Kamala’s latest ‘word salad’ gaffe sees the VP telling a bewildered crowd: ‘Community banks are in the community’
- Kamala Harris was once again slammed for an inconsistent ‘word salad’
- On Tuesday, she told reporters that “community banks are in the community”
- The Vice President’s tautological remarks made headlines before
Vice President Kamala Harris has been mocked for another “word salad” – in which she fleshes out her speeches by repetitively explaining simple concepts.
Speaking to the press at the Sycamore & Oak Commercial Village in DC on Tuesday, she stressed to reporters that “community banks are in the community” and therefore investing in them is good for the community.
“And so for years we’ve worked to increase investment in community banks because, you see, community banks specialize in providing loans and financial assistance to small business owners, especially those in neglected and underserved communities,” the vice president said.
“And as the name suggests, community banks are in the community,” she added.
Vice President Kamala Harris was mocked for yet another “word salad”. She told reporters on Tuesday that community banks are in the community and therefore investing in them is good for the community.
The term “word salad” originated in psychiatry and describes an unintelligible cocktail of words that make no sense together.
The term has recently come to be associated with Harris, whose style of speech often results in meaningless tautological phrases.
In response, the president’s deputy spokesman Kevin McCarthy asked, “But do they also offer banking-related services?”
‘Let’s see if she can figure this one out! Grocery stores sell GROCERY,’ wrote conservative radio personality Ken Miles, and included a thinking emoji.
“She actually said that,” tweeted conservative communications specialist Steve Guest.
In September, she also discussed community at some length, also in the context of community banks.
“We have invested an additional $12 billion in community banking because we know community banking is in the community and understand the needs and wants of that community and the talent and capacity of the community,” he said. she declared.
Harris has already been mocked for her odd choice of words. In January, she was mocked for a speech about Venn diagrams and school buses
Last month, Harris came under fire for explaining the meaning of the word “culture.”
His comments came during the 2023 Essence Culture Festival at Caesars Superdome.
“Culture is – it is a reflection of our moment and our time. LAW?’ said the Democrat, while engaging in several of her trademark breaks.
She continued, “And the current culture is how we express how we feel about the moment, and we should always find moments to express how we feel about the moment.
‘It is a reflection of joy. Because, you know, she added, before an audible pause and finally bursting into laughter, “it comes in the morning.”
She added: “We need to find ways to also express how we feel about the moment in terms of language and how it relates to how people experience life. And I also think of it that way.
Collectively, his posts have garnered tens of thousands of views and hundreds of likes.
The rapid response this week came after Harris gave another speech on the importance of “the moment” at a pro-abortion rally in Washington earlier this year.
“So I think it’s very important, as you’ve heard from so many incredible leaders for us in every moment and certainly this one, to see the moment in time where we exist and are present, and to be able to contextualize it, to understand where we exist in history and in the moment in terms of not just the past but the future,” she said in February.