Watch: Kamala Hits a Crazy New Low
She could be the 2nd most powerful human on the planet…Vice President Kamala Harris should be able to hire one of the best wordsmiths in the world.
But after firing the last speechwriter and hiring another, she’s still proving to come up quite short in the speaking department. It’s hard to know who is worse, Harris or her boss.
The vice president started things off at a roundtable on Tuesday by announcing her “pronouns.”
“Good afternoon. I want to welcome these leaders for coming in to have this very important discussion about some of the most pressing issues of our time. I am Kamala Harris, my pronouns are she and her. I am a woman sitting at the table wearing a blue suit,” a masked Harris said while introducing herself.
VP: "I am Kamala Harris, my pronouns are she and her, and I am a woman sitting at the table wearing a blue suit." pic.twitter.com/gtBXTyHB4j
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) July 26, 2022
The rest of the group there to discuss the overturning of Roe v. Wade chimed in as well…
“I’m a Latina with blond highlighted hair, and I’m wearing a gray blazer over a black-shade dress,” and “my pronouns are she/her, I’m a White woman with long brown hair, I’m wearing a red dress, and I’m wearing a see-through mask so you can see my red lips.” Another said, “I am a Black woman with curly hair, and I am wearing a vintage black and floral dress.”
This event was followed by the first polling out of New Hampshire for the 2024 Democrat presidential hopefuls. Harris only had six percent of the voters while Pete Buttigieg led with 17 percent. Did you read that? The Vice President is getting beaten by the novice transportation secretary.
To add insult to injury, Harris fired her speechwriter. But that move just isn’t making things any better in her public appearances. Take a look at this Twitter post that reveals a whole new level of rambling from the vice president.
KAMALA HARRIS: "will impact a lot of people and differently in some situations and we need to be responsive to these issues and also lift up the voices of all people who will be impacted in the way that they will be impacted…a couple of points in terms of the direct impact" pic.twitter.com/rikTqxAS7q
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) July 26, 2022