• Re: Daffy *hore Kamala Harris Doesn't Want To Be in Charge of Anything

    From The D List@21:1/5 to governor.swill@gmail.com on Wed Sep 27 04:35:34 2023
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    In article <uel5sv$egb2$8@dont-email.me>
    <governor.swill@gmail.com> wrote:

    A whore who sucked her way to every job she ever had.

    The Biden administration keeps trying to give Vice President
    Kamala Harris something to do, but she keeps balking at the
    opportunity. She complains about being "sidelined" by the White
    House and complains when they give her a job she doesn't want to
    do, such as handling the border crisis. It's as if the only
    thing she is really passionate about is using the power of her
    office to destroy the careers of her political rivals.

    Harris was not enthusiastic about being tapped to lead the
    administration's response to the Supreme Court decision
    overturning Roe v. Wade. The Washington Post reported Thursday
    that the vice president "had initial reservations about becoming
    the face of the administration's response, worried she could be
    pigeonholed on the issue because of her gender, according to
    people familiar with the discussions who spoke on the condition
    of anonymity to disclose a sensitive dynamic."

    Ultimately, Harris signed on to be in charge of the White House
    push to protect abortion rights across the country. If history
    is any indication, the result will be a half-assed effort that
    accomplishes nothing and inevitably devolves into finger-
    pointing, recrimination, and anonymous leaks to the press. That
    is precisely what happened after the administration tasked her
    with leading the charge on the border crisis and on voting

    Harris was not thrilled when Biden in March 2021 put her in
    charge of the administration's response to the ongoing
    immigration crisis on the border. The vice president "was
    resigned to the assignment, but she and her team wanted to make
    sure her role was depicted in the narrowest possible way,"
    according to the authors of This Will Not Pass.

    At one point, New York Times reporters Jonathan Martin and
    Alexander Burns recount in the book, Harris corrected Biden
    during a meeting with leaders of the Congressional Black Caucus.
    When the president said she would do "a hell of job" handling
    immigration, Harris immediately chimed in to say that her role
    would be limited to U.S. relations with the so-called Northern
    Triangle countries in Central America. During a subsequent visit
    to Guatemala, the vice president fumbled a question from NBC
    anchor Lester Holt about why she hadn't visited the U.S.
    southern border. "And I haven't been to Europe," she cackled.

    Days later, Politico published a story headlined, "‘Not a
    healthy environment': Kamala Harris' office rife with dissent,"
    which detailed the dysfunction in the vice president's office
    and was riddled with anonymous quotes from former Harris aides
    blasting her leadership style. That was around the same time
    Biden tasked Harris with leading the administration's effort to
    promote so-called voting rights. A similar fiasco ensued.

    Martin and Burns report that after holding a series of initial
    meetings with activists, Harris failed to marshal a significant
    push for voting rights on Capitol Hill. Months after taking the
    assignment, they note, she had not even spoken about the issue
    with Sens. Joe Manchin (D., W.Va.) and Lisa Murkowski (R.,
    Alaska), whose votes were crucial to passing legislation in the

    Voting rights soon became "another dead end" for the vice
    president, who "continued to resist the exhortation to pick some
    signature issues, partly out of concern that she would be
    restricted to handling subjects closely linked to her personal
    identity." Harris preferred to take ownership of "broad-spectrum
    issues" that wouldn't be "mainly associated with women and Black

    This attitude is echoed in her response to being asked to handle
    the response to the Supreme Court's overturn of Roe v. Wade. She
    doesn't want to be "pigeonholed on the issue because of her
    gender." OK, then. What, exactly, does she want to be doing?
    According to Martin and Burns, the vice president's staff did at
    one point propose that Harris could oversee "relation with the
    Nordic countries," a suggestion that was "rejected" and
    "privately mocked" by White House aides.

    It is perhaps no wonder that Democrats are already panicking at
    the thought of Harris being the party's presidential nominee in
    2024. Even her former staffers are terrified at the prospect of
    Harris becoming president.

    WATCH: Veep Thoughts with Kamala Harris (Vol. 1) <https://freebeacon.com/democrats/kamala-harris-deep-thoughts/>

    WATCH: Veep Thoughts with Kamala Harris (Vol. 2) <https://freebeacon.com/democrats/veep-thoughts-kamala-harris/>

    Published under: Democratic Party, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Roe
    v. Wade


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