(FiveNation.com)- President Joe Biden has developed a habit of handing over his responsibilities for Vice President Kamala Harris, leaving the far-left former Senator to meet, greet, and call foreign diplomats and world leaders. And recently, when President Biden told VP Harris to welcome Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga to the White House on Friday, she appeared to trash her home country for a full minute.
Standing right next to the Japanese leader, who was waiting to be introduced, Vice President Harris trashed the United States as an inherently violent place.
“Good morning! I briefly want to discuss the tragedy that occurred in Indianapolis last night. Yet again we have families in our country that are grieving the loss of their family members because of gun violence,” Harris said, as the Japanese PM stood there…awkwardly.
Her rant about the Second Amendment and how Congress and the White House must do more to restrict Americans’ Second Amendment rights went on for a painful amount of time, as you can see in the clip below.
She eventually got to introducing the Japanese PM.
President Biden eventually turned up, too, hosting a dinner at the White House to discuss increasing tensions with China.
Suga is the first foreign leader to meet with the new president, and reports suggest that they privately discussed “anti-Asian prejudice in the United States.”
So Vice President Harris welcomed the Japanese PM by complaining about Americans, and then President Joe Biden greeted the Japanese PM by complaining about Americans…over dinner.
The New York Post reported that the president promised to work together with Japan to end the COVID-19 pandemic, which is already waning thanks to the vaccines developed courtesy of President Trump’s Operation Warp Speed.
The Japanese PM also offered Vice President Harris to assist with her efforts to control the migrant crisis. After being appointed to oversee the crisis by President Joe Biden, Vice President Harris has yet to visit the border and see the problem for herself, instead promising to work with the “Northern Triangle” countries to deal with what she says are the “root causes.”
Suga said that Japan would help to improve the quality of life in the Northern Triangle countries to stem the flow of people leaving for the United States.