Kamala Harris word salad has been a recurring theme of the Biden administration. In fact, the entire administration has had more than their fair share of trouble speaking.
Her latest episode happened on Monday when she was discussing the recent flooding in the Midwest.
“While we send our prayers, and our love, we also, with each day, renew our commitment to the urgency of now and the ability that we have collectively, all of us in it together, to do something about it.”
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Yikes. That was brutal, even for her.
She makes the claim that the floods could have been avoided by fighting climate change. She pointed to an increase in natural disasters as a reason to take a stronger stance against climate change.
"The frequency has accelerated in a relatively short period of time," Harris said. "The science is clear. Extreme weather will only get worse, and the climate crisis will only accelerate.''