HomePolitical NewsWATCH: Kamala Harris Asks Nevada Town Hall Audience if America is 'Ready' for her Presidence - the Response is Hysterical Mike Vance October 5, 2019 Democrat White House hopeful Kamala Harris was giving a speech at a Nevada town hall when she asked the crowd if they are ready for her as president. The response was not what she hoped for. While speaking to a room full of people in Reno she said, "There's this whole conversation that has been coming up about electability focused on our campaign." She then asked, "Is America ready for that?" Several people from the audience replied with a loud "no" from their seats. Kamala Harris asks crowd if America is ready for her presidency. Crowd shouts: "No!"pic.twitter.com/SZrqlq7fQN — Michael Ahrens (@michael_ahrens) October 3, 2019 Harris was visibly stunned by the response. She looked sternly toward those who disagreed with her. "Well yes they are," Harris fired back and that was greeted with laughter throughout the town hall. This may have been the biggest blooper since the Jeb Bush "please clap" moment that happened at a campaign stop leading up to the 2016 election. Outside of opposing Trump, the Democrat candidates have no idea where to go when trying to connect with the masses. On CNN she had no other option but to keep ripping President Trump. "The president's tweets and his behaviors about this are just further evidence of the fact that he uses his power in a way that is designed to beat people down instead of lift people up," Harris said while on CNN Monday night. It appears Joe Biden has plenty of reason to worry about Elizabeth Warren. The same cannot be said about Kamala Harris. More Stories on the Democratic 2020 Candidates: AOC Backs Sanders: 'No One Should have a Billion Dollars' WaPo Floats Possibility of #PresidentPelosi WATCH: Beto O'Rourke Asks People to Save the Life of a Kitten By Donating The left is so far from establishing a leader and 2020 is drawing nearer by the day. It's going to be Biden by default and that is not a good way to decide things.