Kamala Harris criticized for offering ‘word salad’ during White House event with Jamaican PM

Vice President Kamala Harris has gone viral yet again, this time for statements she made alongside Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness at a White House event.

During the function on Wednesday, Harris, and Holness praised the US-Jamaica relationship and highlighted key points from their meeting. Saying that “one of the issues that have been presented as an issue that is economic in the way of its impact has been the pandemic.”

The vice president, on the other hand, raised eyebrows when she sought to explain how the US would help the Caribbean island cope with the pandemic’s harmful effects.

“We also recognize that, just as in the United States, one of the issues that have been presented as an issue that is economic in terms of its consequence for Jamaica has been the epidemic,” Harris said.

She added. “To that end, we are also announcing today that we would aid Jamaica in COVID recovery by assisting in terms of the recovery efforts in Jamaica, which have been vital to, I believe, strengthening not only the issue of public health but also the economy.”

“Ok seriously, is she punking us?” enquired Abigail Marone, press secretary of Sen Joshua David Hawley. “At this point, it has to be a joke.”

“This is the definition of ‘word salad.’  It’s practically goulash in a word “Daily Mail TV’s David Martosko remarked.

“She reminds me of a college student who never finished the reading but insisted on talking about it a lot in class nevertheless, thinking he/she was wonderfully deceiving everyone. Nobody, however, was duped “Buck Sexton, a radio presenter, penned an article.

“It is truly hard to believe what a babbling fool @vp is,” actor Nick Searcy tweeted.

Substack writer Jim Treacher remarked, “I’m telling you, she speaks in predictive text.”

“She is truly one of our time’s great orators,” Matt Walsh of The Daily Wire stated.