Watch: Kamala Harris Arrives Just in Time for Some Comic Relief

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The controversy surrounding the various “discoveries” of classified documents from Joe Biden’s time as Barack Obama’s vice president, including one cache Biden bizarrely excused earlier this week by suggesting they were safe because they were locked in his garage next to his Corvette, has been a case study in media/left-wing double standards.


But just as all of this became especially maddening, when one considers the oh-so-convenient post-election timing of these finds, Vice President Kamala Harris came along and provided us all with some much-needed comic relief in her own patented, word-salady way.

On Thursday, Harris appeared in Michigan for a “moderated conversation on climate” that featured herself, Biden Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, and University of Michigan Environmental Professor Kyle Whyte.

During the discussion, we learned that Harris has “obviously … been a champion for climate change” throughout her “whole career” or something.

But true to form, it didn’t take Harris long before she started veering off into lala land, as evidenced by the below video clips:

“I convened — and I’ve convened now at least three times — a group that has their acronym, CARICOM — it is the Caribbean nations — island nations in the Western Hemisphere; that is where the Caribbean is. We are also in the Western Hemisphere; they are our neighbors.”



Then there was the gushing over electric school buses, and the attempt at being relatable by asking the audience how many had ridden on school buses:

“I — you know, what also excites me, when I — among the many things? I’m excited about electric school buses. I love electric school buses. I just love them for so many reasons. Maybe because I went to school on a school bus. Raise your hand if you went to school on a school bus. Right?”


And see if you can make sense of this one:

“I think of this moment as a moment that is about great momentum, inspired by, yes, optimism; inspired by a crisis, no doubt; but inspired by also our collective ability to see what can be unburdened by what has been. And that’s critically important.”



I’d say on the 1-10 Cringe Scale, these KamalaMoments rank at about an 12 or 13. She’s said far worse during her time as Biden’s second in command, but don’t underestimate her because undoubtedly the worst is likely yet to come — and just in time for the 2024 presidential race drama on the Democratic side to get even more interesting.

Flashback: Kamala Harris Reappears and Immediately Makes a Mess of Things


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