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    Bob Unruh By Bob Unruh – WND News Center

    President Joe Biden, joined by Vice President Kamala Harris, after delivering remarks on the CDC’s updated guidance on mask wearing for vaccinated individuals Thursday, May 13, 2021, in the Rose Garden of the White House. (Official White House photo by Adam Schultz)

    It’s just not fair that Kamala Harris, the vice president, is being given tough problems to address, like President Biden’s immigration crisis at the southern border and the responsibility to push the Democrats’ elections agenda through Congress.

    That’s because she might fail, and that wouldn’t look good for her if she runs for president in 2024 or 2028.

    That’s all according to not only a column at the New York Times but an endorsing social media statement from the Grey Lady’s Ezra Klein.

    The commentary was from guest writer Christina Greer of Fordham University, who warned Harris, “It’s a trap!” and explained, “Biden and his team aren’t giving her chances to get some wins and more experience on her ledger. Rather, it’s the hardest of the hard stuff.

    “If she is somehow miraculously able to detangle the complex ‘immigration crisis,’ she will be heralded by some, but not all, as a success and worthy of the Democratic presidential nomination in 2024. If she becomes only the latest leader (in either party) who cannot solve the problem, she specifically will be viewed as a failure.”

    Klein seconded her motion, saying, “This seems right.”

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    C E Voigtsberger
    C E Voigtsberger
    11 months ago

    So let me see if I understand the situation. We have an elderly president with questionable mental facilities and we have a VP, the person who is only one heartbeat or one mental breakdown from sitting in the oval office who is apparently incapable of handling a challenging interview by a sympathetic interviewer and is incapable of announcing some kind of policy formulated, I hope, by a meeting of the minds (there are some capable of reasoned thought I really hope) presently on staff at the white shack but not to worry, some more years handling softball issues like what color the seats should be in the VP’s plane and what color drapes should hang in the VP’s office should prepare her to handle negotiations with Putin and friends, the fat boy in NK and Xi Jinping. Yeah, right. Lotsa luck with that theory.

    And some thought Trump was a disaster waiting to happen? Compared to the present group theoretically running the show he was the political genius of the last 100 years. Don’t get me wrong. I thought he was a crass boor. But that’s not the first time we have had crass boors in the White House. Can you say Lydon Baines Johnson? Can you say alcoholic Richard M. Nixon? Can you say William Jefferson Clinton who apparently couldn’t resist chasing any skirt that walked down the hallway. Even the saintly John Fitzgerald Kennedy was a lech of the first order. At least Trump wasn’t taking calls while he was sitting on the white throne a la LBJ.

    I don’t know about other readers but I find the situation in DC truly scary.

    William Hicks
    William Hicks
    11 months ago

    We have an incompetent president and an arrogant vice president. What could go wrong with that combination?

    Michael A...
    Michael A...
    11 months ago

    She really has no reason to be VP. Sleepy Joe’s advisors wanted her because of the melanin and the sex. That’s it. Because of the cackling she would make the worlds worst gambler. It’s a tell, you following here?

    George Pattone
    George Pattone
    11 months ago

    Easier like what? Cleaning up after Willie Brown???

    William Hicks
    William Hicks
    11 months ago
    Reply to  George Pattone

    Her “cackling” is a defensive action/reaction when she’s faced with a question she either doesn’t know the answer to or afraid of what a truthful answer would cost her. She isn’t fooling anyone but those her put her into office.

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