Kamala declares transportation is about 'making sure that people have the ability to get where they need to go'

"It's that basic."

Ari Hoffman Seattle WA
Democratic Vice President Kamala Harris was mocked mercilessly on social media on Tuesday after stating Tuesday in a speech about transportation, “This issue of transportation is fundamentally about just making sure that people have the ability to get where they need to go. It's that basic.”
Harris made the remarks while with Biden’s Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg during an event focused on increasing transportation accessibility for the disabled.

Her latest cringe-worthy remarks come on the heels of attempting to define the word “culture” at the New Orleans' Essence Festival last week saying, “Culture is… a reflection of our moment and our time. Right? And present culture is the way we express how we're feeling about the moment, and we should always find times to express how we feel about the moment.”

She added, “That is a reflection of joy. Because, you know,” then paused and cackled  before continuing, “it comes in the morning.”
Harris continued, “We have to find ways to also express the way we feel about the moment in terms of just having language and a connection to how people are experiencing life. And I think about it in that way, too.”

The episodes follow the pattern of the VP’s previous “word salad” remarks interspaced with hysterical laughter. The left-leaning Daily Show has even compared the liberal VP to the main character of HBO’s “Veep,” Selina Meyer.

Harris has approval ratings even lower than Democratic President Joe Biden and is the lowest rated of any modern-era VP.
Harris holds a 51.3 disapproval rating with only a meager 39.2 percent approving of her, according to recent polling.
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