Others on Twitter mocked the mistake.
A lot of people sent me this. I couldn’t believe it was real. But it is. The name of the state is misspelled. Not the @VP’s fault, but certainly reflects the thematic idiosyncrasies of her office. pic.twitter.com/IvB2b44RSO— Erick Erickson (@EWErickson) July 5, 2022
This administration can’t even spell https://t.co/CUyaSBxV8r— Alex Stein #99 (@alexstein99) July 4, 2022
Harris and Palmer chatted about abortion and the recent Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade. “This is a serious matter,” the vice president said, according to the White House transcript. “And it requires all of us to speak up, to speak out and to be active.” [firefly_poll] She called out states that embrace both pro-life and voter integrity legislation — and urged people to be resolute in fighting back. “You know, I did an analysis trying to look at the states that are attacking a woman’s right to choose and the states that are attacking voting rights, and there is an interesting intersection,” Harris said. “At least 11 states are doing both at the same time.” “Don’t be overwhelmed to the point that we are disheartened and we think that we cannot do anything about it,” she said. “It’s the nature of it that these gains will not be permanent, so we must be vigilant and we must remember we’re always going to have to fight to maintain these rights.” [firefly_embed] [/firefly_embed] While Harris was ranting about rights and making promises about advocacy, a massive spelling error behind her represented an insult to much of her audience. That is simply embarrassing to her and to the office she holds. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
70 people on the Social Media team and not one knows how to Google or use spell check 🙂— BryanH Shaman Blues (@BryanH33328991) July 4, 2022