Lights On but No One’s Home as Kamala Explains Chinese Spy Balloon

Kamala Harris trying hard to provide a substantive analysis of the policy is like watching a car struggling to get started before it stops working.

Kamala Harris, the actress who plays the role of the vice president on television, spoke to NBC News Friday about her concerns regarding the Chinese spy balloon’s shooting earlier in the month. She was, as you might expect, quite embarrassed.

Harris mumbled, “We will keep the perspective that you have in terms of the relationship between China & the United States.” Harris mumbled, “That is not going to change, but it is certain that the balloon was not helpful. That is why we took it down.”

We can all rest assured that this scholar is only a heartbeat away from the presidency.