Perry Farrell On Kamala Harris: ‘She’s Going To Do Wonderful Things For Our Country’
Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell shared a post on his official Twitter page praising the current vice president of the United States, Kamala Harris, for her radiant smile in addition to showing his faith in her by stating that she’s going to do incredible things for the United States.
As you know, Kamala Harris became the 49th vice president upon inauguration in 2021 alongside President Joe Biden, after winning the 2020 presidential election against former President Donald Trump and former vice president Mike Pence.
Harris stands as a unique example for all women since she is the United States’ first female vice president, the highest-ranking female elected in U.S. history in addition to being the first African American and the first Asian American vice president which ultimately making Kamala Harris a melting pot and a model for diversity.
While people are divided about how they should feel about the victory of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris since some are thrilled and some still are taking Donal Trump’s side, Perry Farrell, apparently, is more than happy and excited about Kamala Harris’ win as it is seen in his latest post on his official Twitter page.
Perry Farrell praised Kamala Harris in his recent post by stating that Harris’ smile after taking oath as the first female vice president of the United States is friendly and confident which he has not heard in years. Apparently, Kamala Harris’ laughter gave Farrell a glimpse of hope and faith since he stated that Harris is going to do wonderful things for the United States as long as she’s on duty.
Here is what Farrell said:
You can see the Twitter post below.
@KamalaHarris let out a superb laugh as she began her time as Vice President. Her laugh is friendly and confident. She is going to do wonderful things for our country. Haven’t heard a laugh like hers, in years…#InaugurationDay #KamalaHarris #BidenHarrisInauguration pic.twitter.com/4vMbJ2Ulq6
— Perry Farrell (@perryfarrell) January 20, 2021