SUNSET, LA – On March 21st, Vice President Kamala Harris ventured out to Sunset  to boast about her and Joe Biden’s efforts to invest in accessible high-speed internet; however, her address was overshadowed by a bizarre rant she went into about “the significance of the passage of time.”
While speaking before the crowd, Harris began to ramble – almost incoherently, as if taking a page out of the Joe Biden book of gaffes – about “the significance of the passage of time” that seemed to go nowhere.
“The governor and I, we were all doing a tour of the library here and talking about the significance of the passage of time. Right? The significance of the passage of time. So when you think about it, there is great significance to the passage of time in terms of what we need to do to lay these wires, what we need to do to create these jobs. And there is such great significance to the passage of time when we think about a day in the life of our children.”
Obviously, when the clip made its way online, some hilarious comments started cropping up about the odd repeating of “the significance of the passage of time” by the vice president.
One person hilariously commented , “Sounds like a conversation I had in college around a bong,” while another commenter took aim at the concept of Harris being a diversity appointment rather than one of qualifications with , “the result when this administration picks staff based on sex and not on qualifications.”
Some began likening Harris’ address to being on the level of a child’s school paper , with one person writing, “reads like a 7th grade English paper that has to be 100 words long. ‘The topic of the paper I will now be writing, being the topic of the paper, will be written by me here on this paper discussing the topic at hand…'”
Others poked fun at how the mainstream media often accuses right wing outlets of deceptively editing videos to make certain individuals look bad, with one commenter writing , “This video is edited to make her look bad. If you watch the full clip she actually says ‘the passage of time’ 6700 thousand more times.”
Another area of critique was just how much of a confident look Harris was conveying while delivering such nonsensical word salad, as one Twitter user pointed out  with, “Did she say ‘the passage of time’? I don’t know what’s worse: That she held a speech about the passage of time basically describing the passage of time with the passage of time (time btw I’ll never get back) Or that the look at the end was her actually thinking she said [was] smart.”