The Kamala Conundrum: One Term Wonder

Democrats, including some Biden administration officials, are reportedly so concerned about Vice President Kamala Harris’ missteps that they don’t believe she could beat a Republican in 2024 if she were to be the nominee — even if her opponent was former President Trump.

Democrats know Kamala comes off as tone deaf when it comes to political issues. Especially sensitives ones, such as border security. Recall, this witchy woman wasted a month refusing to visit the border. Her excuse? She didn’t need to go; she already went. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you saw her song and dance.

As Fox News explains:

One liberal operative told Axios that most Democrats aren’t saying, “‘Oh, no, our heir apparent is f—ing up, what are we gonna do?” but instead think “Oh, she’s f—ing up, maybe she shouldn’t be the heir apparent.'”

Biden aides still believe the he will be the nominee in 2024 but realize the president would be 81 when seeking reelection. Harris, the first Black and Asian woman to hold the vice presidency, would be a shoo-in for the nomination if Biden stepped aside.

Several recent reports have detailed tensions between the West Wing and the vice president’s office and communication issues and distrust between aides and senior officials on Harris’ team.

White House chief of staff Ron Klain said the commander in chief and the vice president are in lockstep.

“The president’s trust and confidence in her is obvious when you see them in the Oval Office together,” he told Axios.

Biden senior adviser Cedric Richmond described reports of tensions and mistrust as “a whisper campaign designed to sabotage [Harris].”

That’s not the only problem with the VP.

Her staff is reportedly struggling with low morale and poor communications between lower staff aides and the upper aides. I can’t imagine why there would be such a breakdown. Maybe the peons realized they’re working for the devil.

As Fox News divulges:

Communication issues and distrust between aides and senior officials on Harris’ team, including her chief of staff Tina Flournoy, have contributed to a “tense and at times dour office atmosphere.” Politico reported, citing interviews with 22 current and former aides.

Much of the criticism was directed at Flournoy, who aides claimed has limited access to Harris and contributed to a culture “where ideas are ignored or met with harsh dismissals and decisions are dragged out.”

[smartslider3 slider=6]

Other articles suggest it’s even more dramatic up close and personal.

Politico reported that two current administration officials said Harris bore some responsibility for the issues on her team.

“People are thrown under the bus from the very top, there are short fuses and it’s an abusive environment,” one person with knowledge of operations at Harris’ office told the outlet. “It’s not a healthy environment and people often feel mistreated. It’s not a place where people feel supported but a place where people feel treated like s—.”

Blame it on bad advice, or a disgruntled staff, but bottom line, Harris is a no-go.

Let’s get real. Harris is the VP of the United States because she played her “black girl card.” Or wait, was that an “Indian girl card,” I forget.

Either way, she’s completely failed to even accept her mission. Take the latest Cuban crisis. It highlights the leftist hypocrisy with NEON LEDs.

Recently, Ted Cruz slammed the President and Kamala Harris for their lackluster leadership. Let’s not forget, leftists pretend to want an open door America. In fact, the Biden Administration is flying in immigrants right and left. But not Cubans. And if you wonder why- Cruz has a theory.

Cubans lean Republican. Why? Because they’ve lived socialism. And frankly, they’re over it. Moreover, they’re willing to give their personal testimonies of a life lived under such strife. Of course, Harris won’t admit the problem Cuba creates for the Biden Administration. Nor does she admit that her days in the White House are numbered. But it’s a one and done deal for the big phony.


Copy */
Back to top button