and Palestine. 

Harris first made remarks in the capital of Puerto Rico before visiting the Goyoco community center in San Juan’s Santurce neighborhood. During her visit, she also took a tour where he heard from community leaders and staff members. Harris’ motorcade was greeted by many demonstrators who had stood on the sidewalk. Some of the demonstrators had held up a sign calling the vice president a “war criminal” while a different sign stated that Israel and the USA were “genocidal.” 

While Harris stepped out into the community center courtyard, there was a six-person musician group playing. The poll cameras caught the moment that Harris started nodding along to the music and clapping her hands. However, she swiftly stopped after one of her aides translated what the bank was singing about. 

Next to Harris was La Goyco executive director Mariana Reyes as well as Hispanic Federation president Frankie Miranda. 

The band in its song questioned why Harris had come to Puerto Rico and added “Long live Free Palestine and Haiti too!” This was also shared by the Republican National Committee account. 

Harris was quick to stop clapping after finding out what the song was about and folded her hands while only slightly nodding as the song continued. 


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