After Kamala Harris made possibly the dumbest statement in American political history, Hollywood star Dean Cain called out the vice president.
Harris took to Twitter to make a bizarre statement about the “inequity” of “restrooms” on “domestic flights” before demanding action.
“The majority of domestic flights do not have accessible restrooms,” Harris’s official vice president account tweeted.
“This is absolutely unacceptable.
“Our Administration will soon announce a solution to help end this inequity.”
The majority of domestic flights do not have accessible restrooms.
This is absolutely unacceptable.
Our Administration will soon announce a solution to help end this inequity.
— Vice President Kamala Harris (@VP) July 11, 2023
The post was immediately met with widespread mockery.
One Twitter user said: “I honestly had to check to see if this was a parody account.”
“Really?” wrote Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.
“Yeah — get on that VP!!” actor Dean Cain wrote.
“Forget the Border, and all the other [sh*t],” he added.
Yeah — get on that VP!! Forget the Border, and all the other 💩 https://t.co/uybZVRyBAU
— Dean Cain (@RealDeanCain) July 12, 2023
Another Twitter user said: “What are you talking about?!?!
“I fly all the time and the only flights that do not have bathrooms are the puddle jumper flights that have like 10 seats and only fly 40-45 minutes.”
Another Twitter user said: “I thought you were fixing the border and doing AI regulation, but airplane bathrooms now.”
Fox News followed up with Harris’s office for an explanation of why taxpayer funds are being allocated to this strange new agenda:
Harris’s office told Fox News Digital the tweet refers to rules the Department of Transportation drafted last year to upgrade restrooms in new single-aisle aircraft so that they are more accessible to people with disabilities.
More accessible lavatories are currently not required in single-aisle aircraft, and the rule is expected to be finalized soon.
Hannah Walden, a communications manager for Airlines for America which represents top domestic airlines such as American, Delta, Southwest, United, and JetBlue, said U.S. airlines are willing and able to follow new guidelines from the Department of Transportation to better accommodate for disabled people.
“U.S. airlines are committed to offering a high level of customer service and providing a positive and safe flight experience for all passengers, especially passengers with disabilities,” Walden told Fox News Digital.