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Vice President Kamala Harris struggled with her words once again while addressing transportation issues at the American Rescue Plan Workforce Development Summit on Wednesday. 

“Together, we are investing in training programs and apprenticeships that give workers the skills they need to take on the jobs with better wages and better benefits — in particular, workers from underrepresented backgrounds,” Harris said

She went on to talk about transportation before struggling to coherently convey her intended message. 

“Together, we are expanding access to transportation.  t seems like maybe it’s a small issue; it’s a big issue,” Harris said. “You need to get to go and need to be able to get where you need to go to do the work and get home.”

Social media users mocked Harris for her seemingly unintelligible statement about transportation.

“It’s like she gets one word stuck in her head and repeats it 3 or 4 times in 10 seconds. This happens all the time,” one user wrote.

“More alphabet soup from Kamala,” another user tweeted.

Harris’s comment on Wednesday is not the first time the vice president has struggled to coherently convey her thoughts. 

Recently, Harris fumbled over her words while speaking about the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Harris said, “great aspiration of our nation has been to expand freedom. … But the expansion of freedom clearly is not inevitable, and it certainly is not something that just happens.”

Further, she struggled with her words while speaking alongside Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness in March, saying, “We also recognize — just as it has been in the United States for Jamaica — one of the issues that has been presented as an issue that is economic in the way of its impact has been the pandemic.”

Most notably, Harris rambled about the “significance of the passage” of time during a speech in March in Louisiana, saying the phrase four times within 32 seconds. 

Harris similarly stumbled over her words while speaking overseas in Poland. “I am here, 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,” Harris said.

Original Article: VP Harris Has Another ‘Word Salad’ Moment While Speaking at Summit (breitbart.com)

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  1. Sadly, her statement does not mean what people think. Harris talks about Investing in “training programs and apprenticeships” for people “from underrepresented backgrounds.” A wonderful, noble goal, to be certain. Most people hear that and think, “Great! Underrepresented people can improve their skills, take pride in accomplishing that, get better jobs., and provide for themselves and their families.”
    I hope and pray that happens. But in Democrat run cities, people from “underrepresented backgrounds” constantly hear they are victims of institutional and systemic racism. So most won’t bother. Those who do, will be accused of acting white, being race betrayers, etc, etc.
    And of course, if the programs never materialize, the MSM will ignore it. Think about the high paying jobs people at Solyndra have. Oh, wait….

    • Good you’re not speaking amongst people from everywhere and on various subjects to address every time you speak. And sometimes, the next three hours, the same day, another engagement on a whole different issue. We must look at things from various perspectives.

  2. you need to go and need to get to go so you can go home, who needs to go is VP Harris needs to go so she can go hone to California but first she needs to go so she can go and go now!!

  3. I graduated high school in 1966 and went to work full time for the Consulting Engineering firm I had been working part time for as a Draftsman. Now I didn’t say “apprentice draftsman” I said DRAFTSMAN. It was a skill I was taught in High School. Back then you could learn a scalable skill in high school,,,,,and don’t give me this “Today you need to have post high school education BS” You know why? Because the commie teacher’s unions took over the school boards and replaced industrial arts with classes like ‘Diversity”, “Urban Studies” and now a half dozen “Critical Race theory” coerces including “liberal” amounts of re-written history and have dumbed down everything else that I could have aced the high school final exams of today in the 3Rs when I got out of the 8th grade.

    Back then you could get a job as a welder tight out of high school ,,,, and here again don’t give me the BS that it takes more skill today. A guy today that had been running the magical computer control Pulse–MIG machines turning out code quality welds for 5 years today couldn’t put down the root pass on a 6G pipe test using 6010 stick electrode that the 18 year old high school graduate could do in 1966, but that same kid of magically transported to the shop with the MIG-Pulse machine would take 15 minutes to train to do the same job, just as well, as the guy who has been burning the wire for 5 years. – How do I know? My degree is in Welding Engineering.

    And let’s talk about the draftsman. The T-Square board and pencil draftsman had to be MUCH more skilled and WAY better educated then the newly graduated AutoCad 2D or draftsman or Solidworks operators that make pretty pictures on a computer today. I’d like to see these guys come up with an ink drawing of a part on linen using a ruling pen and a slide rule to do the trig to calculate bolt circle locations. (We were just starting to use Rapidigraph pens and I finely got my own Cutra Calculator just before i got drafted into the Army.) So how do I know about the skills and education required today for CAD drafting? – I have been using Autocad since 2001 and learned Solidworks about 10 years ago, but like I said, it’s much better at pretty pictures them making working drawings, although it’s not bad a generating G-code fof CNC machines. So skill level???? Well CAD takes zero skill and WAY less education then board and pencil,,,,Mostly the lack of math, algebra, plain geometry, and Trigonometry education that would stop the CAD operator with 5 years on the job right at the company personnel office back in 1966. The commie teacher’s union have been dumbing down the high school kids for decades and it takes 2 or more years of collage to get to the level of a high school graduate of days of yore.

    So Kamshaft. Wanna get these “under represented” waifs able to get jobs. Foget the post high school crap (They can go to Adult Education at night at the local High School) Get with Dr. Ben Carson and for starters totally END TENURE nationwide. If a teacher cannot teach then they cannot stay. All I hear from K-12 teachers is the parents are not cooperating (funny we don’t hear that from “Higher education” institutes) I taught my boys things they were not exposed to in public schools (BTW They are both superintendents in union Electrician and Ironworker companies and have been paying tax on 6 figures for the past 6+ years INCLUDING t he PAN-demic) but I was not PAID to educate them. I paid taxes and indirectly hired the commie union teachers to educate them. In any other business when someone does not do the job they are paid to do,,,,THEY GET FIRED…but here we have the US Public School system that has not turned out a salable product in over 30 years and they are boping along getting pay raises for not even coming close to getting the job they are paid for done.

    After the elimination of tenure give the schools federal money to kick the “diversity and inclusion” crap out of the classrooms and put Industrial Arts back in the high schools. 3 years of CAD training will make someone of any gender employable when they graduate. Same goes for welding but leave the computer controlled machines for the last year. and as far a machine shop, make them start on manual machines and learn how to grind a lathe tool and sharpen a drill bit on a pedestal grinder. Keep the CNC stuff for the senior year. (You can teach a monkey enough to get a job on a CNC machining center in 6 months.) Just one caveat. Not everybody gets a trophy. Make national standards that must be passed before you proceed to the next level or no federal money….and don’t give me the teacher’s union shit about “teaching for the test” Let me make the test. I hope you DO teach for the test, because if you can pass MY test you can get do the job you just qualified for. .

    We need no new “retraining” programs. Just a few tweeks on the 1966 public school curriculum and you got top line American workers coming out of high schools in 5 or 10 years that will be better trained and educated then anywhere else in the world.

    (Now if we can only teach the little Beckys and Jaysons that a full time job is not 3 out of 5, 2 with a hangover. Maybe bring back the draft, but this time for EVERYBODY, Girls and boys who are not bedridden,,,No exemptions….They will be satisfied with less after 2 years of being a GI )

  4. Put her in a classroom and have her teach your a year. Your children may come out like her — thinking and talking like her.
    GIBBERISH! Like talking to 1st graders.

    Make her a Principal of a school and see how much she would “screw that school up”!

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