On Tuesday, Vice President Kamala Harris delivered another word, salad, as she incoherently explained the location of “community banks.”

“We invested an additional $12 billion in community banks because we know community banks are in the community and understand the needs and aspirations of the community and the talents and capabilities of the community,” Harris said.

The vice president’s ridiculous remarks were made at a roundtable discussion with student leaders at Claflin University in South Carolina with Education Secretary Miguel Cardona.

Harris was then mocked on social media as footage of her gaffe went viral.

“Kamala Harris, the greatest speaker since Winston Churchill, on community banks,” Say Clay Travis, founder of OutKick

“Kamala had to do another book report on a book she didn’t read today…this time with the title, ‘Community Banks,'” wrote Comedian Tim Young.

“thanks @vp Kamala Harris made it clear: ‘Community banks are in communities’, tweet Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer.

As Housekaart News documented, this isn’t the first time the vice president has struggled with his remarks this year.

Speaking at the U.S. Rescue Workforce Summit on transportation in July, Harris spoke about the importance of going home.

“We’re expanding accessibility together. It seems like this could be a small problem; it’s a big problem,” the VP said, before explaining incoherently, “You need to go, you need to be able to get where you need to go to work and go home. .”

In June, Harris struggled to speak coherently when it came to the future of abortion after the Supreme Court decision overturned Roe v Wade.

“The strength of our country has always been that we will keep going despite the difficulties and obstacles. We are guided by what we see, and these things can lighten the burden of what has already happened,” she said.

In March, Harris repeated the phrase “the passage of time” four times in 30 seconds, while commenting on accessible high-speed internet.

Harris’ “community bank” remarks also aren’t the first time Democrats from California have stated something that seems obvious in wording.

In June 2020, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti was asked a question defining “systemic racism” following the Black Lives Matter protests, and he replied: “Systemic racism It’s racism built into the system.”

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