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By K. Walker,

The Coven of “The View” think it’s racist, sexist, and just plain cruel to point out that Vice President Kamala Harris is becoming known for her “word salad” speeches.

On Tuesday, the co-hosts of “The View” discussed the White House’s plan to “boost” Vice President Kamala Harris’s image.

Whoopi started the segment by pondering why that would be needed, and controlled opposition co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin jumped in, saying that Harris will be under the microscope primarily because she’ll be the running mate of the oldest Presidential candidate in American history.

Diversity hires Sunny Hostin responded that it was simply due to racism and misogyny “because we live in America.”

Joy Behar agreed with her tanned Mini-Me, adding that Geraldine Ferraro was also criticized when she was Walter Mondale’s running mate in 1984.

Co-host Sara Haines pushed back on that by saying that she finds the Vice President challenging to listen to because of her “word salads” and played several short clips of Harris speaking.

“I don’t know if she’s going off script and ad-libbing or improving — and if that’s the case, she needs to stay on script,” Haines said. “If it’s her speechwriter, they need to change the speechwriter because when you’re two years in, they need to protect her more.”

Well, see, here’s the thing — Kamala has trouble keeping staff. Two-and-a-half years into the administration, she’s already gone through two communications directors and a boatload of staff.

Harris’s first Comms Director, Ashley Etienne, left in November 2021. Jamal Simmons, who replaced Etienne in January 2022, resigned in December. In March, instead of hiring a third Comms Director, Harris hired Stephanie Young as senior adviser to focus on messaging and outreach and take a “bird’s eye” to the overall messaging from the Vice President’s office.

Do you think maybe that could be part of the problem here?

Before we get into Hostin’s absurd defense of Harris, let’s examine a few examples of the Vice President addressing various audiences.

Vice President Harris often sounds like she is trying to make a word count in an essay after having never read the book…

…or that she’s just learned basic information for the first time.

She speaks to adults like they are children. Here she is explaining to astronauts how a rocket launch is conducted.

Many people have said that the Vice President often sounds like she’s drunk.

Or maybe she’s high on that time-traveling weed she had while listening to Tupac and Snoop Dogg’s music in college years before either of them released an album.

Sky News Australia host Cory Bernardi says Harris speaks “like a simpleton.”

So, which is it? Is she unprepared, ignorant, drunk, high, or a simpleton?

I vote for all of the above.

Or maybe she just hates her job. It must be difficult playing second fiddle to Bumbling Biden.

It could be a combination of all of the above.

It might be helpful for Harris’s team to put together a Venn diagram and see if these things are overlapping problems that need addressing.

Kamala Harris’s speeches have basically become a recurring joke on the Right at this point. As of this writing, the Washington Free Beacon has created 9 video compilations of “Veep Thoughts with Kamala Harris.”

Even “The Daily Show” (which is so leftwing that it spins in circles) couldn’t ignore how much life is imitating art — Kamala Harris sounds like an IRL version of Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s “Veep” character, Selina Meyer.

How does Hostin defend all of that? She repeats her claim that it’s because of racism and misogyny but then says that Harris repeats herself because she’s a lawyer, and lawyers are taught to speak in threes.

“I would add that as a lawyer, you’re generally told when you’re speaking that you speak in threes because that’s what people remember,” Hostin said. “So if you’re going to talk about a car, you talk about the car, the red car, the fast red car.”

Here’s a clip of the segment with the comments from both Haines and Hostin.

What the hell is she talking about???

There are a lot of lawyers in Congress, and none speak in the bizarre way that Kamala Harris does. Let’s just look at the Senate chamber where Kamala used to be.

Do Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX), Mike Lee (R-UT), Josh Hawley (R-MO), or the unparalleled John Kennedy (R-LA) ramble incoherently as Kamala Harris does?

It’s not just Republicans, either. While one could argue that Senators Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), Cory Booker (D-NJ), and Mazie Hirono (D-HI) all have their own speech idiosyncrasies, none of them have the same that Harris does that makes her sound drunk.

This is a uniquely Kamala Harris phenomenon; no attempt to dismiss it as racism, misogyny, or some sort of “lawyerly communication style” will work.

It’s up to Kamala Harris and her (constantly shrinking) team to try to fix this, but that will be difficult since this odd, patronizing speaking style seems to be an engrained habit of the Vice President.

You can watch the entire segment of “The View” harpies discussing how mean people are for attacking Kama-La here:


By the way, Hostin (predictably) bashed married white women as racist and complicit in the patriarchy by baselessly claiming that they “fall in line with what their husbands are doing.”

She hates the Right so much that she dehumanizes white women who vote Republican comparing them to cockroaches.

It couldn’t be that there are actual ideological differences grounded in values, right?

How is “The View” still on television? Everyone knows what the panel members will say before they even say it. These women are all reading from (basically) the same script because they’re all in the same bubble. That must be why it’s called “THE View.”

There are better women to learn from than the Coven over at “The View.”


Cross-passed with Clash Daily


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