Tucker Carlson took a shot at Kamala Harris for a recent gaffe-filled speech, calling the vice president a ‘low IQ wine mom.’
On Monday, Harris was given a tour of the Children’s National Hospital in Washington, DC in honor of mental health awareness month.
During her visit Harris and U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy issued a warning Monday about burnout among the nation’s health care staff after more than two years of the COVID-19 pandemic.
But following the tour the vice president gave another one of her signature confusing speeches, at one point saying: ‘When we talk about the children of the community, they are children of the community.’
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‘Wait, we just elected a low-I.Q. wine mom as vice president’ Tucker Carlson (pictured) said of vice president Harris
On Monday Kamala Harris (pictured) gave another one of her signature confusing speeches, saying: ‘When we talk about the children of the community, they are children of the community’
Tucker seized on Harris’ gaffe, saying that the Biden camp hid her ineptness during the campaign and is now keeping her occupied with busy work.
‘So, you never heard anything about Kamala Harris during the 2020 presidential campaign that wasn’t about her inspiring firstness. She’s Black and Indian. She’s a first, she must be excited,’ Carlson said on his show Monday night. ‘So she gets elected in the country wakes up the next morning and realizes, “Wait, we just elected a low-I.Q. wine mom as vice president.”
‘So the administration tried to give her jobs,’ Carlson continued. “Hey, fix the border. Wait, get Russia to pull back and not invade Ukraine.” That didn’t work. So now she’s become – and a lot of people do become this in middle age – just kind of a freelance philosopher.’
‘She’s like a dyslexic poet with a limited vocabulary, she just kind of bombs around the country emitting words. And they’re hilarious,’ the Fox News host added.
Carlson then went on to mock her ‘children of the community’ comment and her description of electric buses, where she stated: ‘On an electric bus, no exhaust. No diesel smell.’
‘She’s like a dyslexic poet with a limited vocabulary, she just kind of bombs around the country emitting words. And they’re hilarious,’ Carlson said
On Monday, Harris was given a tour of the Children’s National Hospital in Washington, DC in honor of mental health awareness month
Harris has faced increasing criticism for continued gaffes and inappropriate laughter during public appearances.
In a March speech, Harris said the phrase ‘significance of the passage of time’ four times in the matter of 30 seconds when talking about helping bring high speed internet to rural areas.
In what appeared to be an off-script opening to her speech, the vice president said: ‘The Governor and I and we were all doing a tour of the library here and talking about the significance of the passage of time. Right?’
‘The significance of the passage of time,’ she repeated.
‘So, when you think about it, there is great significance to the passage of time in terms of what we need to do to lay these wires, what we need to do to create these jobs,’ Harris continued.
She went on: ‘And there is such great significance to the passage of time when we think about a day in the life of our children and what that means to the future of our nation, depending on whether or not they have the resources they need to achieve their God-given talent.’
That same month, Harris appeared on a radio show called The Morning Hustle where she was asked to put the war in Ukraine in ‘laymen’s terms.’
She obliged, but was mocked for describing the situation in a way suited for young children.
‘Ukraine is a country in Europe. It exists next to another country called Russia,’ Harris explained in the March 1 appearance – the same day of Biden’s State of the Union address.
‘Russia is a bigger country,’ she continued. ‘Russia is a powerful country. Russia decided to invade a smaller country called Ukraine so, basically, that’s wrong.’
‘America’s allies and partners expect our leaders to speak with coherence and clarity on issues that matter to them,’ former speechwriter for ex-Secretary of State Mike Pompeo David Wilezol told DailyMail.com in a statement in March.
‘Harris’ repeated rhetorical gaffes don’t just make her look bad – they undermine American diplomacy,’ added Wilezol, founder and president of the ghostwriting firm Seventh Floor Strategies.