VP Harris Claps Obliviously To Song Criticizing Her In Puerto Rico

Vice President Kamala Harris experienced an embarrassing moment on Friday when she visited Puerto Rico. As she exited the Goyoco community center, a man started singing. She appeared to enjoy the song, clapping along to the rhythm, that is, until she realized that the song was protesting her visit.

The video shows a man singing in Spanish as drums begin to play. Getting into the rhythm, Harris and Frankie Miranda, the Hispanic Federation President, started clapping along.

Harris appeared to be enjoying the music until Mariana Reyes, the center’s executive director whispered something to the vice president, probably that the song was in protest.

After Reyes was done whispering, Harris suddenly stopped clapping and stood there.

“We want to know, Kamala, what did you come here for? We want to know,” sang the male protestor.

“The vice president is here making history. We want to know what she thinks of the colony,” he added. “Long live Free Palestine and Haiti, too.”

To make things even more awkward for Harris, she greeted the protestors before they performed the song.

Harris’ visit was to show off the Biden administration’s actions to support the U.S. territory’s recovery efforts after Hurricane Maria devastated the area in 2017.

“What we all need to do then is just supply the community and the talent here with the capacity and the resources,” Harris said in a statement. “President Joe Biden and I have been very intentional about what we are doing for the leaders and the people and the families of Puerto Rico.”

“So far, our administration has invested over $140 billion in Puerto Rico,” she added.
Harris was accompanied by the Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm and Deputy Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Adrianne Todman, according to Fox News.
The trip was full of protesters. Some burned American flags and held signs such as one that read “Kamala Harris War Criminal.”

If Harris thought her weekend couldn’t get worse, it did on Saturday. The vice president visited Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the site of the deadly Parkland shooting in 2018. Parents of the victims criticized Harris for using their tragedy as a photo op.

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