Error Pops Up Behind Kamala Harris At High Profile Event

( It must be challenging to spell in the Big Easy.

Vice President Kamala Harris made an appearance at a function in New Orleans over the weekend, and the embarrassing mistake was just behind her. On the stage background during the Essence Festival of Culture in New Orleans, the “Pelican State” was misspelled in large, prominent letters directly below Harris’s name and the vice-presidential emblem.

It read Kamala Harris – Vice President – New Orleans – Lousiana.”

While Harris and actress Keke Palmer were discussing the recent decision by the United States Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade, putting an end to the federal right to abortion after almost 50 years, neither of them appeared to notice that there was a missing letter I in the sentence.

Twitter users who were attentive to the apparent error had a field day with it, sharing memes and misspellings to make fun of the people who were organizing the event.

ā€” The Right To Bear Memes (@grandoldmemes)

“Bden Harrs
BryanH tweeted, “70 individuals on the Social Media team and not one of them understands how to use Google or spell check:-),

It was not entirely apparent if the hosts were to blame for the mishap or whether Harris’ publicity staff was to blame.

Palmer questioned Harris on the steps that may be taken by American citizens now that the abortion ban has been lifted.

Harris said not to be overwhelmed to the point that we think we cannot do anything about it. It is inherent to the situation that these advancements will not be permanent; thus, we must be attentive, and we must remember that we will always be required to struggle to preserve these rights.

Harris, who was also scheduled to meet privately with leaders of pro-abortion groups, pledged to continue working to assist women in states that restrict or even ban the practice of abortion for them to receive one. In her concluding remarks, she rehashed a joke she’d told many times before about how persistent she is.

She stated, “Eat no for breakfast.”

Sorry, that should read ā€œIā€ eat no for breakfast.