Tomi Lahren rips Kamala Harris over word salads, unpopularity: ‘To not even try… I find so insulting’

(Video Credit: Fox News)

Conservative political commentator Tomi Lahren appeared on Fox News’ “Outnumbered” Tuesday and tore into Vice President Kamala Harris over her abysmal performance while in office, her trademark nonsensical word salad responses, and her massive unpopularity among Americans.

The segment started off with a graph showing that only the Democratic Party itself is more unpopular than Harris is. Then it segued into her word salad response during a summit in Washington, DC with our allies from South Asia.

“The world is increasingly more interconnected and interdependent. That is especially true when it comes to the climate crisis which is why we will work together and continue to work together to address these issues, to tackle these challenges, and to work together as we continue to work operating from the new norm, rules, and agreements that we will convene to work together on,” Harris haltingly stated as if she were reading the nonsense from a script.

“This is obviously somebody who did not study for the test. The problem with this is this is not day one. She’s had long enough to do something. I think that for me…  what I find most insulting is that it’s one thing to be green. She shouldn’t be green, she’s been a politician for most of her life,” Lahren pointed out after everyone laughed over the simply awful response from Harris.

“But to not do anything and you realize how badly you’ve done thus far in your role as vice president with such a historic title that you have and what you represent for so many people and then to not even try? That’s what I find so insulting,” Lahren charged.

“She could have taken this time and said, ‘You know, I’m not really good at this whole camera thing. This whole speaking thing. This whole doing anything thing. I’m just going to take the initiative to do something” and it just gets progressively worse. I mean, I know Joe Biden looks awful but… you know… she’s much younger and probably about as bad when it comes to stumbling,” she continued.

Journalist and producer Raymond Arroyo chimed in at that point to expand on Lahren’s sentiments concerning Harris.

“Tomi, I have to take issue with you. She’s a very creative woman. She’s created a new drinking game that the entire country can take part in. I feel a little like Kamala Harris today at a G7 summit… all alone and isolated in the middle of the couch,” he said to laughter.

“I’m gonna create a new game, one of those drinking games… whichever side of the couch has the more convincing arguments, I’m gonna gravitate over there. So, I’m gonna make you work a little bit for it,” Arroyo joked.

“But the thing I found amazing watching this… it’s hard to imagine a more inarticulate, inept politician than Joe Biden. But Joe Biden has found it in Kamala Harris,” he cracked.

“And the reason the staff is fleeing from her office is because of moments like this. I don’t know who is writing these speeches, but they should be fired instantly. But even Symone Sanders, her former PR hack, now at MSNBC, the first interview of that show was with Jill Biden, not her former boss because she knows this woman is bad for ratings,” he asserted.

“When you’ve lost Charlamagne tha God, you’ve lost everybody. Kamala Harris is really done,” Arroyo concluded.

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