VIDEO: Harris raises eyebrows with question she claims she asked her mom about conservatives

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Vice President Kamala Harris on Monday raised eyebrows with some comments she made about conservatives during a conversation on climate change.

Harris was in Colorado Monday at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities to discuss the Biden administration’s push for clean energy.

Sharing the stage with panel host Sasha Digiulian and Colorado state Rep. Brittany Pettersen, D-Colorado, Harris recounted how she became environmentally conscious. The vice president said the Bay Area, where she was born, was one of the birthplaces of the environmental movement.

Referring to the environmental movement, Harris said, “And we talked about it in the context of conservation.”

Then she began to cackle and said, “I went home one day and I said, ‘Why are conservatives bad, Mommy?’ because I thought we were supposed to conserve! I couldn’t reconcile it. Now I can!”

Still cackling, Harris added, “Because, I thought we were supposed to conserve. I couldn’t reconcile it. Now I can.”

One Twitter user fired back, asking, “What’s so funny about that. Your daughter’s correct. Conservatives conserve (the wealth), liberals spend every dime.”

Twitter user Cynthia Dort blasted Harris, writing, “You mock a very large potion of Americans, you are an utter disgrace!! You need to resign and take classes on morals, values, communication and how yo be a decent person!!”

“She has the personality of a wammo Frisbie,” another person quipped.

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