Kamala Harris traveled next door to Virginia last week to promote electric school buses. And imagine my surprise when I learned she gave a speech at a high school.
After seeing the clips from her speech, I felt sure she was talking to a bunch of preschoolers.
Then again, Kamala recently delivered a speech to members of the US Space Force that also sounded like she was talking to a bunch of preschoolers:
But we all know how much Kamala loves talking about space, don’t we?
The so-called Second Most Powerful Person in the WorldTM takes on the grating voice of a condescending preschool teacher — full of childlike wonder and awe – whenever she talks about space:
Apparently, electric school buses also bring out this embarrassing, cringy side of Kamala Harris. Just as she did when talking about space, Kamala once again adopts that faux childlike wonder in delivering her speech about electric school buses while speaking to the audience as if they arrived there on the short bus:
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As always, to really appreciate the cringe, read it out loud to yourself in your best condescending, “talking to special ed kids” voice:
“And so I think about this subject of our yellow school buses in that regard. Because think about it: Yellow school buses are our nation’s largest form of mass transit. How about that? Every day — [clapping] so, yes, and let’s applaud, because it gets ‘em where they need to go. Cackle-cackle-cackle!”
“You can see the yellow school buses with your own eyes! With your own eyes!”
Spoiler alert: Kamala never thinks about yellow school buses.
“And it was fantastic. The press actually rode on an electric school bus, just so you know. So I think they got the real inside feeling for what this means. Right? And so, what we all experienced is, on an electric school bus, on an electric bus: no exhaust. No diesel smell.”
“Now, I’ve spoken to a number of drivers, for example, who have recently switched to electric buses. And they stressed the importance of a quiet engine, which is much bigger than just you can have a conversation and hear each other; it helps the drivers hear the road, which, of course, helps keep our children safer.”
“Our children.” Okay, that part is hilarious.
Kamala Harris is a childless woman in her fifties. She has zero experience with children, which might explain why she speaks to all of them, from 8 months to 18, like they’re semi-retarded toddlers.
I don’t know why Kamala thinks talking like she’s a character on Sesame Street is a good way for the Vice President of the United States to promote an administration policy.
Because it isn’t.
Between her off-putting cackle and her cartoony delivery, Kamala comes off vapid and unserious, and by extension makes whatever she’s talking about, whether space exploration or electric school buses, sound equally unserious.
You would think someone in the Veep’s office would tell her that Americans already have a tough time taking her seriously so maybe it’s time to drop the preschool teacher act and start behaving like a Vice President.
Then again, maybe someone has told her, but Kamala is so bad at this, she just can’t help herself.
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