Kamala Harris, the vice president, has a history of speaking awkwardly in public. On the Democratic rainbow tree, she is undoubtedly not the most brilliant bulb.
However, with the next-in-line to the president, things appear to be getting worse.
Harris’ COVID-19 test resulted in a positive result back in April.
When the White House revealed her treatment plan, it sparked some questions.
Kirsten Allen, Kamala’s press secretary, revealed that the politician took an antiviral drug that is only recommended for people who are at a high risk.
“Today, after consultation with her physicians, the Vice President was prescribed and has taken Paxlovid,” according to Allen’s statement.
Today, after consultation with her physicians, the Vice President was prescribed and has taken Paxlovid.
— Kirsten Allen (@KirstenAllen46) April 26, 2022
Given that Harris is first in line to succeed Joe Biden as president, the announcement raised concerns about how serious her ailment is and whether we are being given the full story.
Although the FDA doesn’t specify stupidity as a side effect of the medication she was administered, Covid may have had an impact on her thinking. Or she’s consuming a lot more alcohol. Maybe she’s smoking marijuana to block out the fact that the majority of people think she’s doing terrible and won’t ever be president until Biden unexpectedly passes away?
Who knows, but based on her most recent appearance, her condition is deteriorating.
Fox News reported on her latest word jumbling.
“Vice President Kamala Harris went viral on Tuesday for comments she made in Highland Park, Illinois, following the horrific Independence Day parade massacre.”
Just one day after the mass shooting that resulted in seven killed and over 30 injured, Harris visited the northern suburb of Chicago to meet with local law enforcement.
She made brief remarks to the mourning town.
“We’ve got to take this stuff seriously, as seriously as you are because you have been forced to take this seriously,” Harris said to the press and Highland Park residents.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“The whole nation should understand and have a level of empathy to understand that this could happen anywhere [to] any people in any community. And we should stand together and speak out about why it’s got to stop,” Harris added before stepping away.
Several critics mocked the vice president calling her the “Word Salad Queen” on social media after the clip was shared by Chicago Tribune reporter Jake Sheridan.
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