Thursday at the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) dividing the Korean peninsula, epically incompetent U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris added to her string of embarrassing public assertions by claiming that the United States has a “strong alliance” with “the Republic of North Korea.”
“It is an alliance that is strong and enduring,” she noted, apparently intending to refer to the Republic of Korea, which is South Korea’s official name. On the other hand, considering the mountain of evidence that she is completely out of her depth as VP, it’s just as likely that the intellectually-challenged Kamala is confused about which Korea we’re allies with.
At the DMZ, Harris went to the top of a ridge, near guard towers and security cameras. She looked through bulky binoculars as a South Korean officer pointed out military installations on the southern side. Then an American officer pointed out some of the defenses along the military demarcation line, including barbed-wire fences and claymore mines. He said American soldiers regularly walk patrols along a path.
“It’s so close,” Kamala observed insightfully.