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November 26, 2022

Kamala Harris Speech to Filipino Fishermen Mocked Over Confusing Words

Vice President Kamala Harris gave a speech to fishermen in the Philippines that has been widely mocked for its confusion.

"Fox Across America" host Jimmy Failla was among those to ridicule the vice president's speech, claiming it was as confusing to Americans as it was to those in the Philippines.

"I love that they give her pretend jobs. Anybody who has a child has been in this position before where it's like a busy day around the house, and you need the kids to get out of the way, so you say, ‘Lincoln, can you go get the monsters out of the washing machine?’ They're doing that with the vice president. ‘Kamala, can you get the monsters out of the fish hatchery?’" Failla said.

"It's like, 'Oh, hello, everybody. I'm here looking for the monsters.' It's a pretend job… and they're as confused as we are. Who is this is random lady? We have a Walmart greeter here now on the dock just waving to us as we come in. It was bizarre," he added.

Harris stated that her meetings in the Asian country were intended to strengthen ties with the Philippines.

"In my meeting with President Marcos, I made clear the United States stands with the Philippines in support of international rules and norms, and we are committed to strengthening our economic ties," she tweeted.

The effort may have instead resulted in more opportunities for others to ridicule her speeches, something that has plagued the vice president during her time in office.

The concern comes as Harris is already on her third speechwriter in two years and Democrats have continued to call for new candidates to run in 2024.

The future for Harris remains uncertain, leaving the left vulnerable under both the vice president and President Joe Biden in the next presidential election.

Source: Fox News

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