During an event on Wednesday commemorating Women’s History Month Vice President Kamala Harris left people confused following a word salad.
The event included remarks from President Joe Biden, First Lady Jill Biden, and second gentleman Doug Emhoff as the White House celebrated Women’s History Month. During all of the speeches, the focus was on some important women in history as well as on the administration’s goals for women in the future.
However, during Harris’ speech, she appeared to temporarily get stuck on the words women and history, repeating them over and over again. As she said “during Women’s History Month, we celebrate and we honor the women who made history throughout history, who saw what could be unburdened by what had been,” Harris said.
This statement about “women who made history throughout history” was presumed to be one more example of Harris’ regular verbal gaffes which are often referred to as “word salads.”
PJ Media commentator Stephen Green took to Twitter to criticize the statement writing: “Throughout history is considered by some the best time to make history.”
PJ Media columnist Ryan Ledendecker similarly said that the moment was “Absolute cringe.”
This is not the first time that Harris has had a moment of messing up her words. Last March, Harris joined Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg in an event focused on commemorating the first anniversary of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act during which she used the word “unburdened” in a confusing way.” As she had said they were there on that day “Because we have the ability to see what can be unburdened by what has been and then to make the possible actually happen.”