Kamala Tried To Pass Out Cookies And It BACKFIRED HORRIBLY!


Kamala Harris received a surprising gift from the sycophant media riding along with her en route to Guatemala on Sunday evening. It was an edible selfie, dripping with sweetness, effigy sugar cookies of her.

A tweet from Ronna McDaniel saying “Handing out cookies with her face on them as the border crisis rages… The modern-day equivalent of “let them eat cake.”

The said faceless cookies look like a depicting a classless vice president, have set Twitter ablaze:

Harris mocked by Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) in his Twitter post about how her boss, Joe, isn’t putting her in charge of his new “task force” to address the supply chain issue, saying her “plate must be full…of cookies.”

It’s almost 80 days without any press briefing by the vice president on the crisis at the border. She keeps dodging the question of when, exactly, she plans to visit the ravaged US-Mexico border.

“At some point, you know, we are going to the border,” a defensive Harris told NBC anchor Lester Holt on “Today” in Guatemala on her first international trip since taking office — 1,308 miles away from the southern U.S.-Mexico crossing.

“We’ve been to the border. So this whole thing about the border, we’ve been to the border,” Harris said, to which Holt replied, “You haven’t been to the border.”

Harris was laughing at her joke and responded: “And I haven’t been to Europe. And I mean, I don’t understand the point that you’re making. I’m not discounting the importance of the border.”

Harris’ comments come as Border Patrol continues to be overwhelmed by the crisis, which has seen the largest number of illegal immigrants since 2006 infiltrate the U.S. this fiscal year.

Nearly 900,000 migrants were stopped by Customs and Border Protection from Oct. 1 to May 31, according to preliminary data obtained by Axios on Monday.

Maybe another set of cookies would make those pesky reporters off her back about it—time to pre-heat the oven.

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Sources: 100 Percent Fed Up, NBC Today, New York Post