Kamala harris Has A Word Salad Moment Again

(presidentialwire.com)- On Tuesday, Vice President Kamala Harris delivered yet another wordy speech while attempting to explain the location of “community banks.”

“We invested an additional $12 billion into community banks because we know community banks are in the community and understand the needs and desires of that community as well as the talent and capacity of the community,” Harris said.

During an event with Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, the vice president’s absurd comments were made at a roundtable discussion with student leaders at Claflin University in South Carolina.

As video of Harris’ idiocy spread online, she continued to be justifiably pig-piled. Clay Travis, the creator of OutKick, said sarcastically, of Kamala Harris, “the finest orator since Winston Churchill, on community banks.”

Tim Young, a comedian, wrote: “Kamala had to present another book report on a book she didn’t read today… this time the title was “Community Banks.”

“Many thanks, @vp ‘Community banks are in the community,’ Kamala Harris made plain,'” the former press secretary of the White House, Sean Spicer, tweeted.

This was not the vice president’s first difficulty speaking this year. This is not a one-off. As a matter of routine, she constructs wordy sentences masquerading as erudition, which, sadly, fools a lot of voters.

Harris rambled on the significance of returning home when discussing transportation at the American Rescue Plan’s workforce summit in July.

“We are increasing access to transit together. The vice president stated, “Together, we are expanding access to transportation. Maybe it’s a small issue; it’s a big one. “You need to get to go and be able to get where you need to go to do the work and get home.”

In June, while discussing the future of abortion in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to reverse Roe v. Wade, Harris found it difficult to talk coherently.

“The strength of our nation has always been that despite the odds and the obstacles, we push to move forward. That we are guided by what we see that can be unburdened by what has been,” she babbled incoherently.

In a speech on open high-speed internet in March, Harris used the term “the passage of time” four times in 30 seconds.

That is known as “high-speed idiocy.”