(FreedomBeacon.com)- Vice President Kamala Harris is already the least popular vice president in modern American history, so you’d think she’d take extra care to do things that make her more popular. But…no.
The vice president is now caught up in a fresh scandal relating to her recent trip to Paris, where she allegedly spent over $500 on expensive cookware at a culinary store in the city.
Harris turned up to the E. Dehillerin store with Doug Emhoff, her husband, and spent around $578 on pots, pans, and other kitchen items. It seems particularly tone-deaf given that most Americans wouldn’t dream of spending that much money on cookware, while the economy suffers under the Biden administration and the cost of living skyrockets.
What was she thinking?
Breaking investigative exclusive w/ @Kredo0: @KamalaHarris dropped nearly $600 at boutique Parisian cooking shop E. Dehillerin, an impressive haul that includes this lovely $375 oval dish. https://t.co/XF1aftpQwx pic.twitter.com/6tLXdtgMH4
— Brent Scher (@BrentScher) November 23, 2021
The Daily Mail broke down exactly what Harris purchased and revealed how she spent $367 on a single copper and stainless steel serving dish. She spent a further $160 on a copper and stainless steel frying pan. And the reason why we know this is because the store came out and told the press all about it.
Harris then topped off the purchase with some smaller kitchenware, including an egg dish, a copper cleaner, some wooden spoors, and a porcelain cocotte.
Meanwhile, Harris wants you to know that the Build Back Better plan is worth it and that scrapping Trump’s tax cuts for working Americans is a good idea. She promises!
It’s not just tone-deaf and a bad look for Harris, but when you consider the fact that there are American companies that sell American-made products for less than what she paid, it’s particularly insulting.
The Mail noted that American company Williams-Sonoma sells products very similar to the ones she needlessly purchased in France for between $200 and $400.
Why wouldn’t Harris buy American, instead of bringing expensive pots all the way from France via plane? Think of the carbon footprint!