(RoyalPatriot.com )- After Kamala Harris had her awkward cackling moment during the joint press conference with Polish President Andrzej Duda in Warsaw last Thursday, the former spokeswoman for Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky was forced to delete a tweet slamming the cackling hyena Harris.
During last week’s press conference, a reporter had asked Kamala and President Duda about the crush of Ukrainian refugees flooding into Poland. The reporter wanted to know if the United States would be accepting any of the refugees or providing any assistance to Poland’s strained resources in handling the sheer number of fleeing Ukrainians.
The Veep and President Duda appeared to each wait for the other to speak. Then after a short pause, Harris finally said, “Okay. Then burst into her trademark cackle, inexplicably adding “A friend in need is a friend indeed.”
And for some reason, Kamala seemed to find “a friend in need is a friend indeed” so hilarious, her cackle kicked into high gear:
.@VP Harris awkwardly starts laughing when asked about the Ukrainian refugee crisis pic.twitter.com/SIHhiLbK6X
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) March 10, 2022
And that was just one of the awkward, off-putting moments Kamala had in that press conference.
In response to Kamala’s inappropriately cackling over a question about the fate of Ukrainian refugees, former Zelensky spokeswoman Iuliia Mendel quote-tweeted the video clip and said Kamala Harris becoming president “would be a tragedy.”
After some backlash, Mendel quickly deleted the tweet.
The Ukrainians are in a bit of a sticky situation here. They need the goodwill of the United States. More importantly, they need military and humanitarian support. Sadly for Ukraine, the people in charge of the US government are clowns. The Ukrainians’ biggest benefactors are led by a near-octogenarian with dementia and an inexperienced, in-over-her-head cackling nitwit.
That probably isn’t the most comforting thought.
In her tweet, Iuliia Mandel was likely saying out loud what most Ukrainian officials are privately saying.
But Ukraine’s dependence on the United States means never saying the quiet part out loud.