"Community banks are in the community," was the new word salad that Kamala Harris made fun of.

Kamala Harris, the vice president, came under fire for yet another verbose ruling that bore viral on Tuesday.

Together with Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, Harris observed a roundtable conference with pupil charges at Claflin University in South Carolina.

She got caught on the term "community" while discussing how the Biden government had invested in district rises at one end.

In a video that spread on social media, she was attended saying, "We supported an added $12 billion into community banks,  

because we know community banks are in the community, and understand the needs and wishes of the community, as well as the skill and ability of community."

Twitter users directly made fun of Harris' long, winding check, which has come to be understood as a "word salad."

Clay Travis, the creator of OutKick, tweeted a video of the footage along with the caption, "Kamala Harris, the greatest orator since Winston Churchill, on community banks. Enjoy."