How satisfying the news has been over the past few days.
First off, Biden is finally subject to the long overdue impeachment inquiry, much to the anger of varied leftists.
Secondly, the Dems’ utter confidence in the 2024 presidential race has clearly been shaken, especially when accounting for Kamala Harris’s rather disastrous interview.
As detailed by Fox News, CBS host Margaret Brennan, who queried whether or not the vice president was taking the very real possibility of a Trump 2024 victory “seriously enough.”
Harris was apparently stunned into silence, as it took the stupefied Biden running mate a moment to reply.
“I don’t understand the question,” Harris stammered.
“You were dismissive of some of the Republican criticism of you and the president. When you look at current polling, the frontrunner for the Republican nomination is the former president, the 45th president,” Brennan replied crisply.
Apparently, when confronted with the “facts” she claims to care about so deeply, Harris immediately insisted that Biden and her would win, again, in 2024.
Insisting that there is “too much at stake,” Harris insisted that the Democrats would win in 2024, in spite of all the instability brought on by their very actions.
“The American people know it,” Harris brayed.
Yeah. An increasingly smaller number of voters.
Harris was even less convincing during her response on whether or not she would be prepared to take over as president.
“Yes, I am. If necessary,” Harris insisted, “but Joe Biden is going to be fine. Let me tell you something. I work with Joe Biden every day. Under Joe Biden’s leadership, we have transformed and are in the process of transforming America’s infrastructure… I could go on and on.”
Funny. Several Americans could go “on and on” about the Biden regime as well.
Albeit in a very, very different manner than Ms. Harris.
Harris’s stupefaction over the facts is even more hilarious given her public pronouncements on the facts just a few days ago.
“Let the evidence, the facts, take it where it may … Everyone has their right to their day in court,” Harris remarked to the Associated Press during another ineffectual appearance in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Haha. Aside from the “facts” regarding Trump’s impressive polling, that is.
“I spent the majority of my career as a prosecutor … I believe that people should be held accountable under the law. And when they break the law, there should be accountability,” Harris added pointedly.
Funny. As accountability is precisely what catalyzed the current impeachment inquiry …
Author: Ofelia Thornton