Kamala Harris branded 'perpetually unprepared' for bizarre response to Ukraine questions

Harris traveled to Europe to meet with US allies, hoping to secure a united front should Russian President Vladimir Putin actually invade Ukraine


                            Kamala Harris branded 'perpetually unprepared' for bizarre response to Ukraine questions
Kamala Harris smiles during her speech at the 2022 Munich Security Conference on February 19, 2022, in Munich, Germany (Alexandra Beier/Getty Images)
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Kamala Harris became the subject of mockery after appearing unprepared to discuss the Ukraine crisis at the Munich Security Conference in Germany.

The Vice President of the United States, 57, traveled to Europe to meet with several US allies, hoping to secure a united front should Russian President Vladimir Putin actually invade Ukraine. She reportedly promised Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy "severe" economic sanctions if Russia releases its troops. This was after both Harris and President Biden declared that Putin had already made up his mind about a potential invasion, Fox News reported.

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Responding to a question on Sunday, February 20 about how the Biden administration saw the "endgame" playing out, Harris said, “I mean, listen, guys, we’re talking about the potential for war in Europe." She continued, “I mean, let’s really take a moment to understand the significance of what we’re talking about. It’s been over 70 years. And through those 70 years … there has been peace and security. We are talking about the real possibility of war in Europe."

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The Veep was excoriated on social media for being "perpetually unprepared" and ignoring the border crisis at home.

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"Kamala Harris seriously went to Munich and said Europe has been at peace for 70 years," journalist Jack Posobiec tweeted.

Washington Examiner reporter Jerry Dunleavy noted that those "70 years" of “peace and security” included the Yugoslavian civil wars of the 1990s, “as well as Russia’s attacks on Georgia & Ukraine.” He added, “Also, Berlin Wall only came down three decades ago so I’d quibble with 70 years,” before highlighting in another tweet that “it is not true there have been no wars in Europe for 70 years, nor do I consider the Soviet occupation of Eastern Europe ‘peace & security.'”

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"Making Kamala Harris responsible for any real crisis is the equivalent of putting Hillary Clinton in charge of prison security," Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert quipped.

"Sending perpetually unprepared Kamala Harris over to attempt to quell a geopolitical crisis is such an outrageous move," Republican communications maven Matt Whitlock wrote.
 
"Kamala Harris......just saying the name makes you feel dumb. She’s in Germany protecting Ukraine's border and doesn’t give a shit about her own," former nursing home administrator Juanita Broaddrick chimed in.

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“This word salad … may God help us all,” former GOP candidate Sean Parnell offered, adding, “We are being led by total buffoons.”

"Kamala Harris only knows one negotiation tactic... and although it got her positions in government decades ago with Democrats, it will not stop a war between Russia and Ukraine," Washington Times columnist Tim Young quipped.
 
"Listening to Kamala Harris about America having to live with consequences but 'we have to get ourselves out there' was the last drop for me. She does not know what war is except in movies. She spent all her life in California and DC. They are all sharpening their tongues for TV," journalist Ksenija Pavlovic McAteer agonized.
 
 

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Republicans and conservatives were shocked at the White House's decision to send her to the high-level security conference in Munich, citing her failure to resolve the ongoing US-Mexico border crisis after Biden made her his point person on illegal immigration.

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