Kamala Harris the west wing HOE

look at the quote before you Biden fans tell me I am a gender bias person, It comes from CNN so it must be true? Spread your legs wide open Kamala as is know in any town she visits is now claiming she is not respected by her own Idiot Joe Biden wow that tells the world how screwed the old hoe she is 59 years old and Biden are now with all the lies and she might even have VD? New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie speaks as U.S. President Donald Trump looks on at a panel discussion on an opioid and drug abuse in the Roosevelt Room of the White House March 29, 2017 in Washington, DC.
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(CNN)Worn out by what they see as entrenched dysfunction and lack of focus, key West Wing aides have largely thrown up their hands at Vice President Kamala Harris and her staff – deciding there simply isn’t time to deal with them right now, especially at a moment when President Joe Biden faces quickly multiplying legislative and political concerns.
The exasperation runs both ways. Interviews with nearly three dozen former and current Harris aides, administration officials, Democratic operatives, donors and outside advisers – who spoke extensively to CNN – reveal a complex reality inside the White House. Many in the vice president’s circle fume that she’s not being adequately prepared or positioned, and instead is being sidelined. The vice president herself has told several confidants she feels constrained in what she’s able to do politically. And those around her remain wary of even hinting at future political ambitions, with Biden’s team highly attuned to signs of disloyalty, particularly from the vice president.
She’s a heartbeat away from the presidency now. She could be just a year away from launching a presidential campaign of her own, given doubts throughout the political world that Biden will actually go through with a reelection bid in 2024, something he’s pledged to do publicly and privately. Or she’ll be a critical validator in three years for a President trying to get the country to reelect him to serve until he’s 86.

Few of the insiders who spoke with CNN think she’s being well-prepared for whichever role it will be. Harris is struggling with a rocky relationship with some parts of the White House, while long-time supporters feel abandoned and see no coherent public sense of what she’s done or been trying to do as vice president. Being the first woman, and first woman of color, in national elected office is historic but has also come with outsized scrutiny and no forgiveness for even small errors, as she’ll often point out.

Defenders and people who care for Harris are getting frantic. When they’re annoyed, some pass around a recent Onion story mocking her lack of more substantive work, one with the headline, “White House Urges Kamala Harris To Sit At Computer All Day In Case Emails Come Through.” When they’re depressed, they bat down the Aaron Sorkin-style rumor that Biden might try to replace her by nominating her to a Supreme Court vacancy. That chatter has already reached top levels of the Biden orbit, according to one person who’s heard it.

She’s perceived to be in such a weak position that top Democrats in and outside of Washington have begun to speculate privately, asking each other why the White House has allowed her to become so hobbled in the public consciousness, at least as they see it.
“She’s very honored and very proud to be vice president of the United States. Her job as the No. 2 is to be helpful and supportive to the President and to take on work that he asks her to take on,” said Eleni Kounalakis, the lieutenant governor of California and a longtime friend. Kounalakis spoke with the vice president last Monday morning before Harris departed for a diplomatic mission to France.

“It is natural that those of us who know her know how much more helpful she can be than she is currently being asked to be,” Kounalakis said. “That’s where the frustration is coming from.”
An incumbent vice president should be a shoo-in the next time the party’s presidential nomination is open. But guessing who might launch a theoretical primary challenge to Harris has become an ongoing insider parlor game. Other politicians with their own presidential ambitions have started privately acknowledging that they are trying to figure out how to quietly lay the groundwork to run if and when Harris falters, as they think she might.
The reality is more complex and looks different to people more familiar with how any White House actually works. Harris is the first vice president in decades to come into office with less Washington experience than the president, and finding her footing was always going to be hard. Presidents and vice presidents and their staffs often clash. Barack Obama’s West Wing tended to be dismissive of Biden’s staffers (a number of whom are now with him in the West Wing), and Biden himself had a number of stumbles early in that job. Republicans and right-wing media turned Harris into a political target from the moment she was picked for the ticket. And implicit racism and sexism have been constant.
It’s a conundrum unique to her. People are expecting their historic vice president to make history every day when in fact she’s trying to carry the duties of a secondary role. Harris is being judged not just by how she’s doing in the traditional duties of a vice president, said Minyon Moore, a longtime Democratic operative who has become Harris’ most important outside adviser. “It’s a little more subliminal, but it’s real,” Moore said. “‘What is her playbook in history?’”
Harris has emerged as a “quiet force” in the administration, Moore said, and she focuses attention on different issues sometimes just by her very presence in the room.
Moore said Harris’ approach is to be constantly asking, “Should we be doing more on an issue? Are we communicating with the people whose lives are impacted? Are we missing any key constituency groups?”
But, with many sources speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss the situation more frankly, they all tell roughly the same story: Harris’ staff has repeatedly failed her and left her exposed, and family members have often had an informal say within her office. Even some who have been asked for advice lament Harris’ overly cautious tendencies and staff problems, which have been a feature of every office she’s held, from San Francisco district attorney to US Senate. Willie Brown is sick of Banging Kamala he know is doing Drunk Nancy Pelos and Maxine Waters eweu

