On Thursday (January 12), during an Ann Arbor, Michigan appearance, Vice President Kamala Harris gave her usual word salad over several statements.
Visiting the University of Michigan, Harris was joined by professor Kyle Whyte and Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm in the university’s Rackham auditorium to discuss the Biden administration’s efforts to combat the climate crisis.
Yet, Harris’s comments were most notable — at least to thousands of Twitter users — for containing the all-too-familiar word salad she has been known to regurgitate.
The deja vu into Harris’s word salad began with the Vice President repeating her love for Venn diagrams, saying that more could be done with the charts than the three circles.
In October, the Vice President made similar statements about her love for Venn diagrams, describing them as “You know, the circles, right?”
Harris also expressed her excitement at the prospect of electric school buses, explaining that her excitement could be justified because she went to school on a bus.
She then asked audience members to raise their hands if they went to school on a school bus.
Harris made nearly identical comments in Seattle in October, fawning over the “yellow school bus,” which she explained was nostalgic.
Taking to Twitter, Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert (Colo.) jokingly queried what the Vice President did all day “Other than failing as Border Czar and talking about Venn diagrams?”
Republican Senator Tedd Cruz’s (Texas) communications advisor, Steve Guest, contrasted the biggest development of the day, Biden having a special counsel appointed in the investigation into his alleged mishandling of classified documents, with Harris’s fixation with school buses.
Guy Benson, political editor for Townhall.com, “Also did the whole school bus forced laughter thing at this event. Playin’ the hits!”