Megyn Kelly said she saw one terrible video that made her feel sorry for Kamala Harris

Polls show Kamala Harris is the most unpopular Vice President in at least the last 50 years.

Thanks to her awkward social skills and off-putting cackle, Harris is now a national punchline.

But Megyn Kelly said she saw one terrible video that made her feel sorry for Kamala Harris.

Harris appearance on the Drew Barrymore Show goes viral for all the wrong reasons

No matter what Kamala does, she ends up a laughingstock.

That’s true in instances where she doesn’t even do anything wrong.

In this case it was former Hollywood actress and show host Drew Barrymore who made Harris look like a fool.

Barrymore created a cringe inducing moment when she told Harris that everyone in the world needed motherly love at the moment.

“I keep thinking in my head that we all need a mom. I’ve been thinking that we really all need a tremendous hug in the world right now,” Barrymore stated.

That’s when Barrymore told the clearly uncomfortable-looking Harris that she needed to be the “Momala of the country.”

Megyn Kelly admits sympathy for Kamala Harris

There’s a lot to dislike about Kamala Harris.

Harris utterly failed as Joe Biden’s border czar.

And Harris is the face of the administration’s abortion-on-demand messaging.

But even a harsh critic like Megyn Kelly admitted she felt bad for Harris watching Barrymore’s patronizing fangirl act play out.

“I felt for Kamala Harris, I did. I felt bad for her. You could tell she had embarrassment. I had secondhand embarrassment. You could tell it was too awkward of an invasion of her personal space, but this was Drew’s attempt to show, ‘I’m Oprah!’” Kelly stated.

Kelly explained that at least Oprah “didn’t have to force a fake, feigned intimacy.”

Kelly added that the “Momala” nickname especially didn’t fit Harris who had no mother vibe about her.

“Momala” of the country, because there’s “nothing warm and fuzzy and comforting about Kamala Harris,” Kelly continued.

And it was Barrymore’s introduction of Harris that summed up her political problems.

Identity politics are still at the root of Harris’ issues

Barrymore announced Harris to the crowd as the “first black, first South-Asian, and, yes, first female Vice President.”

“I just threw up a little in my mouth,” Kelly told listeners after watching how Barrymore brought Harris onto the show.

Joe Biden only picked Harris as his running mate because she checked the right race and gender boxes.

And four years later, the best thing anyone can come up with to introduce Harris to the crowd is still focusing on her race and gender because Harris racked up no accomplishments she could hang her hat on.

“Can you imagine how embarrassed you’d be if your introduction included something about your color, like your race? What the f*** are you bringing up her skin color for? You’re so f***ing weird!” Kelly concluded.

*Renewed Right Official Polling*

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