Woman offers a hilariously uncanny impression of Kamala Harris… but watch out AOC!

Vice President Kamala Harris has become a walking, breathing caricature of herself  — with no one to blame but herself after serving up one empty skull word salad after another, proving that she has little grasp of the prevailing issues of the day.

Be it the invasion of millions of illegal immigrants on our southern border with Mexico, inflation, or record-high gas prices, Harris has little to offer outside of platitudes and bromides, frequently coming across like a high school speech student who knows she’s short on meeting a minimum word requirement.

And while the corporate media has largely given Harris a pass, social media is a whole other beast. The vice president is mocked and ridiculed unmercifully on social media every time she lives down to the lowly standard she has established.

But there haven’t been many willing to impersonate Harris — until now.

In a recent offering, a woman offered an uncanny impression of Kamala Harris, while playing off the Fleetwood Mac tune, “Don’t Stop” thinking about tomorrow. Her performance is rip-snortingly hilarious:

Turns out, the artist above is Elsa Kurt, host of the Elsa Kurt Show and the Writer’s Tribe talk show, and she is enjoying all the attention:

And here’s some encouraging news, Kurt is working on her AOC impersonation… and is off to a really good start!

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

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