Kamala Harris made her way back to her hometown of Oakland and to her surprise barely anyone was there to welcome her.
How embarrassing is that?
A video from a local news agency showed a practically empty street awaiting Harris.
Imagine if Trump arrived in Oakland, the whole city would come out to see him.
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
It looks like nobody showed up to greet her except the police who were forced to be there.
Here’s another video of her escort which shows the same thing:
@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
The Gatewaypundit covered the story and had these details to share:
Kamala Harris traveled to Oakland, California on Monday in her first visit to her hometown since Inauguration Day.
Harris traveled to the Bay Area to tour a water treatment facility to promote Joe Biden’s infrastructure proposal.
Virtually no supporters showed up to greet Kamala Harris…in her own hometown – but she got 81 million votes.
It’s not like she tried to sneak back into Oakland either.
Her trip was well announced on different news outlets and social media accounts.
The reality is the people of Oakland just don’t really care that she’s back in town.
CBS San Fransico covered the reason why Harris was in Oakland and released these details:
Kamala Harris was in her hometown of Oakland Monday, returning to the Bay Area to promote the Biden administration’s American Jobs Plan and the need to rebuild the country’s water delivery infrastructure.
Air Force Two arrived at Oakland International Airport from Los Angeles just before 10 a.m. She was greeted at the airport by Lt. Governor Eleni Kounalakis, Senator Alex Padilla — who filled the Senate seat Harris vacated with her election — and Congresswoman Barbara Lee.
She discussed how the new American Jobs Plan would provide an investment of more than $111 billion in the country’s water infrastructure to ensure it’s safe and equitable.