Kamala Harris’ days as “vice president” could be numbered.
Word around the watercooler is that the relationship between Joe Biden and Kamala Harris has been steadily souring after the “VP” has made a series of political blunders with the border crisis and foreign policy.
Early on, Harris was rumored to become the next “president” as Biden’s abilities to govern were and still are called into question. Harris even seemed slightly more likeable than Joe Biden for a time.
Fox News anchor, Dana Perino, during “The Five” commented on the current state of the regime:
“This is one of those things where the White House is expecting you to not believe what you’re seeing. You can tell there’s a problem here. We know it,” said Perino. “They called a cabinet meeting for the first time in three months last Friday on the day when Kamala Harris was not even in the country.”
Of course, the White House tried to quell any rumors when spokesperson Jen Psaki tweeted that the “vice president” is “not only a vital partner to the president, but a bold leader who has taken on key, important challenges facing the country – from voting rights to addressing root causes of migration to expanding broadband.”
During the Democrat primaries, Kamala had one of the worst approval ratings out of all the candidates, and her popularity was pretty much non-existent at that point.
Despite that, Biden named her as his running mate, and from that point, Kamala has done nothing but show everyone exactly why you shouldn’t pick someone for a job simply because they are a woman, or a person of color. Neither are qualifications.
The “VP” has very little people skills, and when asked serious questions about serious subjects, Kamala has an annoying habit of cackling and dismissing the question.
Republicans note that her absence from the border crisis in Texas showed how little she cared about real issues facing the American people. When asked if she had been to the border during an interview, Kamala simply shrugged and said, “I’ve never been to Europe either.”
Last week, a poll indicated that Kamala’s approval ratings are at an all-time low at only 28%, and as unpopular as “President” Joe Biden is, he still managed to beat out Kamala with an approval rating of 38%.
Rumor has it, Harris was given difficult assignments intentionally so she would fail. However, it looked like Kamala barely tried to address these issues at all, and the border crisis was exacerbated by her and Biden’s comments about migrants rushing the border if they took office.
You reap what you sow.
Former and current aides to the “vice president,” along with other officials and members of the regime, have criticized Harris’ performance as “VP,” calling her “unprepared” for her duties – even Harris herself complained that she felt like she was limited in her political activities.
Again, maybe if Harris would actually address the problems she is in charge of and helped to create, she might inspire more confidence.
But instead, she continues to be a non-starter.
And as a result…