Kamala Harris has been getting NO good media narratives….
A recent Pew poll actually has her more favorable than Donald Trump….
Harris is the VP , a Democrat, a Woman and of Color…. Things the Republicans tend to attack…..
Republicans view President Joe Biden as ripe for defeat in 2024. But recently, they’ve been zeroing in on who they see as an even easier target: Kamala Harris.
As Harris has stepped up her role as campaign trail attack dog, GOP presidential candidates are leaning even harder into attacking the vice president as a way to highlight voters’ wariness over Biden’s age. Given that the 80-year-old Biden is the oldest person to ever occupy the Oval Office, the argument goes, a vote for him is equivalent to elevating Harris — who by many measures is even less popular than her boss — to commander-in-chief.
“I think the American people should know if you’re voting for Biden, you know, you are effectively voting for Harris to be the president of the United States,” Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said in an interview with the conservative outlet Outkick on Wednesday, pointing out that Biden will be 82 on inauguration day. “I mean, he’s already passed normal life expectancy.”
“As bad as Biden’s been,” DeSantis added, “I think a lot of people would view Kamala as even worse.”
That comes after the 44-year-old DeSantis called his would-be general election opponents the “Harris-Biden administration” in a post on Twitter last week. He also used a campaign stop in Iowa to blast Harris for remarks she made in Florida where she questioned new education standards in the state that proclaim that slaves gained useful skills while suffering under bondage.
“She’s going to come down to the state of Florida and try to chirp and … try to demagogue,” DeSantis said.
Aside from DeSantis, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, 60, told a crowd in South Carolina last week, “I pray every night for Joe Biden’s good health. Not only because he’s our president but because of who our vice president is.”
Not to be outdone, South Carolina’s former governor and former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley suggested that, if Biden were reelected, he wouldn’t serve out a full four-year term. So, Haley said, she would support former President Donald Trump – who is 77 – if he beat her in the Republican presidential primary.
“Because I am not going to have a President Kamala Harris,” Haley, 51, said on CNBCon Monday……
It IS resonable to think of VP Harris a bit more in consideration of President Joe Biden’s age thru a second term…..