Kamala Harris Comments at Transportation Forum Befuddle – Vice President Kamala Harris keeps proving the old adage about keeping one’s mouth shut lest you prove yourself to be a fool to others.
Her most recent profundity came at an event commemorating the passage of the Americans With Disabilities Act 33 years ago.
“This issue of transportation is fundamental because it’s really just about making sure that people get where they need to go,” Harris said.
This comes in the wake of Harris’s widely panned comments about culture at last month’s conference in New Orleans, La., sponsored by Essence Magazine.
“Culture is, it is a reflection of our moment in our time, right? And, and present culture is the way we express our feeling about the moment,” Harris said. “And, and we should always find time to express how we feel about the moment that is a reflection of joy ‘cause, eeeh, you know, it comes in the morning (laughs). We also have to find ways to also express the way we feel about the moment in terms of just having language and, and and, a connection to how people are experiencing life and I think about it in that way, too.”
Kamala Harris Talks AI
Not to be outdone, Harris launched into a subsequent word salad about AI on Wednesday.
“Part of this issue that should be articulated is that AI is this fancy thing. First of all, it’s two letters. It means artificial intelligence,” Harris said while laughing her head off. “Ultimately what it is it’s about machine learning, and so the machine is taught.”
Cristina Laila, writing in the conservative blog The Gateway Pundit, said “Kamala Harris treated the CEOs like children. “This may be one of her most profound statements yet.”
A man identified as Kevin Dalton wrote on Twitter, “It’s nearly impossible to tell the difference between Kamala Harris speaking about AI and Bart Simpson’s book report on Treasure Island.”
A recent FiveThirtyEight rating puts Harris at 39.2%. An NBC poll conducted last month found that 39% had a “very negative” opinion of Harris.
Kamala Harris Tries Too Hard to Sound Smart
Her former Senate colleague Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., quipped jokingly that English is not her second, third or fourth language and that she tries too hard to sound smart. As a result, she does the opposite and sounds foolish.
“When speaking extemporaneously, Harris follows a pattern. She is asked a straightforward question, to which she responds lucidly for a sentence or two. But it is never long before she departs from the first few bullet points she can recall from the briefing materials and subsequently begins filling in the gaps in her knowledge with broad, philosophical digressions,” National Review Online columnist Noah Rothman wrote. “At this point, she rockets off into psychedelic orbit. Her audiences are left to watch through gritted teeth as she erects elaborate cathedrals of nonsense in an effort to land on something resembling profundity.
Rothman continued: “What the vice president lacks in clarity and substance, she more than makes up for in entertainment value.”
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