Video of Harris’ cringe-worthy 2019 Thanksgiving cooking tips goes viral

It’s not a secret that Vice President Kamala Harris is one of the most unpopular, unliked politicians — and vice presidents — in modern American history. Her embarrassing polling numbers prove it on a weekly basis.

Around the Thanksgiving holidays, as Americans struggled to afford common items for holiday get-togethers, a video circulated of then-candidate Harris providing an awkward and cringe-worthy recipe for a Thanksgiving turkey, proving once again that no matter what she says on camera, it’s always hard to watch.

The video footage was originally shared on Thanksgiving in 2019 by The Washington Post’s Jonathan Capehart, according to The Hill, when Harris was the talk of the town and temporarily a popular media darling pick for a possible shot at the White House.

“How much does @KamalaHarris like to cook? She answered my husband’s ? about brining a turkey about 1 min before going on @PoliticsNation from Columbia, SC (after I was on). I recorded her response ’cause I don’t cook and she was speaking a foreign language. ๐Ÿ˜‚ #kamalacooks,” Capehart cheerily wrote at the time.

Little did he, or anyone else know, that Harris’ true colors would soon come through, and lead to her dropping out of the 2020 presidential race barely a month later, as her poll numbers plummeted.

Interestingly, VP Harris is a fan of working in the kitchen, as her YouTube channel is chalked full of various cooking videos, sometimes appearing with former congressional colleagues, and sometimes with famous celebrities.

Harris, who is currently suffering in the polls, has tried a number of methods to boost her public relations popularity, but all efforts have essentially ended in embarrassment. She continues to not take action on the crisis at the southern U.S. border, which experts claim has also drastically affected her polling.

At this point, it’s not a stretch to presume that the Democratic National Committee (DNC) is scrambling to find a viable, likable replacement for Harris, given that in her current position, she would be the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee in 2024.