Democrats are trying to salvage Kamala Harris’ political prospects ahead of the 2024 election.
But leftists got some bad news.
And Kamala Harris just heard the one response that let her know her career is over.
Kamala Harris traveled to Des Moines, Iowa to watch her alma mater – the 16th seeded Howard Bison – take on top seeded Kansas Jayhawks in the First Round of the 2023 NCAA Tournament.
Kansas thrashed Howard 96 to 68 sending the Bison home.
That wasn’t really unexpected as a number one seed only lost one time to a 16th seed.
What did make news was the reaction Harris received from the fans in attendance who booed while the arena put Harris’ face up on one of the big screens.
Apparently, Vice President Kamala Harris is here in Wells Fargo Arena to support her alma mater, Howard.
They just put her up on the big screen and the a good portion of the arena started to boo lmao Iowa at its finest
— Eliot Clough (@EliotClough) March 16, 2023
After the game, Harris showed up in the Bison locker room to praise the team’s effort.
“You played hard. You played to the very last second. You made all us Bisons proud,” Harris stated. “You are smart. You are disciplined. You put everything you had into the game. You guys did not stop, and that is so inspiring. So you keep playing with chin up and shoulders back because you showed the world who Bison are.”
Harris showing up at the NCAA Tournament after appearing on Stephen Colbert’s late night show was part of an image rehab attempt Democrats know they need to make.
Polls show fewer than 40 percent of Americans approve of Harris as Vice President and Democrats are worried Harris’ unpopularity will serve as a drag on the ticket.
Putting Harris in situations to humanize her did not work as multiple Democrats running for re-election declined to endorse Harris in 2024.
“You’re asking the wrong person, I’m not a Democrat . . . I’m an Independent, so you should ask that question to a Democrat,” Maine Senator Angus King declared.
King’s non-endorsement stood out as Maine is a blue state and King should see no downside to backing Harris.
Democrats in red states could not run away from Harris fast enough.
“I don’t focus on things like that. I’m focused on East Palestine and there was just a Norfolk Southern death, and I’m much more interested in that than questions like that,” Ohio Democrat Sherrod Brown stated.
“I’m not talking about that, I’m sorry,” West Virginia’s Joe Manchin said to NewsNation’s Chris Cuomo adding that he would be “for the right person when they’re running.”
Kamala Harris is clearly a political problem for Democrats, and no one has found any solution to this crisis.