Kamala Harris has a rough first year as Vice President.
She’s not the rock star many in the Democrat Party hoped she’d be, and she continues to hide or laugh uncomfortably when she doesn’t want to address a topic.
But recently Kamala Harris got roasted for acting really weird around children and it was downright creepy.
A YouTube series entitled Get Curious with Vice President Harris released its first episode this week and the reception probably wasn’t what they expected.
In the first episode, Harris is shown talking with 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.
The video was described by many in the “Twittersphere” as “cringy.”
Harris’s mannerisms throughout the video appear overly animated as she tries to talk to the children.
Later, it was revealed that the children actually auditioned for the series.
One of the child actors told a local news affiliate that he submitted a monologue and was interviewed before he was picked.
According to a White House official, Harris’ office did not select the children who appeared in the office.
The Internet was abuzz after the first episode was released with many comparing it to the hit HBO show Veep, which is based on an incompetent Vice President and her bumbling team.
It also didn’t go unnoticed that the production company was from Canada and its name was Sinking Ship Entertainment.
“The production company is called ‘Sinking Ship’ – not a joke – and is based in Canada,” one Twitter user posted.
“Stop it. I just heard the children in the cringe worthy video with Kamala Harris were child actors. Everything in the Biden admin is fake,” wrote one critic.
Another declared that Harris was “faker than Hillary Clinton.”
It doesn’t look as if this went the way Harris likely hoped.
If this was her way of trying to get the American public to warm up to her, it failed miserably, and she even had hired actors.
Whatever the goal was they missed it by a mile.
Stay tuned to Right News Wire for any updates to this ongoing story.