Kamala Harris thought she struck a perfect alliance of convenience with Joe Biden.
Now Harris found out some bad news.
Kamala Harris realized she had to be careful what she wished for about Joe Biden.
During the 2020 Democrat presidential primary, Biden pitched himself to skeptical liberals as a transitional candidate.
Americans took that to mean if elected Biden would only serve one term before passing the baton to his second in command.
When Biden selected Kamala Harris as his running mate, voters took that as confirmation Biden planned to not seek re-election in 2024.
On the one-year mark of Biden taking office, the idea that the 78-yeear-old Biden would run for re-election seems far-fetched.
But that is no reason to celebrate for Harris.
Democrats created this media hype that Biden would be the next FDR passing trillions of dollars on new socialist spending.
At that point, Biden could ride off into the sunset celebrating a job well done having shut down COVID and created a socialist nation.
Instead, Biden presided over an inflation crisis, a border crisis, a crime crisis in America’s biggest cities, and a supply chain crisis.
That explains why the Associated Press found just 28 percent of Americans want to see Joe Biden run for a second term.
“More Americans disapprove than approve of how Biden is handling his job as president, 56% to 43%. As of now, just 28% of Americans say they want Biden to run for reelection in 2024, including only 48% of Democrats,” the Associated Press wrote about their poll’s findings,” the Associated Press wrote.
The Associated Press also found Biden’s approval rating plunged from 59 percent in July to 43 percent in January 2022.
Now, if Joe Biden declines to seek re-election Kamala Harris would have to campaign defending the record of a president the American people view as a failure.
In the Associated Press poll, a majorityof Americans disapprove of Biden’s handling of the economy and COVID.
The Associated Press reports:
Just 45% say they approve of Biden’s handling of COVID-19, down from 57% in December and from 66% in July 2021.
Americans are even more downbeat about his handling of the economy, with just 37% approving. Growing angst about his economic policies comes as inflation rose at its fastest pace in nearly 40 years last month, a 7% spike from a year earlier that is increasing household expenses and eating into wage gains.
Kamala Harris would very much like to be President.
But Harris’ failed 2020 campaign showed Harris to be a politician of meager talents and instincts.
The only way Harris will ever win the nomination is if Biden essentially hands it to her.
However, now it looks like Biden is handing Harris a poisoned political chalice.
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