(Slay News) – Democrat Vice President Kamala Harris has received widespread mockery after she gave confusing “word salad” answers during her latest interview.
Harris’s baffling remarks have been bashed by both Republicans and Democrats, however.
CBS News correspondent Robert Costa asked Harris, “When you look back, did Democrats fail – past Democratic presidents, congressional leaders – to not codify Roe v. Wade over the past five decades?”
Harris said: “I think that, to be very honest with you, I do believe that we should have rightly believed, but we certainly believe that certain issues are just settled.
“Certain issues are just settled.”
Costa said, “Clearly were not.”
Harris said, “No, that’s right.
“And that’s why I do believe that we are living, sadly, in real unsettled times.”
Social media users were quick to pan Harris over the comments.
Former digital media adviser to Hillary Clinton Peter Daou said: “WHAT IS SHE SAYING?
“Kamala Harris responds to question of Dems failing to codify #RoeVWade: ‘I think that, to be very honest with you, I do believe that we should have rightly believed, but we certainly believed that certain issues are just settled.’”
According to The Blaze folks on both sides of the aisle were perplexed by the VP.
Progressive YouTuber Emma Vigeland: “This is incoherent. Is everything ok…?”
Radio host Clay Travis: “How is it possible that Kamala Harris is this bad at public speaking?”
Writer Ryan Songalia: “Captions need a bouncing ball to follow along with the words.”
“The Simpsons” writer Broti Gupta: “Kamala Harris talks like she has a translator earpiece on and it has water damage.”
Kamala Harris talks like she has a translator earpiece on and it has water damage
— broti gupta (@BrotiGupta) July 9, 2022
Republican consultant Erin Perrine: “Biden-Harris: The Ron Burgundy—Word Salad Chef Administration.”
Radio host Erick Erickson: “Holy cow what a bad answer. This is going to cause a Dem revolt. The GOP has been after this for decades. But the Dems thought it settled so did nothing?!”
Editor Curtis Houck: “What is with this administration and an aversion to basic speaking skills and grasp of the English language?”