Cackling Kamala drops “f bomb” to appease the young vote

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In a recent display of political prowess, Vice President Harris decided to grace the ears of young Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander individuals with some choice vocabulary. The occasion? The annual Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies Legislative Leadership summit. Classy, right?

aiming to win the hearts of America’s youth with wisdom and poise, Harris decided to spice things up with an f-bomb. Yes, you read that correctly. In a moment that surely made the founding fathers roll over in their graves, Harris dropped the bomb, quite literally, prompting applause from her audience. Because what better way to inspire the next generation than with a well-placed swear word?

“We have to know that sometimes people will open the door for you and leave it open. Sometimes they won’t, and then you need to kick that f‑‑‑ing door down,” declared Harris, in a moment that would make even the most seasoned sailor blush.

But don’t worry, folks, she quickly followed up with an “Excuse my language,” as if that somehow makes it all okay. Bravo, Madam Vice President, bravo.But the spectacle didn’t end there. Oh no, it got even better. Actor and comedian Jimmy O. Yang, presumably sensing the gravity of the moment, suggested they make T-shirts with Harris’s newfound catchphrase. Because nothing screams “presidential” like merchandise featuring profanity, right?

Now, you might be wondering, what prompted this sudden outburst of linguistic rebellion? Well, apparently, it was all part of a conversation about breaking barriers. Because clearly, the best way to shatter glass ceilings is with a well-timed expletive.

As Harris reflected on her own experience as the first Black American and South Asian American vice president, she waxed poetic about the trials and tribulations of, you guessed it, breaking stuff.”Here’s the thing about breaking barriers. Breaking barriers does not mean you start on one side of the barrier and you end up on the other side.

There’s breaking involved, and when you break things you get cut. And you may bleed. And it is worth it every time,” mused Harris, as if she were imparting ancient wisdom upon her disciples.

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 But fear not, dear reader, for Harris’s linguistic acrobatics were not in vain. Oh no, they were part of a grand strategy to court the elusive young voter demographic.

Because nothing says “I’m hip and relatable” like dropping an f-bomb in front of a crowd of impressionable youths, right?

Indeed, the timing of Harris’s appearance couldn’t have been more perfect. As the Biden administration celebrates Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, what better way to honor the occasion than with a healthy dose of profanity? Because nothing says “cultural celebration” like swearing in public.

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And let’s not forget the pièce de résistance: the Biden-Harris reelection campaign’s $14 million ad campaign aimed at reaching Black, Latino, and Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander voters.

Because apparently, the key to winning over diverse communities is through a barrage of flashy ads and, you guessed it, more swearing.So there you have it, folks.

In a desperate bid to appeal to the youth vote, Vice President Harris has resorted to dropping f-bombs and making T-shirts with profanity-laden slogans. Because who needs dignity and decorum when you can have cheap theatrics and juvenile antics? Well done, Madam Vice President, well done indeed.