Joe Biden says Kamala Harris will be president

During a recent event, President Joe Biden predicted that Vice President Kamala Harris will succeed him in the Oval Office. 

According to White House transcripts, Biden made the prediction last Friday while commemorating the Jewish New Year, saying, “Kamala won’t be the last woman to be Vice President — or President.”

Polls show Harris is even less popular than Biden

Biden’s claim seems strangely optimistic given how the vice president’s poll numbers have been consistently worse than even his own anemic approval ratings.

Whereas a polling aggregate compiled by the website puts Biden’s approval rating at 42.3%, its average for Harris stands at just 38.9%.

Some individual polls are even more dismal, with a survey conducted last month by Redfield & Wilton Strategies finding that just 35% of Americans approve of how she has functioned as vice president.

This widely held negative perception of Harris’ competence is probably connected to her habit of making bizarre and nonsensical statements.

Vice president says America ” shares a very important relationship” with North Korea

An example of that came last week when the vice president said, “The United States shares a very important relationship, which is an alliance with the Republic of North Korea.”

In fact, the United States has been an adversary of North Korea for over seven decades. What’s more, Fox News noted that her comments came just one day after the communist regime conducted a ballistic missile test.

Fox News also reported that Harris recently suggested that aid to those who have been affected by Hurricane Ian would be distributed on the basis of race.

“We have to address this in a way that is about giving resources based on equity, understanding that we fight for equality, but we also need to fight for equity,” she said.