The Biden administration really wants Kamala gone. So they keep sending her around the world. Unfortunately, she keeps coming back. The latest is dispatching her on a formal visit to Japan, attending Abe’s funeral and talking trade. President Bush I visited Japan and threw up on the prime minister. And that was still less embarrassing than Kamala talking for 15 minutes.
Who else could possibly string together a bunch of repetitive gibberish like this?
“We are moving forward, investing in innovation, investing in research and development, understanding that that is the way that we improve the human condition, that is the way that we discover and create the possibilities that we know we have to improve the way we do business, the way we live, to increase our accuracy, our effectiveness, our efficiency — the speed with which we do our work,” Kamala told Japanese business executives, who were understandably impressed that America had beaten them to the punch by creating the first female android.
But also thought that there was more work to be done on its brain chips.
Kamala lapsed into full-on valley girl nonsense when she told Japanese tech executives that, “I think the citizens and the people of our countries rely on products without even knowing sometimes how reliant those products are on semiconductor chips. They are the science behind the work of products like our smartphones and other things that we rely on every day.”
Like a malfunctioning AI program, Kamala automatically generates pointless tautologies and is capable of taking any idea and reducing it to third-grade level so she can understand it.
That’s fine when talking to third graders, who like someone they can look down on, but embarrassing when dealing with serious people on a world stage.
“The CHIPS Act will increase our ability to invest in innovation and develop new technologies. We think of this as being a down payment on future American leadership as it relates to our ability to have the workforce and the skillsets to continue to invest in innovation and research and development.”
The CHIPS Act will increase our ability to invest in innovation so we can invest in innovation?
Please, do tell us more.
“On innovation, the long history that we share is a history of admiring the work of each of our nations but the collaboration and what it has done to allow our businesses to thrive and our nations to prosper,” Kamala concluded after a brief interruption when someone tried to reboot her.
I give up. As does the nation of Japan. Hiroshima and Nagasaki was nothing compared to a visit by Kamala.