Vice President Kamala Harris has repeatedly proven herself to be one of the most ineffective and failed vice presidents in U.S. history.
While she can't be bothered to pursue the issues facing America with which she was tasked to tackle, such as the immigration crisis at the southern border, she apparently has time to travel to Nevada to push the Biden administration's strong, pro-abortion stance.
According to 2News, Harris will travel to Reno next week to voice her commitment to protecting what Democrats call "reproductive freedom," a term much more digestible by the public than saying "we support the murder of unborn babies."
The event will be held Tuesday at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Brian Sandoval, president of the university, announced the upcoming visit in a statement to students and faculty on the university's website.
"I am beyond excited to announce that on Tuesday, April 18, the University of Nevada, Reno will welcome Kamala Harris, Vice President of the United States, to our campus. This is an historic official White House visit for our institution," Sandoval wrote.
He added: "Vice President Harris’ talk on Tuesday presents the University with a memorable opportunity for our students, faculty, staff and friends and from northern Nevada to see our nation’s 49thVice President in person."
Notably, Sandoval left out the part regarding her anticipated speech on "reproductive freedom."
He then warned students and faculty to sign up as soon as possible, fearing there might not be enough room for everyone to attend.
Unfortunately, due to limited seating, not everyone who completes the form may have the opportunity to attend. Names and contact information from the interest form will be sent to White House staff who will send additional information via email about attendance including time and location.
Going by her past speeches, that's probably not as urgent an issue as Sandoval is making it out to be.
Harris will reportedly take part in a "moderated" discussion regarding abortion rights in the state.
Her speech comes at the same time that the radical Democrats in the state's legislature have pushed the idea of enshrining "reproductive rights" for residents of the state.
No further details regarding the event have been released.
It's probably safe to say that we'll be back after the speech, covering her inevitable gaffes and embarrassing moments.