Is Kamala like Spiro?

What else could go wrong in the first year of Biden?  Could V.P. Kamala Harris soon a get a visit from Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Majority Leader Chuck Schumer that sort of goes like this? 

Madame Vice President, you need to step aside because you're killing us.  How does an ambassadorship to India or Jamaica sound to you?  You could go back to your roots and learn more about your parents.  The beaches in Jamaica are lovely, and the food in India has such variety.  Think about it, Madame Vice President.  You are no longer the one.

Yes, I'm being a bit silly, but there is nothing good about the matter of V.P. Harris.  As my late mother would have said in her Cuban accent: "Esto está muy mal."  Yes, it translates to "this is very bad."

V.P. Harris brought her act to Paris this week.  Normally, Paris is friendly territory for a Democrat.  Unfortunately for the White House, the V.P. couldn't perform there, either.  The lady has turned into a major liability,

This is from Joe Concha:

Harris's struggles are primarily twofold:

It's been 153 days since her last sit-down interview with a major broadcast news entity, in the form of NBC's Lester Holt. You may recall that was the beginning of the end of the administration's confidence in her abilities to handle even the most basic of questions. 

"Do you have any plans to visit the border?" Holt asked. 

"At some point, you know, we are going to the border," Harris replied, before oddly repeating herself as if a short-circuit had occurred. "We've been to the border. So, this whole thing about the border — we've been to the border. We've been to the border."

"You haven't been to the border," Holt correctly noted.

"And I haven't been to Europe," Harris snapped before laughing. "And, I mean, I don't understand the point that you're making."

Well, she went to Europe and probably won't be answering any questions about that.

At this point, every Democrat is praying that President Biden makes it to 2025.  You will probably see less and less of the president and vice president from this point forward.  You may well see the vice president's husband representing the U.S. in funerals and other traditional visits.  He probably has more tact and sense than his wife, as we just saw in that awkward speech in Paris.

Will Harris get the Spiro treatment?  I don't know, but then, V.P. Agnew became a liability for the Nixon presidency.  Spiro had to go.  Maybe Kamala will have to go, too.

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