(PresidentialWire.com)- It looks like Vice President Kamala Harris’ skills at extemporaneous speaking haven’t improved one bit.
Last Thursday, the hopeless public speaker once again offered up a large serving of word salad while welcoming Jamaica’s Prime Minister Andrew Holness to the White House.
KAMALA HARRIS: "For Jamaica, one of the issues that has been presented as an issue that is economic in the way its impact has been the pandemic…we will assist Jamaica in Covid recovery by assisting in terms of the recovery efforts in Jamaica that have been essential." pic.twitter.com/fmPJFTbKQ6
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) March 31, 2022
While her ability to deliver pre-written speeches might be getting moderately better, Kamala simply isn’t capable of speaking off the cuff.
Her remarks tend to veer off into dead ends and cul-de-sacs as she struggles to make a coherent point.
In the end, she comes off sounding like a high school student giving an oral report on a book she hasn’t read.
Rattling around up there in her brain are all the talking points she memorized. But when the rubber meets the road, and Kamala has to utilize those talking points extemporaneously, they get lost somewhere between her brain and her mouth.
This was evident during her one-on-one interview last weekend with MSNBC’s resident racist Joy Reid:
KAMALA HARRIS: "So I am here because this is a community in the Mississippi Delta that has a long history of being part of America's history, um, including having the needs that should be met…" pic.twitter.com/DZgDFSXdYO
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) April 1, 2022
“Has a long history of being part of America’s history.”
Reid also asked Kamala about Joe Biden’s horrifying gaffe in Warsaw when he said Putin cannot remain in power.
Rather than answer the question, Kamala wandered off regurgitating a string of talking points that had nothing to do with Biden’s remark:
Kamala Harris got stumped by a Joy Reid softball. https://t.co/TRv5EC6UOh
— Luke Thompson (@ltthompso) April 2, 2022
This woman is a heartbeat away from the Presidency.