At the same time that her popularity rating is falling, Vice President Kamala Harris sponsored a Pride celebration that was packed with celebrities and emceed by a former competitor on RuPaul's Drag Race.
Wednesday was the day that the Pride event that Harris and First Gentleman Douglas Emhoff hosted at their home, as Breitbart News reported.
Reportedly, GLAAD, the group that is largely responsible for the dramatic rise in LGBTQ-related content produced by the entertainment business, collaborated with the host to throw the garden party.
According to a story published by the Messenger, the Pride event was emceed by Sasha Colby, the winner of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 15, and featured a performance by actress Alex Newell.
The actress performed "I Wanna Dance with Somebody" by Whitney Houston.
Attendees included the actors Ariana DeBose, Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, Rafael L. Silva, and Ronen Rubinstein, as well as the dancer Frankie Grande,
Television personality Bobby Berk, the YouTuber Jazz Jennings, and the singers Dove Cameron, G Flip, and Brooke Eden were also in attendance.
Karine Jean-Pierre, the press secretary for the White House, was also present at the Pride event that the vice president hosted.
Harris is quoted as saying during the event, "Pride Month is about celebrating those whose shoulders we stand on for their work to advance civil rights, and an opportunity to recommit ourselves to the fight for equal rights,"
As June draws to a conclusion, let us not forget that patriotism and pride go hand in hand, and that this has always been the case.
"And as we face the attacks on LGBTQ+ rights across the country, let us remember that we are in this together," the vice president said. "Let us remember that we are in this together."
According to a recent survey conducted by NBC News, Harris takes the prize for being the most disliked vice president in the history of the United States while at the same time hosting an event in her garden with an LGBTQIA2S+ focus.
According to the results of the survey that were made public on Monday, almost half of registered voters have a bad opinion of Harris, while only about a third of them have a favorable opinion.
Harris and President Joe Biden are in their second race for the Oval Office. Both Harris and Biden have struggled with their public image, and both have garnered criticism for what seemed to be unwarranted confusion and verbal missteps.