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1.) Swamp Fox - 03/15/2022

2.) Swamp Fox - 03/15/2022
It seems K thinks that Ukraine is a member of NATO... That's special ... Special K ...

Does she wear a helmet to her meetings on foreign policy?


White House Doctors Kamala Harris Transcript After Realizing How Badly She Screwed Up

By Joe Saunders

When it comes to Kamala Harris, they really are putting words in her mouth.

The worst vice president since Joe Biden held the job has already established herself as being in deep over her head when it comes to handling any of the position’s responsibilities, but she’s shown a special knack for ineptitude when it comes to matters of foreign policy.

In a speech over the weekend, she proved it so badly that the official White House transcript had to be doctored to cover it up.

Speaking at the Democratic National Committee’s winter meeting at the Washington Hilton in D.C., Harris kicked off her speech with the usual glad-handing of domestic politics (“shout out to the Californians …”) before briefly touching on her recent trip abroad and the vicious war of aggression Russia is waging against Ukraine.

She should have left it untouched.

As most people who take even a casual interest in world events probably know, the invasion was sparked at least in part by Russian President Vladimir Putin’s opposition to Ukraine joining the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the military alliance that helped defeat the evil empire of Putin’s beloved Soviet Union.

Maybe Harris doesn’t take even a casual interest in world events — beyond getting private-jet service to European locales. Her speech at the DNC event suggested she thinks Ukraine already is a part of NATO, a misunderstanding so grave that revisionists on the White House briefing desk had to rewrite a bit of history.

“Russia’s invasion threatens not just Ukraine’s democracy, it threatens democracy and security across Europe,” the vice president said.

“So I will say what I know we all say, and I will say over and over again: The United States stands firmly with the Ukrainian people in defense of the NATO alliance.”

That’s what CNN heard. That’s what Business Insider heard. It’s what the transcriptionists at Grabien heard.

But it’s clearly not what the White House wants posterity to remember, because after someone realized just how grave an error Harris had made, the White House transcript of her errant sentence included the word “[and]” — as though she said something she hadn’t.

Here’s what the transcript shows (emphasis added):

“So I will say what I know we all say, and I will say over and over again: The United States stands firmly with the Ukrainian people [and] in defense of the NATO Alliance. (Applause.)”

Fox News’ “The Big Sunday Show” caught the moment.

And plenty of social media users weighed in on the error and the correction.

Just over a year into the Biden presidency, it gets more painfully clear every day what a disaster for this country the election of 2020 presented.

Whatever it was about former President Donald Trump that discomfited liberal (and even some not-so-liberal) white, suburban women, whatever it is in his earthy, patriotic followers that evokes scorn from elitists on the left and the right, it never came close to the disgrace the Biden administration foists on the country every day – very much including its painfully inept vice president.

Granted, this is the Biden administration, where the ability to speak and think clearly isn’t exactly at a premium, considering the doddering septuagenarian at the top of the bill.

But this isn’t a “Saturday Night Live” skit, and Kamala Harris isn’t just a screeching progressive occupying a safe California Senate seat or trying to assassinate the character of Supreme Court nominees. She’s a vice president who’s supposed to be helping lead the greatest country the world has ever known through a dangerous time.

The unfortunate fact, though, is that it’s the president she serves, and the administration she’s part of, that has made the world infinitely more dangerous than it was when Trump was in the White House (there’s a reason Putin didn’t invade anyone on Trump’s watch).

At this point, even Harris has to know she’s out of her league — it’s obvious enough to everyone else (like her discontented, fleeing staff).

Thanks to the Founders, voters will get a chance to render a verdict on the Biden administration and the Democratic Party in the November midterm elections – and every American who loves this country will make sure to turn out the vote.

In two years more, there will be a chance to correct the historic error.

Until then, there are only two words anyone can put into Harris’ mouth that would really help.

“I quit.”[/QUOTE]
3.) bluecat - 03/15/2022
All I've ever heard her do is laugh inappropriately.
4.) Swamp Fox - 03/15/2022
That's her superpower ...
5.) Swamp Fox - 03/15/2022
Hair-sniffin' Joe and cacklin' Kamala ...

It's like a twisted Caped Crusader and Boy Wonder ...
6.) DParker - 03/15/2022
Yeah, her giggling during her presser with the Pres. of Poland over a question about accepting Ukrainian war refugees was one of the cringiest things I've ever seen.
7.) Swamp Fox - 03/15/2022
I'm willing to give her a little "nervous" laughter at an awkward question and a "you-go-first" moment, but it was more than that.

Something was downright hilarious to her, and that's not just a little off under the circumstances.

