Look…I know everyone messes up from time to time, but you’ve got to look at this from one of two ways I think. She either realized that she messed up, but was too stubborn to correct her speech for fear of looking like an idiot (which she already does), or she isn’t paying attention to what she’s even saying and didn’t even realize that she said what she did. Either way, it makes her look foolish.
That’s when the internet let loose on Cool Hand Kamala…
“If the Dems decide Biden isn’t their guy in 2024, they won’t be looking to Kamala Harris as the candidate,” columnist Brian Lilley said. “This is something straight out of an episode of Veep – praising the U.S. alliance with North Korea?”
“Biden looked around a room for a dead person,” media strategist Greg Price said. “Kamala is saying we have an alliance and important relationship with Kim Jong-Un. What an absolute disaster.”
Nile Gardiner, former aide to Margaret Thatcher responded: “Kamala Harris is monumentally unfit to be Vice President of the United States.”
“Her sheer ignorance on the international stage, complete lack of policy knowledge, and frequent gaffes are an embarrassment to the world’s superpower,” he added.
“Our President sees dead people,” radio host Erick Erickson said. “This Vice President sees North Korea as an ally, and the media is all ‘Well, they’re not Trump so it’s all okay.’”
Here’s a question that I’d like answered, how is it that she can travel all the way across the world to look at North Korea through a pair of binoculars, but she can’t take a short flight to the Souther border where the real problem is, even though she was tasked by Joe Biden himself to handle the situation?
In fact, when was the last time that you’ve heard anything about Kamala Harris and the Southern border? Those things aren’t even mentioned in the same sentence today. If she was really doing something about this, then we would know about it. Think back to when Vice President Mike Pence was appointed to a certain “particular” task force. We heard from him about it. He gave statements. He did something.