Does Kamala even do anything?
Early Wednesday Vice President Harris said that the Republican heckling during the State of the Union address on Tuesday should be dismissed as “theatrics.”
In a speech with ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Harris argued that there was a lot going on in that room but that it was mostly “theatrics.” On early Wednesday Harris also gave a different interview on “CBS Mornings’ ‘ where she noted that Bdien’s focus remained on the American people and not on the “gamesmanship that was played” during the State of the Union address.
During the ABC interview, she continued to say that when it comes to actual work, Biden’s bipartisan work was proof of that.
Harris said that Biden is committed to working for all Americans across the aisle, he added that there would be no stop to the President’s efforts regardless of how cynical certain people chose to be about it. To point towards Biden’s bipartisan efforts, Harris spoke about the infrastructure bill which would help fund many projects across the nation, as well as the gun safety bill signed last summer following the Uvalde, Texas school shooting.
GOP lawmakers and House Republicans were extremely loud during the state of the Union address and shouted throughout the President’s speech.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) also called Biden a “liar,” over his claims that the Republicans were looking to get rid of both Social Security and Medicare. Many other GOP members also started shouting following those comments.
Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) did not participate in these theatrics remaining neutral in his speech. He had previously called on all GOP members to be respectful during the address.