VIDEO: Did A Man Lean In And Smell Kamala Harris During Live NCAA Game?

A man leaned in behind Vice President Kamala Harris at the NCAA Howard vs. Kansas basketball game today, swiftly attracting attention on social media.
Harris attended the game as an alum who graduated in 1986 with a degree in political science and economics.
During the contest, a man standing behind Harris was caught on camera leaning in to her, leading many to believe he was smelling her.

However, a full angle of the video makes it appear that the man leaning in so that another woman standing behind Harris could whisper in his ear.
It does not appear that the man was actually smelling Harris, nonetheless, the humorous idea quickly took off on social media.

Some dude just got caught on live television sniffing Kamala Harris ????
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) March 16, 2023

Does Joe Biden have a forgotten son or something because some guy was just caught sniffing Kamala
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) March 16, 2023

The incident quickly attracted attention on social media. Some drew attention to President Joe Biden’s habit of smelling women, and drew a comparison between the two.

— PoliticalPuertoRican ???????????????? (@CommonSensaye) March 16, 2023
— Lauren3ve (@Lauren3veMemes) March 16, 2023

— Brick Suit (@Brick_Suit) March 16, 2023

“Well, sincerely, we hope he’s going to be okay,” Fox’s Tucker Carlson said last year following Biden’s Covid diagnosis. “We do know he’s going to lose his sense of smell, maybe forever. What does that mean? No more sniffing little girls.”

“If you’re Joe Biden and your main source of pleasure at this late stage in your life is sniffing the hair of unsuspecting, defenseless little girls and now you can’t even smell it, imagine that,” Carlson continued. “Let’s say you’re riding your bike and you see a little girl and you think ‘I’d love to sniff her hair. Oh, man. No sense of smell.’”

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Trump Vows To Iowa Mom He’ll Purge ‘Insane’ Wokeness Infesting Public Schools

45th President Donald Trump participated in a live Q&A session with supporters during his pre-campaign rally in Iowa last night.
The first topic that Trump addressed was the issue of left-wing gender and race ideology being taught in public schools.
“As a member of Moms for Liberty, parental rights and education are top priorities,” an Iowa mother told Trump. “It seems like schools are becoming indoctrination camps, where they’re focused on sexualizing our children and it’s just not right.”

BREAKING: Donald Trump starts taking questions from the audience at his Iowa campaign rally.
— ALX ?? (@alx) March 14, 2023

“How do we get back to the basics in the classroom, teaching reading, writing – ” the women asked.
“And arithmetic,” Trump said, finishing her sentence. The president went on to describe himself as a “voice of common sense.”

Trump continued, “And with education, almost in many ways easier than other things, we have to get back to common sense, and that is reading, writing, arithmetic. What they’re teaching in schools today is insane. And most people understand it, even the people that want it. They understand it. So we’re gonna do something.”
“A lot of it has to do with your governors, and the people that are leading your states, you know, they’re gonna be given free reign to do what they wanna do,” Trump said, before praising Iowa governor Kim Reynolds.
The 45th President also accused Florida governor RonDeSantis of being a “disciple” of former House Speaker Paul Ryan, who President Trump called a “RINO loser.”

“Ron was a disciple of Paul Ryan,” Trump stated as his supporters booed Ryan’s name. “Who is a RINO loser who currently is currently destroying Fox and would constantly vote against entitlements. He would just vote against them.”
President Trump said Ryan was largely responsible for Romney’s failed 2012 presidential run.
“Paul Ryan is a big reason that Mitt Romney, I’m not a big fan of Mitt Romney, lost his election. And to be honest with you, Ron reminds me a lot of Mitt Romney! So I don’t think you’re going to be doing so well here,” said President Trump.

