Video of Kamala Harris dancing in the rain goes viral; netizens call her ‘amazing’
Internet is delighted after seen the dance video of Democratic vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris. In the viral video, Harris can be seen dancing in the rain while addressing a rally in Florida.
Her photos and videos have created a buzz online and netizens go gaga over her amazing dance in the rain.
Kamala Harris was seen holding an umbrella while dancing in the rain. She has also shared a picture from the rally on her official Twitter handle.
She captioned her picture: "Rain or shine, democracy waits for no one."
Rain or shine, democracy waits for no one. pic.twitter.com/DMimsHbmWO— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) October 19, 2020
To address the rally, Harriss donned a white top with a blue blazer and grey pants while her Converse shoes completed her signature look.
Kamala’s video was also tweeted by her niece Meena Harris and wrote, “I am absolutely unable to get over this video of @KamalaHarris dancing in the rain in chucks."
The video of Kamala Harris has gone viral on the microblogging site.
Netizens have poured several heartwarming wishes on to her dance video.
Check out who wrote what:
Deeeelightful.— Carmen Wms 🇺🇲 (@CarmenRWms) October 19, 2020
A politician who moves their feet when dancing! This is a REVOLUTION!— Hope Springs a Turtle. (@SnowInTheAir) October 19, 2020
She brings a ray of sunshine and hope!— Joice Ann Whitby (@kenzieree) October 20, 2020
We LOVE her!!! pic.twitter.com/iJ8Bt3aN60— Lynne Jones (@lynnjones868) October 19, 2020
Courageous Leaders pic.twitter.com/s3TAodMq5X— Gramma B (@RebeccaNewell7) October 19, 2020
Meanwhile, the video of Kamala Harris has garnered over 12.4k retweets and 95.1k likes on Twitter.
Notably, Kamla Harris is the first Black woman and the first Indian-American woman to be nominated as the vice-presidential candidate.
Earlier, #YoKamalaSoIndian trended on Twitter. A report was also circulated on social media that Harris once asked her aunt Sarala Gopalan in Chennai to break a coconut for good luck at a Hindu temple when she was in the battle for California attorney general election in 2010. Her aunt smashed 108 coconuts. Fortunately, Harris won the election by a margin of 0.8 percent.