Kamala math adds up to a 2024 disaster
Few of the comrades will admit it publicly quite yet, but even Democrats know that Joe must go. There’s only problem: Kamala Harris.
Few of the comrades will admit it publicly quite yet, but even Democrats know that Joe must go.
There’s only problem: Kamala Harris.
At least Dementia Joe has an excuse for his doddering, babbling incompetence. His mind is gone. Not that he was ever on Team Mensa, but it’s been decades since Biden even rose to the level of below-average.
But Kamala’s worse, and she can’t use age as an excuse. Willie Brown’s ex-galpal is just, as former Speaker Newt Gingrich put it, “dumb.”
On Monday, at an event, she said that “Black people in America were not free for 400 years.”
OK, so the first slaves arrived in 1619. They were freed in 1865. That’s 246 years, not 400, but that’s Kamala math.
She also recently appeared on MSDNC with Joy Reid and talked about Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Senate confirmation hearings:
“I will tell you, Joy, I experienced great joy, I watched that with incredible joy … that will only be matched by the joy that I experienced when I see her take the oath….”
By Kamala standards, that’s not that bad. Give that woman an Almond Joy! Most days she makes Brandon sound like Winston Churchill. Her poll numbers are lower than his. The Democrats just rescheduled one of her fundraisers, apparently due to low ticket sales.
Before the 25th Amendment is invoked to move Brandon to a different nursing home from the one he now resides in at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., let’s check in on the woman warming up in the bullpen to replace him.
As always, all dialogue guaranteed verbatim:
Inflation: “First of all I acknowledge one must acknowledge that prices are going up.”
The supply chain crisis: “Let’s move the products because people need their product — they need what they need. We’re dealing with it in terms of the long term.”
Working together, Part I: “We will work together and continue to work together to address these issues to tackle these challenges and to work together as we continue to work operating from the new norms, rules and agreements that we will convene to work together on to galvanize global action. With that I thank you all. This is a matter of urgent priority for all of us and I know we will work on this together.”
COVID: “It is time for us to do what we have been doing. And that time is every day. Every day it is time for us to agree that there are things that are available to us to slow this thing down.”
Time passages: “Talking about the significance of the passage of time, right? The significance of the passage of time so when you think about it there is great significance to the passage of time in terms of what we need to do to lay these wires what we need to do to create these jobs and there is such great significance to the passage of time when we think about a day in the life of our children.”
Root causes: “My trip … was about addressing the root causes. The stories that I heard and the interactions we had today reinforce the nature of those root causes. So the work that we have to do is the work of addressing the cause — the root causes.”
Aid to Jamaica: “We are announcing today also that we will assist Jamaica in COVID recovery by assisting in terms of the recovery efforts in Jamaica.”
Working together, Part II: “We must together work together to see where we are, where we are headed, where we are going and our vision for where we should be. But also see it as a moment to together address the challenges and to work on the opportunities.”
Television watching: “We all watched the television coverage of just yesterday. That’s on top of everything else that we know and don’t know yet based on what we’ve just been able to see and because we’ve seen it or not doesn’t mean it hasn’t happened.”
The Monroe Doctrine, revised: “We are also a member of the Western Hemisphere.”
Senate colleagues: “I together with Sen. Corey Book … .”
I’m OK, you’re OK: “I think we all would agree that in particular these last few years have in many ways tested our faith, tested our ability to believe that everything will be OK, should be OK, can be OK.”
Do you know who I am: “Never let anybody tell you who you are, you tell them who you are. Never let anybody suggest to you that you are what they think you should be, you tell them who you are and what you intend to be. Got that?”
Geography lesson: “Ukraine is a country in Europe. It exists next to another country called Russia. Russia is a bigger country. Russia is a powerful country. Russia decided to invade a smaller country called Ukraine.”
Visit to Poland: “I am standing. Here. On the northern flank, on the eastern flank, talking about what we have in terms of the eastern flank.”
Deep thoughts: “You know there’s so much of what we have achieved together on many levels but with this bipartisan infrastructure law that is based on our collective ability to see what is possible to see what can be, unburdened by what has been, to reject the notion that the way things have always been has to be the way things will continue to be.”
You want to invoke the 25th Amendment to get rid of Brandon?
Be very, very careful what you wish for.