Kamala Puts On Embarrassing Show At Important Speech

Vice President Kamala Harris may have gone to Howard University, but it doesn’t seem like she learned anything about public speaking. Harris is notorious for sounding like an unqualified middle school child when she speaks, but even for her, this is a new low.

Harris was speaking at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (US-ASEAN) Special Summit in Washington, D.C., and said “work together” 5 times in about 30 seconds.

Harris said, “I often note, and I’ve talked with many of you, about our shared belief that our world is increasingly more interconnected and interdependent. That is especially true when it comes to the climate crisis, which is why we will work together and continue to work together, to address these issues, to tackle these challenges, and to work together as we continue to work operating from the new norms, rules, and agreements, that we will convene to work together… We will work together.”

Oh, boy.

Ultimately, Harris doesn’t hold this failure alone. Harris’ speech writers and staff have been shaky since she took office and the inconsistency shows when it comes to decision making and public representation. Harris just lost her staff writer in February but it doesn’t seem like there were any improvements.

Donald Trump Jr. tweeted the video and said, “Truly one of the greatest orators of all time.”

Greg Musslewhite responded to Don Jr. perfectly, “I’m a welder, and I have heard better speakers at safety meetings…”

Harris only topped that speech with her Space Force speech where she spoke to adults like they were children. Harris said, “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.”

The biggest question you should ask yourself is who is approving these speeches? Did the position get lost in the constant change in staff? We may never know.