Kamala Harris Name Reported Wrong

(PatriotWise.com)- Kamala Harris is such a non-entity on the world stage, a newspaper in Zambia doesn’t even know how to spell her name.

After Vice President Harris met with Zambia’s President Hakainde Hichilema, the Times of Zambia ran a headline on September 24 that read “Kamara Hosts HH.”


You have to admit, it’s rather funny.

Of course the bigger embarrassment is that once again a leading head of state is met, not by our head of state, but by his backup dancer Kamara Kamala Harris.

Because nothing says “You matter to us” quite like sticking President Hichilema with Biden’s underling.

The White House sure is trying to boost Vice President Harris’ public profile. And considering that Zambia doesn’t even know her name it’s pretty clear they have their work cut out for them.

It was reported last week that Kamala’s office has hired two new consultants to try and boost her public image in order to put her on better footing in 2024.

According to the Washington Post, Kamala Harris is trying to “move from history-maker to Biden’s heir apparent.” Which might explain why she hasn’t done squat about the crisis at the border. Kamala is far more interested in saving her political aspirations than actually doing her job.

Now, she definitely has some major hurdles. Like her boss, Kamala’s approval numbers are underwater. In fact, she is the only vice president in history to poll underwater eight months into her first term.

In order to change her public image, the Washington Post reports that she has hired two new people whose job is “to focus on organization development, strategic communications, and long-term planning.”

That translates into regular English as “We need to change public perception so Americans stop hating her.”

Long and short of it is, while the border invasion continues unfettered, Kamala’s team is focused on public relations.

The Post explains that these hires come “amid a sense of anxiety among some Democrats” that Harris’s first eight months as VP have been a disaster.

Yes, they certainly have been a disaster. Just ask Kamara.