What Did She Even Say? Kamala’s Word Salad Problem is Worse Than Ever Before

As hard as it is believe Vice President Kamala Harris might actually be just as – if not more – lost as senile Joe Biden and it seems every time she opens her mouth she can’t help but remind us of that!

The Democrats seem to have caught onto what a complete imbecile she is so, for the most part, they’ve kept her away from the media so as not to bring any more embarrassment to an administration that is already polling at historic lows.

However with the 2024 election right around the corner, the party seems to have (hesitantly) let Kamala out of her cage and after a disastrous appearance on MSNBC they’re probably regretting that!

On “The Last Word” with Lawrence O’Donnell, Harris attempted to trash President Donald Trump by repeating the left’s newest buzz phrase which is to claim that Trump is “the next Hitler.”

Referencing a warning by Trump that violent illegal aliens are “poisoning the blood of our country,” Kamala claimed that his words were “similar to the language” of Adolf Hitler.

 

But then things really fell apart for the VP when the left-wing MSNBC host tossed her a softball question about the importance of the 2024 election and she completely fumbled it.

“You know, every election cycle we talk about, this is the most election of our lifetime. Lawrence, this one is, this one is.”

The most what election? Harris doesn’t seem to know.

And it got worse from there when Harris rambled on with some word salad about how “great” Biden is.

“I have been fortunate and blessed during the course of being vice president to have many situations where it becomes too clear me that there are people … of every age and gender, by the way, who see something about being the first that lets them know they don’t need to be, um, limited by other people’s limited, um, understanding of who can do what.”

Watch the video here to see what a Joke our vice president is!


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