Some of us have memories long enough to remember when Kamala Harris dropped out of the presidential race before the primaries could even make it to her home state of California. Many said this was done to save face and not be shellacked and embarrassed in front of her constituents, so she chose to bow out early.
Even back then it was apparent to all eyes that she was a shrill, untrustworthy, unlikeable person. The kind of woman who would imply that Joe Biden was an overt racist and then turn around and sing his praises as VP. The kind of woman with morals seemingly made out of water, except when the cameras are on. Now it would seem that her disagreeableness isn’t just confined to the polls, but also exists in her own office.
Fox News Reports:
As Vice President Kamala Harris contends with intense scrutiny over her handling of the border crisis and other key issues, members of her staff are experiencing low morale and struggling to communicate with top staffers, according to multiple reports on Wednesday.
“People are thrown under the bus from the very top, there are short fuses and it’s an abusive environment,” one person with knowledge of operations at Harris’ office told the outlet. “It’s not a healthy environment and people often feel mistreated. It’s not a place where people feel supported but a place where people feel treated like sh-t.”
Symone Sanders, Harris’ top spokesperson, pushed back on allegations of discord on the vice president’s staff.
“We are not making rainbows and bunnies all day. What I hear is that people have hard jobs and I’m like ‘welcome to the club,’” Sanders told Politico. “We have created a culture where people, if there is anything anyone would like to raise, there are avenues for them to do so. Whoever has something they would like to raise, they should raise it directly.”
The vice president’s office did not respond to a request for further comment.”
One thing is for certain, it won’t be Kamala who will bear the brunt of the responsibility in any of this. Much like the mishandling of the border, a job that Joe Biden gave Harris so as to delegate away responsibility for the botching of the most secure border in a decade, Harris will defer blame to her staff.
Fox continues: “Much of the criticism was directed at Flournoy, who aides claimed has limited access to Harris and contributed to a culture “where ideas are ignored or met with harsh dismissals and decisions are dragged out.”
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