Vice President Kamala Harris is at it again with one of her mesmerizing word salads on the marvels of the world around her — or should we say electrifying?
Speaking at a transmission line groundbreaking event in Tonopah, Arizona, Harris regaled the audience with a story of when she was a child and the family would take road trips.
“I remember sitting in the backseat of my mother’s Dodge Dart — it was yellow; she let us pick out the color,” she said, with a laugh. “And we’d be sitting in the backseat, me and my sister, and trying to, you know, figure out how to occupy the time. I’ll date myself by saying sometimes we would occupy the time by counting how many VW Bugs that we saw drive by.”
“But also, sometimes, just looking out the window. And I remember watching the miles and miles of electric wires flash by the window. And it was — it was kind of mesmerizing to just see those lines as we were driving the roads. And those wires, they seemed endless,” she explained, in that nasally voice that can make one’s skin crawl.
“Well, let’s think about it. Today, America has more than half a million miles of transmission lines. Enough to wrap around the globe 24 times. These lines connect the power plants, where electricity is created, to homes and businesses and schools and hospitals across our nation,” the vice president continued. “Think about it: Every time you turn on a light or charge your laptop or plug in your air conditioner or put leftovers in the fridge, you rely on the power delivered by our nation’s network of transmission lines.”
Kamala Harris explains electricity pic.twitter.com/3e3TL9ZqpH
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) January 20, 2023
And there you have it, how electricity works coming from the mouth of the individual one 80-year-old heartbeat away from the White House.
Social media users had a field day mocking Harris for her latest oratory offering… here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:
“When you stick a fork in an electrical outlet, you can really feel the electricity at work!” *cackle, head bob, cackle*
— Joanna (@OxfordJo70) January 20, 2023
Electricity makes electrical things move electrically through this thing called electricity which is generated in an electrical plant that makes the electricity we use to make our electrical devices electrified.
— Donny Jepp (@DonnyJeppCT) January 20, 2023
Hi my name is Kamala, every time I get up and speak in front of people I have nothing to say, I say it as though I have something to say even though it’s nothing, and though it’s nothing I’ll keep saying it like it’s something, but it’s not.
— Reliant (@ReliantBatteri1) January 20, 2023
“When a natural force and a turbine fall in love – sparks are in the air – their love flows for thousands of miles – around the earth 24 times actually, once an hour, and delivered to your home so you can plug in your air conditioner. Wow .” pic.twitter.com/qzUYGHBGvy
— Pennington️♂️ (@Verity_Avidity) January 20, 2023
Anytime she says something.. pic.twitter.com/hvCgwh7I1R
— Jimmy Cooks (@JimmyCookS617) January 20, 2023
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