“Vice President Kamala Harris made a surprise appearance at the Pride event in Washington on Saturday but it was one of her protectors who drew the attention of many Twitter users.
Any time a president or vice president mingles with the public becomes a challenge for those charged with guarding them – simply because the situation is less under security’s control.
Much of the Twitter attention was directed at a Secret Service agent near the vice president, a tall man in sunglasses who was seen behind Harris in photos and videos as she traversed the parade area.”
Comment: Go home and wait for Joe to croak pl
Sadly, this considered leadership in today’s America.
BTW, when she does that nervous laugh, she sounds like the Wicked Witch of the West..lol
It’s a San Francisco thing, for Ms Harris.
I like the sourdough bread.
SWMBO raves about Boudin’s sourdough bread at the wharf. Can’t get it up here but she buys their sourdough starter by mail once a year and makes her own. Supposedly brought over by a forty-niner, which would make it at least 170 years old or older. Pretty good stuff even for a ham-on-rye guy like me.
Travel tip for Central Coast California: Bob’s Well Bread
It’s the real deal – can be shipped with cautions
There’s a whacky old classic film entitled, It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World in which the British comedian Terry Thomas’ character presciently rants about “every other Tuesday” being some sort of Mother’s Day in America. Nowadays, in real life, it seems like every other month is either Black History Month, Women’s History Month, Gay Pride Month, etc., etc., etc. VP Harris probably felt compelled to seek the warm embrace of tried and true, partisan, gay constituents especially after the widespread criticisms she’s received of late. Here’s the movie scene I’m referring to (the entire film is a riot, especially Jonathan Winters’ performance):
oh man is that not a classic movie.saw it when it came out.i had tears running from laughter.
it’s that and “birdy num num”
Ja, that movie is fabulous. It’s a cattle call of all manner of old time stars. I particularly loved Ethel Merman as every man’s nightmare mother in law, and Jonathan Winters going postal at the gas station.
Although not common knowledge, our VP did visit the border in company with Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO):