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VIDEO: Kamala Accidentally Confesses, Dems Panic

The truth finally comes out.

In the recent string of mistakes plaguing the Biden administration, Vice President Kamala Harris made a statement on Friday that seemed to suggest reducing “population” as a solution to address climate change.

According to Newsmax, Harris stated, “By investing in clean energy, electric vehicles, and reducing population, we can ensure that our children have access to clean air and water.” She was referring to the Inflation Reduction Act, which the Congressional Budget Office has stated would have minimal impact on inflation.

After the blunder, the White House press team swiftly moved to clarify that the vice president intended to say “pollution” instead of “population.”

An official transcript from the White House indicated, “By investing in clean energy, electric vehicles, and reducing population [pollution], we can ensure that our children have access to clean air and water. (Applause.)” The word “population” was crossed out in the transcript.

However, despite the editing attempts, criticisms continued to pour in for Harris, who has faced challenges with public speaking throughout her time in office.

“Are you the population she wants to reduce?” tweeted Rep. Thomas Massie, R-Ky., taking a jab at Harris.

Even Twitter owner Elon Musk joined in, tweeting, “Reducing population is [nut emoji]. We need to increase population.”

According to the Washington Examiner, Harris faced criticism on Tuesday for her explanation of transportation at an event hosted by Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg.

“The primary goal of transportation is to ensure that people can reach their desired destinations,” the vice president stated.

Furthermore, on Wednesday, Harris received criticism for her attempt to explain artificial intelligence during a meeting with labor union and civil rights leaders.

“I believe,” Harris said, “the initial aspect to understand about this issue is that AI is somewhat sophisticated. Firstly, it consists of only two letters and stands for ‘artificial intelligence.’ But fundamentally, it revolves around machine learning.”