Former Zalensky spokeswoman's deleted tweet --A little too on the nose?? :

8.) Swamp Fox - 03/16/2022
So nice I'm posting this twice, but this time in the right thread:

The Rise Of The Kamala Impersonators:

And don't miss this:

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I don't know how to embed the second video, but I'll keep at it. In the meantime, don't be skeered of the link.
9.) Swamp Fox - 03/17/2022
[COLOR="#cc0066"][B][FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=3]Surf's up! [/SIZE][/FONT][/B][/COLOR]

Folks who have caught on are on a roll...

[QUOTE][B][SIZE=2]The Extraordinary Vapidity of Kamala Harris[/SIZE][/B]

As if to put to rest forever all of those ticklish inquiries about Providence, the grave and trying moment in which we now find ourselves has brought with it a hero capable of rivaling any other. Her name is Vice President Kamala Harris, and she is to the nugatory platitude what Michelangelo was to the marble block: All challengers flee before her, all pretenders quit their thrones at the mere mention of her name. Listen carefully and one can hear the desperation as the most accomplished rattlebrains in America issue condign sighs of dismay. How talented is Harris? Talented enough to make the inanities uttered by her rival Pete Buttigieg sound substantive, concise, and apprehensible. Talented enough to make Dan Quayle seem like Pericles. Talented enough to make Marjorie Taylor Greene remind one of top-form Jane Austen. Never, in the field of human rhetoric, has an experiment in political growth been such a spectacular and unmitigated bust.

To the uninitiated, Harris’s exquisite bromides may seem all to run together, like The Ring Cycle or Ulysses. And yet, as the Eskimo is able to distinguish between 400 types of snow, so the experienced Harris-watcher will learn to differentiate between the many innovative ways in which she is able to convey that she has no damned idea what she’s talking about. The key, counterintuitively, is to look not at what Harris says — that is fruitless — but at what her tone and vocabulary say about the vibe for which she’s aiming. When discussing energy, Harris has in mind a vague, albeit wholly unanchored, futurism. Thus we get sentences such as, “That’s why we’re here today — because we have the ability to see what can be, unburdened by what has been, and then to make the possible actually happen.” On foreign policy, Harris wishes to project a sobriety that is half-Churchill-in-the-House-of-Commons and half-Brutus-delivering-his-funeral-oration, but, because she has not done the reading and rarely knows where she is, she ends up sounding like a punch-drunk Napoleon at the opening of a suburban toy store. “I am here,” Harris said last week, an ersatz frown rippling awkwardly across her face, “standing here on the northern flank, on the eastern flank, talking about what we have in terms of the eastern flank and our NATO allies, and what is at stake at this very moment — what is at stake this very moment are some of the guiding principles . . .” On medicine, she, well, who knows, frankly? “This virus,” she has said. “It has no eyes.”

Glad we cleared that up.

With the possible exception of the amusement that is signaled by her cackling, Harris’s most frequently expressed emotion is surprise. “I mean, listen, guys,” she demanded in Munich a few weeks ago, barely stifling a duuuuuuude. “We’re talking about the potential for war in Europe!” Subsequently asked by a radio host to elaborate “in layman’s terms, for people who don’t understand what’s going on,” Harris took her exposition all the way down to the studs. “So, Ukraine is a country in Europe,” she floated, before proceeding as if by “layman’s terms,” her interlocutor had meant that she should assume he didn’t know what a country was. “It exists next to another country called Russia. Russia is a bigger country. Russia is a powerful country. Russia decided to invade a smaller country called Ukraine. So, basically, that’s wrong, and it goes against everything that we stand for.”

As it happens, maps seem to be of particular fascination to Harris. Ignoring a reporter’s question about inflation last week, she cleared her throat with some choice nonsense — “In terms of the discussions that the President Iohannis and I had, they ranged in subject, including the issue of the Black Sea, and I’ll let him explain in more detail as he would like, but we are, again, fully aware and apprised because we are in constant communication with the president, with his administration here about the concerns that they have about the entire region and, frankly, the vulnerability,” she said, before snapping quickly back to childlike wonder. “All you have to do is look at the map and see that where Romania exists geographically — and as is the case for our Allies on the eastern flank — that there are potential vulnerabilities, which is why we say very clearly: We will dedicate — and have been especially enhancing, over the last few weeks — our support based on their current needs.”

Back in 2019, during her brief run for the presidency, Harris frequently insisted that we must have more serious “conversations” about the topics on which she had being asked to comment, and yet, for some reason, never quite got around to participating in them. Now, we know why.

Cometh the hour, cometh the bromide. One never likes to say “never,” but, at this rate, it is going to be impossible for capable dunces such as Madison Cawthorn and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez even to compete with Harris in the inanity stakes. She is a wonder, a phenom, a once-in-a-generation prodigy, and to keep her crown indefinitely, she’ll need only to remember that it is time for her to keep doing what she has been doing, and that time is every day.