Vice President Kamala Harris has a problem with how she communicates, which gets her into trouble by saying things that undermine her credibility.
People have joked that President Joe Biden can blame his age for his strange comments; however, Harris is decades younger at 58. She cannot.
If she wants to be taken seriously, she needs to think before she speaks and study the actual issues she is going to be discussing.
Commenters Think Kamala Harris Acts Intoxicated in Public
These include saying things publicly like talking about how her mother allegedly talked about “falling out of a coconut tree” without any context. One commenter on Twitter asked if she was high at the time.
Such things could be fine at a dinner party or among friends, but they are inappropriate for the Vice President of the United States when talking at an official function.
Some observers on social media have commented that Harris, an admitted prior marijuana user, often sounds stoned during her public appearances.
“Kamala only makes sense if you are stoned as she is ,” a poster on Twitter wrote while posting a video of Harris rambling, “And the future was today yesterday,” and “tomorrow will be the today tomorrow.” (editor note: that widely circulated video clip was later identified as being edited.)
Sky News Australia commentator James Morrow quipped: “Why? Why? I gotta ask why does she always laugh like a stoner kid who’s just discovered YouTubes of Cheech and Chong.”
Harris Says Things That Make Her Look Undignifed
Whether it’s foreign policy or gender theory, Harris does not seem to be able to make herself look as educated as she truly is.
Harris notably blurted out last September that the U.S. was in an alliance with the “Republic of North Korea.”
Australian commentator, Rita Panahi mocked Harris.
“Kamala. What did she just say? The U.S. shares a strong and enduring alliance with North Korea. Are you an insane person? The United States has never shared an alliance with the mad, murderous Communists of North Korea,” Panahi said last September on Sky News Australia.
Her comments defending how Biden withdrew from Afghanistan that was accompanied by nervous laughter, suggesting she was likely uncomfortable with reporter questions, also suggested that she knew she was in over her head and didn’t want to admit it.
“They even want to eliminate classes that teach quote ‘gender ideology’,” Harris said. “So what are we talking about here? Classes that teach women’s history? Women’s equality? The study that there are still only 25 women in the United States Senate?”
The real target, however, is the erroneous thinking that a person feeling that he or she is the wrong sex makes them so and that biology does not determine gender.
Dan Quayle could tell her something about how saying dumb things as vice president helped his career.
John Rossomando was a senior analyst for Defense Policy and served as Senior Analyst for Counterterrorism at The Investigative Project on Terrorism for eight years. His work has been featured in numerous publications such as The American Thinker, The National Interest, National Review Online, Daily Wire, Red Alert Politics, CNSNews.com, The Daily Caller, Human Events, Newsmax, The American Spectator, TownHall.com, and Crisis Magazine. He also served as senior managing editor of The Bulletin, a 100,000-circulation daily newspaper in Philadelphia, and received the Pennsylvania Associated Press Managing Editors first-place award for his reporting.