Kamala Harris sends congrats in letter to Dylan Mulvaney on 365 days of being a ‘girl’

Vice President Kamala Harris doesn’t have the time or any answers to the wide open southern border, where well over 5 million illegal immigrants have poured into the U.S. since she was appointed border czar, but she apparently has time to congratulate Dylan Mulvaney for reaching the one year milestone as a “girl.”

Mulvaney is a biological male who has become a TikTok star while documenting a journey of being a girl and is widely embraced by the left despite an over-the-top portrayal of a woman that many see as outright mockery. Last week, actress and talk show host Drew Barrymore disgracefully kneeled before Mulvaney in a sad display of fealty that many marked as a “win for the patriarchy.”

It seems Harris sent Mulvaney, who not too long ago visited the White House to meet President Joe Biden, a letter marking 365 days of acting like a woman.

“Dear Dylan, I send you my warmest greetings as you celebrate your 365th day of living authentically,” the letter begins.

“Thank you for courageously sharing your story and your journey,” the missive continued. “I appreciate your continued advocacy for transgender equality, including during your visit to the White House last year. Through your work as an activist and advocate for the LGBTQ+ community, you continue to break barriers and inspire young people across our Nation and around the world.”

The vice president then touted the “incredible progress” made in advancing the LGBTQ+ agenda, before declaring the fight is “far from over” — the latest stage of that fight apparently being the battle to expose children to queer theory and sexually inappropriate drag shows.

“Our Administration stands with the LGBTQI+ community in the ongoing struggle for true equity and equality and against hate and discrimination in all forms. I am grateful for your dedication and courage, and I hope you continue to use your platform to spread positivity and create change. I look forward to seeing all that you will accomplish in the future,” Harris concluded.

The reported letter is dated March 13, 2023, and is not the only important work Kamala Harris has engaged in lately.

On Saturday, Harris teamed up with Glamour magazine to cohost a brunch to celebrate Women’s History Month at the vice president’s residence in Washington, D.C. — the left reserves the right to celebrate women even if they can’t DEFINE what a woman is.

Here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story from Twitter:

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