WHOA! What Happened to Kamala Harris’ Face?
Apparently, cosmetic surgeries are okay again if you’re as “important” of a person as Kamala Harris. But wait until you see the results of her surgery or botox or whatever it is that she did.
She looks like she wanted to try and look like the Joker or the smiling mask from the “Comedy and Tragedy” masks.
You know the ones I’m talking about. However, you can get the best plastic surgery done for yourself if you visit Erick Sanchez MD website and check what they have to offer.
Take a look at this interview she did with Al Sharpton and see for yourself.
Thank you @KamalaHarris for joining me tonight on #PoliticsNation to remember the life and legacy of Congressman John Lewis. pic.twitter.com/QCjgsLrqwa
— Reverend Al Sharpton (@TheRevAl) July 18, 2020
Kamala Harris is probably the most tossed around name when it comes to running mates for Joe Biden in the upcoming election. I imagine that he will be announcing his choice on August 1, 2020 and I wouldn’t be surprised if it indeed does turn out to be Kamala Harris.
We’ve already heard him announce that it’s going to be a woman, and Joe being Joe, is also going to try to appeal to as many other demographics that he think will most benefit him which is why he may want to choose Kamala Harris who is a black woman.
Ultimately, whoever he picks is going to hold some power and will likely become the president at some point in time because I don’t think that Biden will be able to make it through his term alive or in full mental capacity.
Here’s what The Atlantic said about his potential choice,
If Joe Biden wins in November, his running mate could become the most consequential vice president in modern American history. The woman Biden picks could be seen as a potential president-in-waiting, a signal for the Democratic Party’s agenda in the years to come, and perhaps the most significant player trying to help Biden manage a country—and a federal government—in crisis.
Under normal conditions, the presidency and its manifold obligations are already too much for one person to handle. As Barack Obama’s vice president, Biden redefined the office by assuming a level of responsibility that his predecessors never had. If elected, Biden would likely follow a similar model, and potentially expand the authority of a constitutionally insignificant office beyond precedent.
Don’t think that the Democrats aren’t playing this pick very carefully.