Apparently, Vice President Kamala Harris is starting 2022 on the same note that she left off in back in 2021 … right within her own office.
If you recall, Ms. Harris enjoyed a largely ineffectual first year as vice president, from failing to show up at the border she remains in charge of until Trump announced an appearance to whining that she wasn’t able to go to Europe on public television.
Clearly, Ms. Harris views the government akin to AOC: a personal piggy bank.
Needless to say, the few glimpses in public that Ms. Harris makes reveal someone who is likely not the easiest person in the world to work with, especially when approval ratings have long since sailed off a cliff.
The worst illegal immigration level in multiple decades tends to translate into lower approval ratings.
And, unsurprisingly, the second month of the year has barely started and the vice president is already experiencing yet another high profile departure from her office.
Kate Childs Graham, who serves as the chief speechwriter for the vice president, is apparently leaving by the end of February, or just mere weeks away.
The departure, like pretty much every other departure from Harris’s office, was abrupt. The only difference between all these departures is that it appears the explanations underlying the departures are becoming shorter and shorter.
After all, how many different pretty excuses can be given for endless turnover until the truth is blindingly apparent even to the Biden administration?
“Kate is leaving the office, but not the family. The vice president is grateful for her service to the administration,” a White House official remarked tersely to Fox News, adding that everyone is apparently “excited for her next step.”
“Family,” huh? That’s an interesting way to put it, unless it’s in more of a “family feud” context.
In addition, if Harris is so “grateful,” then why exactly is a nameless White House official announcing the vice president’s supposed gratitude?
After all, Biden can apparently blither on about “minor incursions” and a host of other insane commentary without any real accountability whatsoever, so it’s hardly like the press is going to crucify Harris for demonstrating praise towards a hardworking staffer.
Unless, of course, Harris doesn’t feel grateful at all and secretly or openly blames everyone else for her own utter and complete lack of preparation for such a high-profile office.
Fortunately for Harris, Biden is so inept that her own ineptitude appears more characteristic of the current administration, rather than an especially breathtaking level of incompetency.
Speaking of a breathtaking level of incompetency, Biden is apparently full confident in his run for the presidency yet again in 2024, which comes on the heels of Ms. Pelosi’s unsurprising announcement that she’ll also be re-running.
But don’t worry: Pelosi is running again “for the children.”
More like her great grandchildren’s massive inheritances, courtesy of suspiciously timed stock and options trades, in spite of the havoc it will wreak upon the rest of the nation’s children.
At least havoc is on the table for the Democrats, given that Biden apparently believes that Harris is a stellar running mate in 2024.
“She is going to be my running mate – number one. And number two, I did put her in charge,” Biden brayed.
Did you? Or did Obama?
After all, Obama brazenly proclaimed that Biden is “finishing the job” of his presidency, and Ms. Harris surely seems like the cherry on top of that dreadful plan.
Which is precisely why Biden sings her praises for reasons apparent to no one, perhaps not even himself.
“I think she’s doing a good job,” Biden declared.
“A good job.” At what, exactly?
To be fair, she’s certainly done a great job at advancing her own interests while simultaneously driving leagues of staffers away from her chaotic office.
So, in that sense, she has indeed done “a good job.”
Author: Jane Jones
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