Note to Kamala Harris: When on the world stage, or really any stage as a so-called vice president, loudly cackling response to questions regarding refugees, especially in the middle of international crisis, is probably not an optimal response.
At least as far as projecting so-called “strength” is concerned.
Unfortunately, Kamala apparently cackled away in response to these exact types of questions, for several seconds on end, no less.
Even worse, Kamala pulled her typical cackling stunt while standing alongside Polish President Andrzej Duda, presumably to show “solidarity” with Ukraine.
Needless to say, Ukraine is probably seeking a different type of solidarity than the nonsense offered by Kamala.
The entire stunning scenario played out as a reporter asked Kamala a rather basic question that a vice president should be prepared to answer.
Especially a vice president who is also a so-called “Border Czar.”
Alas, no such explanation was forthcoming, as the reporter shortly, and unfortunately, found out.
“I’m wondering what the United States is going to do more specifically to set up a permanent infrastructure and, relatedly, is the United States willing to make a special allocation for Ukrainian refugees?” the reporter queried, turning to President Duda for additional clarification with regards to whether or not the United States will bother to accept refugees from Ukraine.
Too bad Kamala apparently appears more intent on future Democrat voters south of the border, which is probably why her response was so comical that silence would have looked more thoughtful, or, at minimum, less astonishingly incompetent.
“A friend in need is a friend indeed,” Kamala blared in response, before proceeded to cackle for several seconds on end.
What a compelling response. One that is so compelling it could be copied and pasted into virtually any situation, which means Kamala didn’t even bother to somewhat tailor a rather trite phrase to be more specific to the Ukraine crisis.
Needless to say, Kamala’s cackling went over like a lead balloon for multiple reasons, chief of all due to her clear lack of preparation, not to mention lack of compassion, regarding a humanitarian crisis.
Furthermore, cackling with laughter in response to desperate refugees was hardly helpful. Especially in light of what had just occurred in Ukraine.
“A maternity hospital was just bombed,” Meghan McCain remarked coolly.
No wonder a former press secretary in Ukraine expressed the views that she did with regards to Kamala, views that are likely shared by the vast majority of American citizens.
After observing cackling Kamala in the midst of a humanitarian tragedy, Juliia Mendel declared that “it would be a tragedy if this woman won the presidency.”
Would it ever.
Frankly, Kamala comes across as less “tone deaf” demanding all Americans instantly transition to (expensive) electric cars whose EV batteries are made from (rare) earth minerals, especially lithium, and this mineral exploration arguably results in greater damage to the environment than oil exploration.
However, given their fact-repellant base, Democrats are clearly not overly concerned about such discrepancies.
Regardless, Kamala’s cackling, coupled with her electric car push, which only came about after Putin’s invasion
Sorry, UN, but this writer calls a spade a spade, regardless of whether or not the terms “war” and “invasion” are “offensive,” as they apparently are, per a recent UN memo.
Get over it … and for that matter, get with it about what’s really going on.
Former President Trump, whose leadership is more desperately needed than ever, has already weighed in on the impressively bad response that Biden has exhibited thus far, especially since it further amplifies the gasoline prices that he deliberately brought in on Day 1.
And, unlike perpetually dodging Psaki, Trump places blame squarely where it belongs.
“Energy prices are skyrocketing – they are going to infinity, all because of Joe Biden,” Trump declared.
One can only hope for MAGA 2024, assuming the United States makes it that far under the current “leadership” team.
Author: Jane Jones