“Harris herself tracks political players and reporters whom she thinks don’t fully understand her or appreciate her life experience,” wrote The Atlantic’s Edward-Issac Dovere.
She also apparently turns down opportunities to answer questions from reporters or participate in interviews. She was displeased after a Washington Post reporter posted on social media during a visit to Howard University that there were “screeches” of welcome from her sorority sisters.
It doesn’t help that Harris that during her failed 2020 presidential campaign she tried (and failed) to connect with people via forced, awkward cooking videos and dance moves.
And then there is her notoriously inappropriate cackling.
“Is there something wrong with her?” former President Trump said in an interview with 60 Minutes. “She kept laughing. At very serious questions.”
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy also attacked Harris for laughing when reporters asked if she would travel to the border to deal with the migrant crisis. “While VP Harris laughs off a humanitarian crisis of epic proportions, Republicans are focused on securing the border and responding to the needs of our Border Patrol agents on the front lines,” he wrote on social media.
Harris doesn’t like unfavorable media coverage, but she doesn’t give even the sycophantic leftist activists in the press anything favorable to work with.