Kamala Harris’ Problematic Tweet

Add first-term Senator and failed presidential candidate Kamala Harris to the line of butt-hurt Leftists bested by President Donald Trump.

Harris ended her bid for the presidency, a bid I predicted on my radio show that was doomed from the start. Anybody who believed Harris to be a serious candidate represents part of the brain dead portion of the American populace. Harris has nothing to bring to American politics. And truth be told, she’s not qualified to be a senator.

In fact, her angry black chick routine was stale and her rehearsed lines at every debate were just a lackluster performance.

Hearing the news of Harris’ departure, the president chimed in.

Too bad. We will miss you Kamala! 

Harris didn’t appreciate the president’s snark at her departure. But her tweet is far more problematic.

Harris swiped back at President Trump:

“Don’t worry, Mr. President. I’ll see you at your trial,”

Not a smart thing for someone with her legal background to do, given she must participate in potential Senate hearings on the matter. Based on this tweet, Harris would need to recuse herself from any of the proceedings.

Twitter Feud

One need not look far to see Harris’ open contempt for the President. In fact, just a few short months ago, Harris called for Trump’s Twitter account to be suspended.

As Vox pointed out:

Harris and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) clashed at Tuesday’s Democratic debate when the California senator tried to push her Massachusetts counterpart to call for the president’s Twitter account to be suspended.

“Here we have Donald Trump, who has 65 million Twitter followers and is using that platform as the president of the United States to openly intimidate witnesses, to threaten witnesses, to obstruct justice, and he and his account should be taken down,” Harris said. She pointed to the manifesto released by the mass shooter at an El Paso, Texas, Walmart in August, which mirrored some of the president’s rhetoric about immigrants.

“I don’t just want to push Donald Trump off Twitter. I want to push him out of the White House, that’s our job,” Warren replied.

She tried to expand the conversation to a broader one about the power tech companies wield and her proposal to break up some of the major players, and she used the occasion to talk about her latest pledge not to take money from tech executives, which multiple candidates, including Harris, have made. But Harris kept at it, encouraging Warren to say it’s time to oust the president from Twitter.

“It seems to me that you would be able to join me in saying the rule has to apply to Twitter the same way it does to Facebook,” Harris said.

And that’s not the only time Harris tried to attack Trump on social media.

Oh the irony!

Of course, the real golden tweets address Kamala’s exit from the primary.

Clearly, another one bites the dust. Soon the rest will topple over like dominoes. But I can’t wait to see what happens to another Democrat who didn’t know when to be quiet. She won’t even have the privilege of asking Trump a single question. Sort of like Jim Acosta. Kamala’s an outsider now.

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