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Republicans Force Vote On ‘Parental Bill Of Rights’ After Biden DOJ Called Parents Terrorists

House Republicans have responded to the letter released by Attorney General Merrick Garland two years ago suggesting that parents who speak up during school board meetings may be considered domestic terrorists, by setting up a vote on the Parents Bill of Rights Act next week.
The bill is designed to give parents greater knowledge and accountability when it comes to their children’s education. It will require school districts to provide parents with a more thorough understanding of what their children are being taught in schools, allowing them to better communicate with educators about any issues relating to educational standards and curriculum.
Moreover, the Parents Bill of Rights Act will ensure that parents have a voice in school board meetings and can share their concerns without fear of being labeled as terrorists. It also seeks to provide greater transparency from educators in terms of how they manage student curriculums and respond to parental feedback.

“For too long, parents were kept in the dark about what was happening in the classroom,” House Education and the Workforce Committee Chairwoman Virginia Foxx (R-NC) stated last week after her committee approved the bill.
“When kitchen tables became classrooms and parents spoke out about what was actually being taught, they were silenced or ignored by teachers unions and education bureaucrats; the Secretary of Education even solicited a letter to brand these parents as domestic terrorists,” added.
“That kind of insanity ends with this bill,” Foxx said. “Parents will finally be empowered to examine classroom curricula and protect the safety and privacy of their children without fear of being targeted by the federal government.”

Regarding the “Parental Bill of Rights,” Rep. Steve Scalise wrote last year that, “As millions of children struggled with remote and distanced learning, the Biden administration coordinated with teachers union bosses – instead of parents – and re-wrote critical portions of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s school reopening guidance. This came after the union bosses complained that the guidance was too favorable towards opening schools.”

Americans want:– Cheaper gas– Safer communities– Lower costs– A secure border– Freedom
Republicans have a plan to get all that back.
It’s our Commitment to America.
— Steve Scalise (@SteveScalise) September 23, 2022

Thus, “By passing a Parents’ Bill of Rights, parents will have a stronger voice, and it will be easier for them to get involved with their kids’ education.”

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‘I Am Your Retribution’: Trump Promises To ‘Totally Obliterate The Deep State’ In 2024

President Donald Trump delivered a keynote address at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday, telling supporters he will stay in the 2024 race even if indicted, and will serve as “retribution” against those who “wronged” his supporters.
“In 2016, I declared I am your voice. Today I add: I am your warrior. I am your justice, and for those who have been wronged and betrayed, I am your retribution,” Trump stated.
“This is the final battle, they know it. I know it, you know it, and everybody knows it, this is it,” Trump said. “Either they win or we win. And if they win, we no longer have a country.”

“People are tired of RINOs and globalists; they want to see America first. That’s what they want. It’s not too complicated,” the former president added.
Trump went on to declare that “The Republican party was ruled by freaks, neocons, open border zealots and fools,” and promised, “We’re never going back to the party of Paul Ryan, Karl Rove, and Jeb Bush.”

President Trump At CPAC
“I am your warrior, I am your justice, and for those who have been wronged and betrayed, I am your retribution.”
“I will totally obliterate the Deep State.”
— The Columbia Bugle ?? (@ColumbiaBugle) March 4, 2023

“We’re not going back to people that want to destroy our great social security system,” the 45th POTUS concluded. “Even some in our own party, I wonder who that might be. That want to raise the minimum age of social security to 70, 75 or even 80 in some cases, and then a route to cut Medicare to a level that it will no longer be recognizable.”
An Emerson College poll has revealed a potential outcome for the 2024 Presidential election. The survey found that former President Donald Trump would beat current President Joe Biden in the election, while GOP hopefuls like Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley would lose.
The poll revealed that if the election were held today, 46 percent of people would vote for Trump while 42 percent would vote for Biden. Seven percent of people said they would vote for somebody else and 5 percent said they were undecided. This is similar to last month’s poll results, which showed 44 percent voting for Trump and 41 percent voting for Biden.

When comparing Biden to other potential candidates, the poll found that he leads against both Governor DeSantis and former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley.

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