People in the Kamala Harris camp are all scared out of their minds. The Biden camp believes that Biden will be the candidate again in 2024 but he will be 81 and he gets less cognitive every day. Some describe her office as a sh*t show. They fear that Kamala will be the candidate and privately, and admit that she could not beat whomever the Republicans run.
You know it’s bad when her own office has written her off.
On Friday her aides said that she was F*^king up.
“One Democrat operative,” said about the 2024 concern that “most Democrats aren’t saying, ‘Oh, no, our heir apparent is f***ing up, what are we gonna do?’ It’s more that people think, ‘Oh, she’s f***ing up, maybe she shouldn’t be the heir apparent.’”
“2024 is the elephant in the room. While Biden aides overwhelmingly believe he’ll be the Democratic nominee, they also know he’d be 81 when seeking re-election.”
Many Democrats including some in the Biden administration believe she could not beat anyone in 2024, not even Trump. They are wrong. No one could beat Trump fairly. Wherever he goes, crowds in enormous numbers come out to see him and more importantly, vote for him. He received the highest vote count for any sitting president by nearly 6 million votes or more. He is the leader of the party and if his candidates triumph in 2022, there would be no stopping him.
Politico reported Wednesday that after the decision was made for Harris to travel to the border, “people inside her own office were blindsided by the news,” and many aides began “scrambling, including officials who were responsible for making travel arrangements and others outside the VP’s office charged with crafting the messaging across the administration.”
Wednesday’s article also suggested similar infighting within Harris’s office.
Aides “are thrown under the bus from the very top, there are short fuses and it’s an abusive environment,” a staffer “with direct knowledge of how Harris’s office is run” told Politico. “It’s not a healthy environment and people often feel mistreated. It’s not a place where people feel supported but a place where people feel treated like s—.”