Kamala Harris doesn't know the difference between abandoned coal mines and underground explosives

 Washington Examiner:

Vice President Kamala Harris spoke of "abandoned land mines" in West Virginia when talking about job creation.

During a local interview with WSAZ 3, the vice president correlated the administration's push for clean energy with the creation of new jobs.

"All of those skilled workers who are in the coal industry and transferring those skills to what we need to do in terms of reclaiming abandoned land mines," Harris said. "What we need to do around plugging leaks from oil and gas wells, and transferring those important skills to the work that has yet to be done, and needs to get done."

While land mines typically refer to underground explosives, Harris's gaffe was most likely referring to abandoned coal or strip mines.

The Washington Examiner reached out to the White House for clarification but did not receive an immediate response.

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I suspect the folks in West Virginia are not impressed with her alleged suggestions for dealing with the jobs the Biden administration is bent on killing. 

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