Presumptive Democrat nominee Joe Biden named Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate for the presidency of the United States. The decision has caused much rejoicing in the Republican camp because of Harris’s previous record on criminal justice, her illicit affair with Willie Brown to climb the California political ladder, and her gross hypocrisy.
Harriss’s attempts to appear nice and sincere fall flat. Her smiles, designed to put her audience at ease, rather resemble the toothy grin of a shark about to bite — it’s clear to anyone watching that Harris’s most vital strength is that she is willing to do anything to accomplish her agenda.
Harris does not seem to have a genuine bone in her body, and no one doubts that she will do whatever it takes to reach the highest office in the land. She is a team player, and willing, by hook or by crook, to take down President Trump.
All of that to say that Republican strategists should not forget the real Kamala Harris. The real Harris is the one that eviscerated Joe Biden in the Democratic debates last fall. The real Harris is the prosecutor that went after then-SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh in the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings.
Harris is the attack dog, the “hitman” so to speak, that the Democrats need to go after President Trump, and she is genuinely good at that job. In Senate committee meetings, she was able to make Brett Kavanaugh and Attorney General Bill Barr look less than forthcoming, and that is the real reason the DNC picked her as the VP candidate.
Biden seems increasingly disoriented, unable to focus on even the most mundane matters, but Harris suffers from no such deficit. She is laser-focused when she is taking someone down, and that is what the Biden campaign needs if they hope to win in November.
President Trump and Vice President Pence would do well to hone their debate skills before facing the corrupt prosecutor from California.
Watch Harris explain how she could demolish Biden in the primary debates, but support him now.
Kamala Harris didn’t mean a word she said, during debates. I wonder if the same goes for the Brett Kavanaugh conformation.
It means she will say whatever she has to, to win. Her reputation as a prosecutor is true. She cared more about winning, than justice.
— Marla Hohner (@marlahohner) August 13, 2020