Harris uses Buffalo funeral speech to paint America as a ‘hateful,’ racist country

Vice President Harris doesn’t appear to be a big fan of the country that she represents, at least according to her latest speech, in which she ridiculed America as a “hateful” country full of racists.

The Democrats’ standard playbook after any mass tragedy, especially mass shootings, and especially ones that have any hint of a race element, like the one in Buffalo, New York, is to exploit it for political gain, which is especially crucial right now with the November midterms around the corner. 

Harris, after she attended a funeral service for the victims of the Buffalo shooting, which was carried out by a deranged, lone-wolf white supremacist teenager, used the tragedy to paint America as a hateful, nasty place.

“I cannot even begin to express our collective pain as a nation for what you are feeling in such an extreme way,” Harris said.

She added: “To not only lose someone that you love, but through an act of extreme violence and hate. And I do believe that our nation right now is experiencing the epidemic of hate.”

If that wasn’t enough, the cackling veep went on to call for an “assault weapons ban” as she made her way to Air Force 2, as if stricter gun laws somehow translate to lower rates of gun violence. One only needs to look at gun violence crime stats in Chicago — home of the strictest gun laws in the country — to prove that criminal killers don’t abide by gun laws — at all.

“We are not sitting around waiting to figure out what the solution looks like. You know, we’re not looking for a vaccine. We know what works on this,” she said to reporters at the airport, “Let’s have an assault weapons ban.”

She went on to provide a history of what she and Dems call “assault weapons,” and it’s always cringe-worthy to listen to a non-gun person attempt to be an expert on guns.

Democrats are clearly looking for any angle to win back lost support from their constituents as the November midterms near, but it’s doubtful that their tactics will work in time to change the inevitable.