A recent article in the New York Post has sparked discussions about Vice President Kamala Harris and her potential rise to the presidency. In this piece, Michael Goodwin highlights the concerns surrounding Harris’ suitability for the role.
Critics have pointed out Harris’ frequent word salads and consistently low approval ratings, with a mid-May Monmouth poll showing her approval rating at a mere 37%. A separate April Fox News poll revealed that only 43% of voters approve of her job performance.
During a segment on Fox News’ “The Big Weekend Show,” host Tom Shillue expressed his astonishment at the situation Democrats find themselves in with Harris as the vice president. Shillue commented, “We knew that voters didn’t really like Kamala Harris too much. She attacked Joe Biden, and then he made her his vice president. We thought she’ll grow into the role, but she has gotten worse.”
Shillue also noted a shift in Harris’ communication style, stating, “She started talking to adults the way that she talks to children. I don’t know what she’s doing, but I don’t know that her presidency would be much different from Joe Biden’s.”
Another co-host on the show, Anita Vogel, acknowledged Harris’ impressive resume but questioned her performance when facing the cameras. Vogel said, “She is an accomplished person. She has a law degree, she was a district attorney, she served as the California attorney general. But when she gets in front of the cameras and in front of people, I don’t know what happens.”
Mollie Hemingway, a fellow co-host, found it intriguing that despite Harris’ extensive list of accomplishments, she seems to be struggling in her current role. Hemingway stated, “Democrats are in a conundrum because they really can’t get rid of her. That would anger a portion of their electorate that they need. But she’s not helping out the ticket in any way. The one thing she does help is Joe Biden. Nobody wants Joe Biden to leave office as long as she is the next option.”
As Republican voters, it is crucial to remain informed about the potential implications of a Harris presidency. With concerns about Biden’s age and health, the possibility of Harris assuming the presidency becomes more significant.
It is a critical time for Republicans to unite and make their voices heard, ensuring that the nation moves forward with strong and capable leadership.
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