President Biden’s unfitness for office has become so obvious that even Kamala Harris is struggling to keep up the charade.
The vice president questioned whether Biden would run again in 2024, saying, “if he does,” the Washington Examiner reported.
Harris questions Biden’s fitness
Harris said Wednesday that Biden intends to run — and “if he does,” she will be there.
“The president intends to run, and if he does, I will be his ticket mate. We will run together,” she said.
The White House said that Harris wanted to “clarify” more definitive comments she made a few days before. Harris had said that Biden would run again, “full stop.”
“Joe Biden is running for reelection, and I will be his ticket mate,” Harris said. “Full stop. That’s it.”
Questions about Biden’s fitness have circulated ever since his 2020 campaign, but his Democratic and media allies have only recently begun to acknowledge the elephant in the room as Biden’s approval ratings plummet.
Dems scramble to find Biden’s successor
Americans have soured on Biden over his poor leadership, especially on the economy. His approval rating is at a dismal 38 percent, according to a RealClearPolitics average.
It hasn’t inspired much confidence in the people to see the 79-year-old Biden appear confused and tired much of the time. In a surreal moment, Biden was recently caught following cue cards with instructions like, “YOU take YOUR seat.”
While Biden has problems of his own, Harris is also deeply unpopular with voters after a year of awkward blunders that have made her lack of competence clear.
The situation has Democrats desperately scrambling to find a reliable successor to Biden before 2024. So far, they haven’t had much luck.