Kamala Harris walks on eggshells every time she sits for an interview.
Harris’ incompetence and lack of political talent is on display at all times.
And Kamala Harris was afraid to say one word that could end her career.
Not even an interview with a massive supporter like MSNBC’s Joy Reid could save Harris from disaster.
Reid noted NBC polling showing Republicans holding a 17-point lead over Democrats in terms of which party’s voters are more enthusiastic to vote in the midterm election.
Reid blamed the lack of liberal enthusiasm on Democrat Senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema opposing gutting the filibuster to allow Chuck Schumer to ram election-rigging legislation through the Senate as well as Manchin and Sinema opposing Joe Biden’s multi-trillion-dollar socialist spending bill.
“One of the reasons for that is that Sen. Joe Manchin, Sen. Kyrsten Sinema have stood in the way of extending the child tax credit, have stood in the way of increasing the minimum wage, have stood in the way of many of, you know, the Build Back Better bill, have stood in the way of passing voting rights,” Reid began.
Reid asked Harris if her fellow Democrat Senators Manchin and Sinema could be considered allies of the administration.
“Are Senators Manchin and Sinema, in view of the White House, are they allies of this administration or they opponents?” Reid wondered.
Here is where Harris talked herself into trouble.
Manchin votes with Joe Biden 95 percent of the time and Sinema supports the Biden agenda 97 percent of the time.
But neither supports nuking the legislative filibuster which would allow Democrats to seize unlimited power by packing the Supreme Court, adding new states which would create permanent Democrat Senate seats, and granting amnesty to tens of millions of illegal aliens adding millions of new Democrat voters to the rolls.
And for that, Democrats froth at the mouth about mounting primary challengers to Manchin and Sinema when they run for re-election in 2024.
Harris tried to tiptoe her way around the questions falsely blaming Republicans for the fact that Joe Biden’s agenda stalled when Democrats hold the majority in both houses of Congress.
“Not one Republican voted for the American Rescue Plan,” Harris began. “Not one voted when were extending the child tax credit…”
But then Reid waved the white flag of surrender and said she did not want to get in the middle of an internal Democrat power struggle and begged off calling Manchin and Sinema allies.
“When we look at what we achieved in terms of putting in place a system around getting vaccines from people, so now, over 200 … million people have been vaccinated in our country. And as a result, we’ve been able to reopen our schools, 99% of them are reopened, businesses are reopening. These are the achievements that are made possible in spite of the fact that not one Republican in so many of these policies voted. So I’m not going to get caught up in kind of an internal firing squad when you got to look at the fact that if we’re talking about party politics, you’ve got a system where you also have an entire group of people who I believe have diverse interests and needs but are for some reason falling in line behind a party instead of behind a policy that actually is in the best interest of their constituents,” Harris concluded.
Harris knows her approval rating sits at 28 percent in a USA Today/Suffolk poll.
A poll of her home state of California found her approval rating sinking to 38 percent.
Politicians’ approval ratings can’t plummet to those depths unless they lose the support from a significant chunk of their base.
And Harris is afraid to call Manchin and Sinema allies for fear of alienating her remaining supporters.
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