NOTE: The following article is satire, not a statement of fact. Treat it as such.
Kamala Harris recently appeared for a campaign reception in what was yet another terrible idea for the Biden regime, as she obviously had no real idea what was going on and was instead just incoherently and non-sensically rambling about nonsense.
That is, it was a normal Kamala word salad speech about nothing of note until she accidentally let slip a detail about China and who is benefitting from Brandon’s infrastructure spending bill, which is China.
Beginning the inane, word salad rambling, she said:
You know, I just left giving a speech at — Unidos is having its annual conference. And there were, I don’t know, almost 2,000 people there where we talked about building the coalition and what we do to support each other. And when I think about what the people in this room did in 2020, it was extraordinary, and it bears reflection for a moment.
During the height of a pandemic, when people were upended in terms of the personal loss they suffered, the loss of life, loss of normalcy, loss of jobs; when people were overwhelmed by what it required in terms of just figuring out how to educate their own children at home — with all of that happening, you all kept pushing and doing the work of encouraging your neighbors and your colleagues and your friends and family to stay involved and be involved to understand what was at stake and that they could actually do something about it and it would matter.
And it is because of your belief in our country and your optimism and, dare I say, your grit that we were then able to accomplish what we did in 2020, which was record turnout in terms of voters, and in particular, young voters. And because of that work, we can stand here today, two and a half years later, and talk about transformational accomplishment. We can talk about, for example, an infrastructure bill.
Then came the China detail. “And,” she said, “who is benefitting from that infrastructure bill? Well, the American people, of course. That’s because we’re getting the best roads, bridges, solar power plants, and all the other important things, and at the lowest cost! We’re getting all that for so little because China is doing it. China makes great infrastructure! That’s why they have the belt and road thing. It’s good!”
After that rambling, she realized she had done something very wrong and tried to backtrack, or at least confuse. It wasn’t clear because what she was saying wasn’t clear. “Well, umm, you see, that’s like, it’s a good thing to have closer relations with other countries. Other countries are good, because they’re other countries and have other things. Food, culture, buildings. All of that is in other countries. And some of them are big, very big. So they have bigger things. And that’s why it’s a good thing to work with other countries that have other things.”