President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris have a tough row to hoe as far as convincing American voters to give them another shot at staying in the White House.
That's primarily due to the fact that no matter one's political stripes, most Americans still struggle to afford groceries, gas, and in many cities, fear for their lives.
According to The Hill, Harris and her team apparently believe that the best approach is targeting younger, college-age voters, and she recently kicked off a campaign to do just that.
The campaign, hilariously called "Fight for Our Freedoms," focuses on issues they believe matter to younger voters, such as climate change, abortion, and LGBTQ rights.
As any reasonable and logical-thinking person understands, none of those issues rise above paying rent and affording dinner.
Harris, who polls just as horrendously as her boss, released a statement regarding her new campaign.
— Vice President Kamala Harris (@VP) September 15, 2023
"This generation is critical to the urgent issues that are at stake right now for our future," her statement read. "It is young leaders throughout America who know what the solutions look like and are organizing in their communities to make them a reality. My message to students is clear: We are counting on you, we need you, you are everything."
Starting at Hampton University in Virginia, Harris dropped the usual Democrat talking points, implying that "democracy is at stake!" as she attempted to push her woke college tour.
"We’ve got a fight on our hands right now. We are fighting for our democracy, and this is real," she said.
She added, "These attacks on voting rights, on a person’s ability to make decisions about their own body, on issues like affirmative action, on issues that are about what makes for reasonable gun safety laws. This stuff is real. And it’s happening right now in real-time. But I am optimistic, because I know that our leaders are up for this challenge and will not be denied."
— Tom George (@TheTomGeorge) September 15, 2023
The Hill added:
Harris will also visit North Carolina A&T, Morehouse College, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the College of Southern Nevada and Northern Arizona University.
Only time will tell if Harris wins the support she so desperately needs, but given the topics on which she's focusing, it's probably not going to happen for her.