Kamala Harris Dives Into Ridiculous, Offensive Moments During Climate Speech – Opinion

Some left-leaning people hoped Kamala would get better if she got more out of Kamala Harris and spoke at more events.

It’s… not going well.

Just like Joe Biden’s, her problem is that she also has problems. She may not have the same cognitive impairment, but it is still difficult to avoid falling into word-symbols and make clear points.

Harris was at Florida International University in Miami, Florida on Monday to talk about “Climate Resilience.” That involved brilliant observations like this one — that if you don’t have air conditioning, heat waves will affect you more.

“Consider: Heat waves pose a greater threat to people who don’t have air conditioning or who work in high-heat workplaces, such as warehouses or farm fields,” Harris said. Now that’s a revelation.

Then there’s this “exciting” part about moving energy from place to place. She always speaks as though she’s talking to five-year-olds.

This one, however, was the word salad for the day.

“While we send our prayers, and our love, we also, with each day, renew our commitment to the urgency of now and the ability that we have collectively, all of us in it together, to do something about it,” Harris declared.

At least Biden is about 105 at this point, what’s Harris’ excuse? But hey, shouldn’t we all be committed to the “urgency of now”? I mean isn’t that as significant as the passage of time?

No wonder she’s losing speechwriters left and right, there’s only so much that staffer could do. It isn’t about the speechwriter, it’s about Kamala. In February she lost her first speechwriter, and then in July the replacement came. Kamala has lost three top-ranking people in the last month. She lost her chief speechwriter Meghan Groob and Rohini Kosoglu, one of Harris’ longest serving aides who had been with her since her Senate days. Michael Collins, Harris’ director of intergovernmental affairs and public engagement, also sent her notice.

However, she did some very despicable things. She claimed that climate change was responsible for the floods in Kentucky and Missouri.

For years our country and many others have discussed, lamented, and talked about climate change. The potential effects that climate change might have on our nation, our community, and the rest of the world has been a topic we’ve debated for many years.

And today we know the impact, if folks weren’t clear about it before. Watch the news at night to see how the discussion is over. The climate crisis has been made by climate change. Climate change is now a real threat.

Recently, floods that swept across Missouri and Kentucky left at least 35 children and babies dead. Four children were taken from the same family, as has been confirmed.

Devastation is real. It is very real. It is very real. We are witnessing this in real time.

What is the secret to her knowledge? Without thinking about how offensive it would be to use deaths to support her political points, she just says whatever comes to her mind.

There’s been flooding since the start of the world. It was caused by heavy rainfall over a brief period. Is it possible to stop rain from falling?

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