Vice President Kamala Harris just keeps yapping, and we are the ones suffering. Why does Biden allow the VP to get so much airtime? She is anything but a good spokesperson for the nation. And yet, Biden has sent her to represent us — both domestically, on the border, and overseas in Ukraine. And she made some serious gaffes on these trips.
Yesterday, we saw perhaps the worst fruits of her short time in office — a speech to the space force which rivals her “significance of the passage of time” moment. This speech was so bad, it may even make you forget about that strange moment in American history.
President Trump and VP Pence were professional in their speeches. They made America feel safe and proud. We knew the adults were in the room. Of course, the media thinks the opposite — the Biden Administration was, to them, the return of the adult establishment. But as we have seen, this has never been the case.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were failed candidates who rallied a public health crisis and a biased media to the highest office in the land. And we are still paying the price for the 2020 election even today. Perhaps Americans will wake up in time for 2024.
Returning to the speech, as you might expect Kamala Harris gave a brilliant speech that could shape the future of our newest military branch — one of Trump’s great achievements. And by brilliant, I mean absolutely terrible. The speech contained the following lines:
“I think everyone here recognizes how extraordinary space is. Whether it is satellites that orbit the Earth, humans that land on the Moon, or telescopes that peer into the furthest reaches of the universe, space is exciting.
It spurs our imaginations, and it forces us to ask big questions. Space — it affects us all, and it connects us all.”
Yikes. She just tried to explain space to the Space Force… Who writes speeches for Kamala? We may never know. But we do know one thing — whoever does write these speeches should seriously consider doing something else, especially if that person is Kamala herself.
Watch the cringey moment here:
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