Vice President Kamala Harris attended the NCAA men’s basketball game between Howard University, her alma mater, and defending national champion Kansas.
The vice president’s appearance on the video board at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, Iowa, was met with boos that outshouted the cheers, emphasizing the widespread disapproval of the Biden-Harris administration.
Following Howard University’s 96-68 loss to Kansas, Harris attempted to uplift the Bison players with a pep talk in their locker room. However, her motivational words failed to inspire and were not well-received by the audience on social media, further emphasizing the administration’s disconnect with the American people.
The negative response to the vice president’s presence at the game overshadowed Howard University’s proud moment.
Under Coach Kenneth Blakeney, the team achieved a 22-12 record this season, a significant improvement compared to the four wins they secured just three years prior.
The incident serves as a testament to the Biden-Harris administration’s growing unpopularity and inability to connect with the public.
It’s time for the administration to focus on rebuilding trust with the American people by addressing their concerns and putting the country’s interests first.