Kamala Harris Returns to Hometown of Oakland, Almost No One Shows Up: WATCH
The recipient of 81 million votes with no supporters?
Kamala Harris, the recipient of 81 million votes, traveled to her hometown of Oakland, California in her first visit since Inauguration Day, and hardly anyone showed up.
Harris toured a water treatment facility in the Bay Area to promote Joe Biden’s infrastructure proposal.
There were virtually no supporters for Harris.
Vice President Kamala Harris headed to her home turf in Oakland for the first time since the inauguration. This time, she was touting the American Jobs Program as she visited a water treatment plant and a small business in West Oakland. Neighbors were surprised to see her! pic.twitter.com/A637S2IyCy— Matt Boone (@MattBooneNews) April 5, 2021
But there was a random lady who took a photo of Kamala Harris’s motorcade.
And another woman was surprised to hear Harris was in Oakland today.
Vice President Kamala Harris is taking a tour of the @ebmud Upper San Leandro Water Treatment Plant in Oakland. She’ll then head to a small business and then to a round table discussion with local business leaders. pic.twitter.com/GQYNW27UkF— Matt Boone (@MattBooneNews) April 5, 2021
@VP Visiting East Oakland Business, King Estates Neighborhood first trip— “The Other Little Girl On The Bus” 🚌 (@PorterCarole) April 5, 2021
back home To The Bay as Madame Vice President Kamala Harris! Ms. Shyamala Gopalan Harris, MVP’ mother, bought her first home in East Oakland when MVP was in College. pic.twitter.com/ObHxBaeJ6b
Earlier this year, Harris and her husband Doug Emhoff were greeted by all of two supporters when the couple returned to their Los Angeles home in Brentwood.
In January, former Trump lawyer Sidney Powell pointed out that Trump "had about 80 million votes, and Biden had much less than that, aside from the fact that hundreds of thousands of Biden votes were fraudulent from the get-go."
"There were hundreds of thousands of fraudulent ballots," Powell said.
"There were flipped votes in algorithms run in the various machines and not just the ones from Dominion.”
Since Harris was tapped to front the Southern Border crisis efforts, she still has not made an official press conference.
Last month, Republican Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said Harris was "the worst possible choice” to manage the growing crisis and the U.S-Mexico border.
Ducey said during a speech at the University of Arizona:
“She’s about the worst possible choice that one could make."
“In no point in her career has she given any indication that she considers the border a problem or a serious threat.”