Kamala Harris misses the mark by 40 YEARS while preaching NCAA women’s basketball brackets

Vice President Kamal Harris will never be mistaken as the sharpest knife in the drawer, although she stands a fair chance, with every rising sun, of becoming president of the most powerful nation in world history.

What Harris is good at is perpetuating a victimhood mentality, which her party relies on to lead young, ill-informed voters around by their noses. On that note, the vice president is no student of politics, or she would have known that Barack Obama has been filling out a NCAA women’s basketball for better than a decade when she declared that the tournament just came into being in 2022.

On Thursday, Harris traveled to Charlotte to announce the selection of recipients for $20 billion in federal funding for climate and clean energy projects across the country, and she opted to provide a history lesson on how sexist America is as a country — par for the course today, the one delivering the lesson is clueless on actual history.

“Do you know, a bit of a history lesson, that the women’s teams were not allowed to have brackets until 2022? Think about that,” Harris said. “Talk about progress, better late than never. Because what that has done, how we love March Madness, and even just now allowing the women to have brackets and what that does to encourage people to talk about the women’s teams, to watch them, and now they’re being covered.”

Sadly, the reporter was just as clueless as he nodded along in agreement. What did happen in 2022 is that the “March Madness” copyright was extended to the NCAA women’s basketball postseason.

“The first NCAA Women’s Tournament took place in 1982 where 32 teams were seeded and put into a bracket just like we see the 68-team field bracketed today,” Outkick reported. “Harris was 17-years-old when the first NCAA women’s tournament bracket was put together. One would imagine she would remember such a big day in women’s sports, but then again, she did not need the talking point back then as a teenager.”

Hell, even her own husband, second gentleman Doug Emhoff, TAGGED her in 2021 when he filled out his NCAA women’s basketball bracket.

Somewhere, you know Dan Quayle is almost certainly breathing a sigh of relief that he will no longer be thought of as the dumbest vice president in U.S. history.

Here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story, as seen on X:

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