Kamala Harris Mocked Over Word Salad: ‘Community Banks Are In The Community’

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Between Joe Biden’s age-related dementia and Kamala Harris’ unintelligible “word salads,” it’s no wonder the American people have zero confidence in the Biden administration.

Harris has repeatedly demonstrated great difficulty in her attempts to deliver remarks to Americans. She often fumbles through her speech with unintelligible and disorganized rambling.

In the most recent example, Harris was blasted for another repetitive word salad when explaining that “community banks” are located “in the community.” Watch for yourself:

“We know community banks are in the community,” the vice president said.

This certainly isn’t the first time that Harris has publicly demonstrated her intellectual prowess.

Harris was immediately mocked on social media. “Profound,” one person responded mockingly.

“Geezus…prepare at least a little,” another person remarked.

“You would think by now she’d have a copy editor to say, ‘Maybe we shouldn’t repeat the same word five times in the same sentence,'” screenwriter and columnist Matthew Betley said.

“Do we know if community banks are in the community?” mocked the RNC’s Jake Schneider.

Someone jokingly asked, “If she says community one more time does she win a prize?”

Here’s a look at some more examples:

In an embarrassing and scary exchange of words, Harris once told reporters in Germany that there has been “peace and security” in Europe for “over 70 years.” She was immediately slammed on social media for putting her ignorance on full display for the world to see.

At the start of the Russia-Ukraine war, Harris explained the problem by telling Americans, “So, Ukraine is a country in Europe. It exists next to another country called Russia. Russia a bigger country… Russia decided to invade a smaller country called Ukraine. So basically that’s wrong.”