The media made a big deal about Kamala Harris, soon after Biden named her his running mate. But since 2020, what has the woman done as vice president to distinguish herself? Let’s take a look… uh… well… there was… nothing.
Absolutely nothing. In fact, Harris appears to be a detriment to Biden’s administration. Not an asset. And it seems like more Democrats are starting to clamor for a replacement. Socialist Democrats Elizabeth Warren was asked if Biden should keep Harris for 2024. And this is what the leftist senator said.
“Yes. He should run again,” Warren said. “And he is running again.”
Her response to a follow-up question of whether Harris should be his running mate was less concrete.
“I really want to defer to what makes Biden comfortable on his team,” she said. “I’ve known Kamala for a long time… But they need — they have to be a team, and my sense is they are — I don’t mean that by suggesting I think there are any problems. I think they are.”
Lol, wow. When asked if she supports Joe Biden’s re-election campaign, Sen. Warren said yes. She even said, “He should run again.” Well, that proves Warren’s judgment is shot. But when asked if Biden should stick with Kamala as his running mate…
Warren wasn’t as definitive. She didn’t say no, but she didn’t say yes either. The politician gave the most politician-y answer ever. She basically said nothing, claiming she’ll “defer” to Biden’s team. Really? Don’t have an opinion on that, huh Warren?
I guess she’s too afraid of making a firm comment. If Biden ditches Kamala, no harm or foul on Warren. But if Biden keeps Kamala–and Warren wanted her gone–that doesn’t look good for old Liz, here.
But the lack of a firm “yes” is telling, in its own way. If Warren thought Harris was doing a bang-up job, she would have said so. Instead, she waffles for thirty seconds, showing that the party is souring on old Kamala.
And, just think, a few years ago they thought she was next in line for the White House!
- Elizabeth Warren refused to endorse Kamala Harris as Biden’s 2024 running mate.
- Warren said she’d “defer” to Biden, after giving a strong endorsement to Joe.
- Harris has been a failure as VP, dragging down an already collapsing administration.