I never thought much of Kamala Harris. She could dance and read cards handed to her but even I am surprised at just how unintelligent she is.
It is widely believed that Harris got to where she is using less than savory means. She used Willie Brown’s bedroom as the launch pad for her political career. She was arm candy for Montel Williams.
Harris’ not being very bright is a more widespread notion than I imagined. See here.
One example from Powerline
Harris comes across to me as mediocre through and through. Her presidential campaign was a disaster. An implosion of that magnitude — one that cannot be attributed to any scandal or single misstep — is almost unprecedented in the history of presidential politics.
Consider, too, the border trip fiasco — not the trip itself, a non-event, but all of the missteps that preceded it, especially her lame and bizarre answers to Lester Holt’s questions.
She is obviously not up to the job of Vice President, let alone President. She was put in charge of the border but she couldn’t find it. Given multiple jobs, she whined about it all being too tough on a girl.
Harris said she’s used to multitasking and is motivated by all the work that she and Biden are trying to get done.
“Yeah, maybe I don’t say ‘no’ enough,” Harris said with a laugh. “But I do believe that these things are achievable. It’s just a lot of hard work, but that’s why we’re here and that’s what people wanted. Right?”
Then she uttered this incomprehensible statement
“We will go into these positions that we will arrive in these positions, and we will work hard and get things done,” she continued. “And that’s what motivates me, truly.”
Yet even that pales in comparison to the idiotic excuses she made against voter ID.
“I don’t think that we should underestimate what that [compromise on voter ID laws] could mean,” Harris said in an interview with BET News. “Because in some people’s mind, that means you’re going to have to Xerox or photocopy your ID to send it in to prove who you are. Well, there are a whole lot of people, especially people who live in rural communities, who don’t – there’s no Kinkos, there’s no OfficeMax near them.”
“Of course people have to prove who they are,” Harris continued, but “not in a way that makes it almost impossible for them to prove who they are.”
Kinko’s was gone 13 years ago.
Rural Americans have smart phones. Rural Americans have access to banks. Rural Americans have access to libraries.
BTW, you would need an ID to buy a phone plan, take out a library book or open a bank account.
This country is in quite a fix. The President is a left wing socialist propagandist who suffers from dementia. The Vice President is a bag of hammers.
Heaven help us.