Kamala Litella

Kamala Litella

Hoo Boy. The Biden administration just made Kamala Harris look like Emily Litella on the world stage. They sent her over to Germany to address the Munich security conference, and Kamala Litella made a big show of just how great a price Russia would pay if they dare to put a toe over the border into Ukraine.

Kamala Litella made no bones about it, telling the assembled world leaders:

Let me be clear, I can say with absolute certainty if Russia further invades Ukraine the United States, together with our Allies and partners, will impose significant and unprecedented economic costs.

Not just “let me be clear,” but “let me be clear” AND “I can say with absolute certainty.”

Wow, way to dangle your ass over the cliff, Kamala.

Then on Sunday, she reiterated to reporters just how “great” and “significant” and “powerful” these sanctions were going to be if Putin dared to make a move against Ukraine.

Well, yesterday, Putin made his move. He officially recognized the independence of Donetsk and Luhansk, the two eastern territories of Ukraine, then he sent Russian “peacekeeping” troops across the border.

And those “significant” and “unprecedented” sanctions?

Yeah, they’re not getting triggered because the White House moved the goalposts.

And now Kamala Litella, ass dangling over the cliff from her “I can say with absolute certainty” remark, will now have to issue a two-word update to her speech: “never mind.”

Honestly, with bungling yahoos like these running the country, I don’t know whether to lie awake at night in terror or laugh myself to sleep.

I don’t know if you remember this, but back in January when Joe Biden finally held a formal press conference with White House reporters, he landed himself in it big time by suggesting that the US would take no action against Russia over a “minor incursion” into Ukraine.

Man, the blowback was so immense over that remark, Jen Psaki was forced to issue a “clarification.” And like Kamala Litella, Psaki left no room for doubt.

Psaki “clarified” that “If any Russian military forces move across the Ukrainian border, that’s a renewed invasion.” She went on to warn that any such move by Russia would be met with “a swift, severe, and united response” from the US and its allies and partners.

Turns out, Biden was right. The US will not trigger these sanctions just for the “minor incursion” that happened yesterday.

In a conference call with reporters yesterday, a White House official explained that Putin sending troops over the border into Donbas “would not itself be a new step” since Russian troops have been in the Donbas region since 2014.

But Jen Psaki expressly said any military forces crossing the border would be considered “a renewed invasion.”

Now Jen Psaki will have to issue her own “never mind.”

Sure, these guys talk tough. But when the rubber meets the road, they lack follow-through.

The only thing Biden did yesterday was sign an executive order restricting economic activity in Donetsk and Luhansk. Psaki was then forced to explain that this executive order isn’t the promised “significant” and “unprecedented” economic sanctions Kamala said with “absolute certainty” were guaranteed to happen.

I’m beginning to suspect the Kamala supporters are right. The Biden administration is deliberately putting this vapid lightweight into the position of making an absolute fool of herself.

Granted, Kamala Litella wasn’t the only administration official promising swift, decisive, strong, and significant action. She’s just the one who had to run her neck into the noose by doing it on the world stage.

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6 thoughts on “Kamala Litella

  • February 22, 2022 at 4:56 pm
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    While Xi eyes up Taiwan, Putin says “hold my beer and watch this”. Meanwhile Ron Klain, Susan Rice, O’bummer, or whoever is pulling the puppet strings this week, tells “what am I doing here” Joe to take a nap, and sends heels up Harris to threaten and confront the cagey KGB dude. Putin probably sprayed his top shelf vodka all over his generals, laughing as he plans to take the next bite of Ukraine. Those who have postulated we “get the leaders we deserve” must think we’ve been very bad indeed.

  • February 22, 2022 at 5:46 pm
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    “I’m beginning to suspect the Kamala supporters are right. The Biden administration is deliberately putting this vapid lightweight into the position of making an absolute fool of herself.”

    That was my first thought when I started reading the article. They are making sure that:
    1) Republicans would not dare impeach Biden because we would have Heels up as President (and to that I say “go ahead”. Can she do any worse than “mush for brains”?)
    2) That when the campaigning for 2024 comes around, Heels up would be just as successful in her candidacy as she was in 2020. Then they can get … uh … hmmm … Obama (the female version) to run?

    • February 22, 2022 at 10:30 pm
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      To the well stated above point 1):
      I say go ahead also. Holding the house and senate during all of 2023 will be full of historic opportunities.

      Again, remove Pelosi as speaker. Impeach and convict Biden. Wait about 2 months, Harris probably will have committed several impeachable offenses. Impeach and convict Harris.

      Ignore the lying elitist hypocritical media (except when possible to bring legal proceedings)

      ..

  • February 23, 2022 at 1:29 am
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    Sending Russian “peacekeepers” across the border from Russia to the Donbas “states” is not the same, in the minds of the Russians, as sending Russian troops across the Russia-Ukraine border. By officially recognizing the Donetsk and Luhansk “people’s republics” as independent states rather than part of Ukraine, territories which Ukraine de facto ceded to Russia in 2014 during the Obama Presidency, the Russians have painted the West into a corner — Russia hasn’t invaded Ukraine, but rather is assuring the peace in those regions. Russia has precedent for this kind of play: in 1992, Russia provided “peacekeepers” to Transnistria (the breakaway “people’s republic” between the Dniestr River and southwest Ukraine) following the civil war in Moldova. Thirty years on and the Russian “peacekeepers” are still there in Tiraspol.

    Interestingly, in the videos I’ve watched of Russian movements into Donetsk and Luhansk I have not seen any white crosses across the tanks, personnel carriers, etc. This tells me the Russians aren’t expecting any resistance along the way from Ukraine in those break away states. Whereas, in the videos I’ve watched of Russian forces massed along the Belarussian-Ukrainian border, to the north of Kiev, the white crosses are very prominent. This tells me the Russians are prepared for conflict with the Ukraine. Why are the white crosses important? Because for decades Russia supplied Ukraine with military hardware; so, how does a Russian soldier know if that approaching tank is friend or foe? — by the white crosses. Look at the videos of the invasion of Prague in 1968, or, the troop masses along the Polish border in 1981 immediately before Jaruzelski declared martial law — the white crosses are prominent. And believe me, the Ukraine government know exactly what those white-crossed tanks mean.

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