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Kamala Harris Mocked As Her Campaign Sinks

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Kamala Harris Mocked As Her Campaign Sinks

Kamala Harris Mocked As Her Campaign Sinks

Polls indicate Kamala Harris is slipping in popularity nationwide.

"Saturday Night Live" poked fun at the Harris desperation for a meme-able moment.

According to SFGATE, Harris has a tendency to substitute substance for one off quotes and viral moments.

NYMAG reports that Harris's campaign is continuing to sink.

Recently, Harris has had to layoff staff but that hasn't helped save her campaign.

Most of the establishment media has written her off and are just waiting for her to drop out.

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