‘Word Salad’: It’s Scary Kamala Harris Can’t Answer These Russia and Ukraine Questions

An embarrassing and scary exchange of words between Kamala Harris and reporters in Germany revealed that she is completely incompetent and unprepared to defend America’s interests as Russia is on the brink of war with Ukraine.

In a mind-numbing statement, Harris claimed there has been “peace and security” in Europe for “over 70 years.” She was immediately slammed on social media for putting her ignorance on full display for the world to see.

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Reporters asked Harris about how the Biden administration saw the situation’s “endgame” playing out. She responded, “I mean, listen, guys. We’re talking about the potential for war in Europe.”

“I mean, let’s really take a moment to understand the significance of what we’re talking about,” she continued.

“It’s been over 70 years. And through those 70 years … there has been peace and security. We are talking about the real possibility of war in Europe,” she added.

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Harris was brutally mocked on social media for her Q&A with reporters at the Munich Security Conference in Germany.

“Did I just watch Kamala Harris claim there has been peace in Europe for 70 years?” one person responded.

“Berlin Wall only came down three decades ago so I’d quibble with 70 years,” Washington Examiner reporter Jerry Dunleavy responded.

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Dunleavy noted the Yugoslavian civil wars of the 1990s as well as Russia’s attacks on Georgia & Ukraine.

“Nor do I consider the Soviet occupation of Eastern Europe ‘peace & security,'” Dunleavy added.

“Sending perpetually unprepared Kamala Harris over to attempt to quell a geopolitical crisis is such an outrageous move,” Republican Matt Whitlock responded.

“This word salad … may God help us all,” former GOP House and Senate candidate Sean Parnell commented. “We are being led by total buffoons.”

“Cue Veep closing credits,” Republican pollster Patrick Ruffini tweeted alongside video of Harris’ filibuster.