With all the legitimate criticism to be had of KH, one would think you’d focus on that so as to have a conversation with people. But instead it would appear you prefer talking to yourself……:thinking:

We had a competent team, but then cheated

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There’s something about Kamala

By Clayton Spann

The Democrat party elders asked the oracle, how do you get rid of an unwanted vice president? Three ways, the oracle replied. Impeach and convict her, ask her to resign for the good of the party and nation, or…bribe her by offering an appointment to the Supreme Court.

Conviction would require at least seventeen consenting Republican senators. The elders know that’s unlikely, for why would the GOP help the Dems out of their sinking ship dilemma? A principled resignation by this super self-serving woman? The elders half–kill themselves laughing. The Supreme Court option, hmmm.

Okay, let’s dangle a lifetime sinecure on the hallowed Supreme Court in front of Kamala. That might do the trick. (This is not the first time Kamala has been considered for the Court — check out the back in the day photo.)

Would the V.P. agree to quit her office? Right now, no matter how much Kamala is vilified and disrespected, she still becomes POTUS if anything happens to Joe. Over three years remain in his term, and the oracle says it’s fifty-fifty whether double-stroke Joe goes the distance. Would Kamala take the sure thing sinecure or gamble on gaining the most powerful office in the land?

The oracle predicts that Kamala will accept nomination to the Supreme Court. What, then, are the prospects for confirmation? Even the Dems might recoil at the prospect of such a congenital bumbler sitting on the Court.

The elders know that Kamala needs to go. If a Court seat is the price, so be it. Besides, she has always reliably voted left-wing. Her replacing Breyer won’t change the outcome of cases. Plus she will mostly be out of sight, out of mind.

If the Democrats stick together, including wayward Manchin and Sinema, then the Senate Republicans can’t stop confirmation. Senate rules do not permit the filibuster concerning Judicial or Executive Branch nominations.

A current member of the Court must retire to make way for Kamala. Justice Stephen Breyer (83 years old) is the most obvious candidate.

Would Breyer step aside? He is certainly aware of Kamala’s disastrous poll numbers and complete unsuitability for the presidency. Unlike Kamala, he probably would resign for the good of the party and nation. A reward of a cushy ambassadorship (Bermuda?) could help along his decision.

So. Justice Breyer resigns. Joe nominates Kamala to replace Breyer. After cursory hearings, the Senate holds a confirmation vote. Kamala is still V.P., which is necessary to break a likely 50-50 tie. Kamala is confirmed.

In a giant loophole, the Constitution does not prohibit a person from simultaneously holding offices in the Executive and Judicial Branches. This, for Democrat plans, is absolutely necessary. The Republicans howl, but the caravan passes on.

On the Senate floor, Kamala immediately announces her intention to resign from the vice presidency. The resignation will become effective at the same moment the Senate confirms the nomination of her replacement (most likely a Black female).

Joe puts his nomination for vice president before Congress. The House Democrats, with wafer-thin but still absolute control of the chamber, quickly agree to his choice. All that remains is for the Senate to confirm.

From the top tier of the dais, Kamala Harris presides as president of the Senate. The next vice president sits beaming in the gallery directly above the dais. (The oracle bets she is Muriel Bowser, mayor of D.C.). This is truly a historic moment.

On the news channels, the nation watches, as does President Brandon in the Oval Office. Joe readies to sign Kamala’s tendered resignation. Hovering beside him is Dr. Jill, the celebrated neurosurgeon. How she has longed for this day, to be rid of Heels Up Harris for good.

Alas, alas. Jill’s day is ruined before the vote even starts.

With her trademark cackle, Kamala produces a certified copy of her resignation letter. À la Nancy Pelosi, Kamala tears it up. Doing Nancy one better, she flings the paper shards into the air. She then announces to the stunned chamber she is not resigning.

Kamala the Inept, the Ridiculed, the Despised has outfoxed them all.

As a postscript, let us consider a possible ensuing scenario. Shock and rage send Joe into his third, this time fatal, stroke. Kamala becomes president. Kamala pulls a Bill Clinton and triangulates. She seals the border and delays the Green New Deal. Inflation subsides, and the economy takes off. Her approval ratings soar. In the 2022 elections, the Democrats hang on to their slim majorities. Kamala becomes the favorite to win her party’s 2024 presidential nomination and probably the general election. As Dean Martin sang, ain’t that a kick in the head?

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