In one of the multitudes of daily cringeworthy moments in the bizarre world of “Joe and Kamala,” our intrepid president strode (walked like he had a long stick stuck up his — oh, never mind — in “stilted fashion”) down the hall into the office of his indispensable vice president and presented her with a bouquet of flowers on Wednesday, Harris’s 57th birthday. It was a beautiful thing. I’m lying — it was creepy as hell.
Just as humorous were various media takes on the staged propaganda video. Daily Mail, for example:
‘Really? Oh Joe!’ birthday girl Kamala Harris, 57, coos with delight as Biden presents her with a bunch of flowers and a picture of them together as Capitol staffers serenade her with Happy Birthday. But why are they STILL all in masks?
Harris accepted flowers from the president and was serenaded by a roomful of staffers as she celebrated her 57th birthday from the White House on Wednesday.
President Joe Biden held a bouquet and a framed photo of them both as he walked into the vice president’s office in a 34-second video posted on Twitter Wednesday night.
Harris, 57, wore a grey blazer and matching pants and stood behind her desk, laughing at the sight of the commander-in-chief bearing gifts.
CaCkLeS™ laughing? Who knew?
After the cake, JoJo got some ice cream for doing his assignment and Kamala got some fresh Bong Water. https://t.co/Qb14rtZw4P
— PHedge (@politicalHEDGE) October 21, 2021
Incidentally, how bizarre was Harris yelling “Surprise!” at her own “surprise” birthday party? Anyway, the take from Dave Rubin on the Biden-Harris video, as reported by The Blaze, was among my favorites.
On “The Rubin Report” Thursday, BlazeTV host Dave Rubin shared a must-see [34-second] clip of Vice President Kamala Harris. [The tweet ] was tweeted out by President Joe Biden.
The piece of White House propaganda features a masked and vaccinated Joe Biden giving Vice President Harris a bouquet of flowers as she quickly puts on her mask for the strange staged photo op.
Here’s the hilarious clip. I advise you not to swallow anything throughout the 34 seconds.
President Biden presented Vice President Kamala Harris with a bunch of flowers and a picture of them together for her birthday on Wednesday, which she said she’d hang “with great pride.” pic.twitter.com/wIip2EMSk7
— CBS News (@CBSNews) October 21, 2021
I don’t know about you but I was particularly touched by the part where out-of-it Joe presented Kamala with the framed pic of the two of them, prompting Harris to sickeningly lie about how touched by Joe’s gesture she was and that she would hang the picture in her office “with great pride.”
What a crock of crap.
Let’s go to The Babylon Bee for an honest report on how Kamala Harris really feels about Joe Biden.
Kamala Harris Instructed To Stop Answering All Her Phone Calls With ‘Did He Die?’
That, America, is what it is.
Kamala Harris Instructed To Stop Answering All Her Phone Calls With ‘Did He Die?’ https://t.co/vAVmSVn7dh
— The Babylon Bee (@TheBabylonBee) September 18, 2021
Here’s more, from the best satire site on the planet:
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Vice President Kamala Harris has developed a bad habit, which White House staffers are trying to train her to not do. Any time the phone rings in her office in the West Wing, Harris immediately scrambles for it and answers with an expectant, “Did he die?!”
“That’s just not a professional way to answer the phone,” Ronald Klain, President Joe Biden’s Chief of Staff, told her.
“Well, what am I supposed to say?” Harris asked.
The phone rang again. Harris immediately grabbed it and said, “Hello, did he die?”
Klain told her that still wasn’t appropriate.
There was a knock at the door. Harris ran for the door and opened it, yelling, “Did he die, and you’ve come to tell me in person?!” But it was just an Amazon delivery. […]
As we’re more than aware, the best vice president in the history of the United States — as measured by gender and skin color — is not a newcomer to the film industry. Oh, hell no. Let’s take a short RedState trip down memory lane and revisit a few of Harris’s greatest hits, shall we?