Let’s face it, Kamala Harris is a complete weirdo.

It seems like every day, her behavior is becoming more and more bizarre, especially in this clip where she’s seen squirming around like a snake while talking about the vaccine.

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I’m sure any “body language” expert would agree that Kamala looks extremely uncomfortable discussing the “Bible.”

Is she having a self-appointed exorcism?

And forget the weird squirming for a moment, how about her bizarre delivery?

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Trying to convince Americans to get this vaccine by using “religion” is like trying to convince a woman wearing white gloves to eat a ketchup popsicle.

It ain’t happening, lady – you look demonic and sound phony.

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They should’ve really thought of someone better than Kamala Harris to start tiring to peddle this vaccine like a Baptist preacher.

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Here are some of the comments:

“Um, this is weird.” 

“What’s creepier this clip or the vaccine?”

“She looks like she’s the bride of Satan.” 

“Why is she moving around all weirdish?” 

It’s awkward for her and it’s really awkward for us.

As it stands now, she and Joe should take a back seat, otherwise, Americans will never buy into this.

This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.

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