Washington Examiner's Editor-in-Chief, Hugo Gurdon, recently issued some blunt truth about just how bad Kamala Harris is and how little she knows.
On Washington Examiner's new publication arm "Restoring America," Gurdon headlined his letter from the editor, "What else doesn't Kamala Harris know?"
"If Donald Rumsfeld had seen Vice President Kamala Harris at the 38th parallel on the Korean Peninsula, he’d have been amazed to discover a new unknown unknown," Gurdon writes.
"The late lamented secretary of defense divided international challenges into 'known knowns …known unknowns…and…unknown unknowns,'" said Gurdon.
"Harris has made it hard to know what she knows and, perhaps more acutely, doesn’t know," he said.
Harris was speaking at the demilitarized zone that separates the democracy of South Korea from the tyrannical North Korea when she grossly misspoke.
Harris said, "The United States shares a very important relationship, which is an alliance, with the Republic of North Korea, and it is an alliance that is strong and enduring…"
"Some people dismiss this as just a verbal slip using 'north' when the intention was to say 'south.' But 'North Korea' isn’t just a geographical description or a country’s name — it’s a term loaded with associations weighing heavily on the awareness of all engaged politicians," Gurdon writes.
"Coupling 'alliance' with 'North Korea' should have set off an alarm in the veep’s mind immediately, and you’d expect her to follow up by saying, 'Excuse me, I mean, South Korea.' Instead, the howler was left hanging there as though Vice President Harry Truman had extolled America’s 'alliance with the Axis powers' — a thing impossible to imagine," Gurdon added.
The article continues, blasting Harris for how little she actually knows and the ways it continues to show and humiliate the American people.
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