Kamala Harris Tweet Mistakenly Suggests Ukraine Is Part Of NATO

A now-deleted tweet from Vice President Kamala Harris stated Tuesday that the US was supporting Ukraine against invading Russian forces “in defense of the NATO alliance” — wrongly indicating that Ukraine was a member of the 30-nation bloc.

“When I was in Poland, I met with U.S. and Polish service members, thanking them for standing with our NATO allies for freedom, peace, and security,” read the tweet from @KamalaHarris, which was preserved in a screenshot taken by the WayBack Machine internet archive. “The United States stands firmly with the Ukrainian people in defense of the NATO alliance.”

The tweet was originally posted around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday evening. A second, nearly identical tweet was posted almost an hour later around 9:20 pm.

“When I was in Poland, I met with U.S. and Polish service members, thanking them for standing with our NATO allies for freedom, peace, and security,” the new tweet read. “The United States stands firmly with the Ukrainian people and in defense of the NATO alliance.”

The only difference between the two posts is the added word “and” in the second sentence, clarifying that the US supports Ukraine and the NATO alliance. 

The language of both posts was taken from remarks the vice president made over the weekend during the Democratic National Committee’s winter meeting. 

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Comments

  1. Cackle Berry strikes again. Or as we call her ¿Que Mala? Harris. That is “How Bad” in Spanish!

  2. Really??? says

    You understand she passed the Bar of the State of Calif.

    That should give you an idea how dumbed down education in the State is and how Stupid the Democrat backed politicians are…..

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