“Ka-MA-la, KA-ma-la, Kamala-mala-mala. I don’t know, whatever,” said Perdue, who’s facing a tough reelection race. His Democratic opponent Jon Ossoff’s campaign accused him of race-baiting to score cheap political cheers.
“Senator Perdue had a couple of options to increase his lead. Either reach out to the state’s growing minority population or whip up the Trump base,” Noah said on “The Daily Show.”
Noah also pointed out that Perdue and Harris have been colleagues in the Senate for three years.
“It’s like hearing someone on the Lakers say that they’re teammates with Lebern Jermaise,” he quipped.
Noah’s verdict? “Yeah, it’s racist.”
Calling all HuffPost superfans!
Sign up for membership to become a founding member and help shape HuffPost’s next chapter