Podcaster Megyn Kelly ripped Kamala Harris during her show on SiriusXM this Tuesday for her wordy dissertations, which appear designed to hide her lack of knowledge.
“Her and [White House press secretary] Karine Jean-Pierre are cut from the same cloth — actually saying absolutely nothing with tons of words toward that end. It is a skill it shouldn’t be underestimated … it’s an embarrassment,” Kelly, 52, said.
“So we’ll laugh at this because it’s obvious drivel. But the left-wing press – they don’t like her. Even the Democrats don’t like her,” Megyn Kelly noted before going on to torch Kamala Harris.
“But remember what they did to [former GOP Vice President] Dan Quayle? She’s not getting that treatment by the press …. Give it like another six months, and you’ll get the hit piece on why we’re all sexist and misogynist and racist for having any fun at her expense whatsoever,” Kelly added.
Kelly admitted she gave Harris “the benefit of the doubt.” But that has now changed.
“I did not think she was an idiot. I now think she’s a moron,” Kelly seethed.
“She’s not that smart. Forgive me; I’m still one of those people who gets wooed by titles like, ‘She was the attorney general in the state of California.’ You know, how dumb could she be? Like, dumb. The answer is very, very dumb,” Kelly declared
“And I come to that conclusion just with my own eyes and ears from watching and listening to her. She cannot put two sentences together,” the host added.
“She’s just not a smart person, and it concerns me because that’s all we have in line at the Democratic side. And as [Donald] Trump’s numbers continue to go up and up and up – and I realize some of the polls are showing him beating Joe Biden now in a hypothetical matchup – he’s still very vulnerable,” she explained.
“He did not win in 2020, and it looks like it’s gonna be the same matchup, and honestly, Joe Biden’s knocking on the Grim Reaper’s door, and she could be the president of the United States in the next six years by default if things go in a dark and upsetting way. I’m concerned,” Kelly added.
Harris’s “word salads” are most notable in her latest attempt at addressing the subject of artificial intelligence to a group of labor and civil rights leaders.
“I think the first part of this issue that should be articulated is AI is kind of a fancy thing,” Harris said during a roundtable event on Wednesday at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington, D.C.
“First of all, it’s two letters. It means artificial intelligence, but ultimately what it is, is it’s about machine learning.
“And so, the machine is taught — and part of the issue here is what information is going into the machine that will then determine — and we can predict then, if we think about what information is going in, what then will be produced in terms of decisions and opinions that may be made through that process.”
“So to reduce it down to its most simple point, this is part of the issue that we have here is thinking about what is going into a decision, and then whether that decision is actually legitimate and reflective of the needs and the life experiences of all the people,” she said.