I’m sure that you would agree with me that this current administration, if you can even call it that, is by far the worst administration that we’ve seen in modern times if not in the history of this country.
I can’t think of a pairing of people, president and vice president, who have been more disliked collectively than any other pairing in the history of the United States.
There have been some bad presidents in the past but here we are nine months into this presidency and Joe Biden is on track to surpass every one of those terrible presidents.
It’s hard to make a case for a more hated president and vice president in the history of our nation. With Biden’s approval rating below 40% and Kamala Harris’ below 30%,
Former Vice President Dick Cheney once had an approval rating of 30%, but that was at the very end of George W. Bush’s second term, and keep in mind he actually shot someone in the face. Kamala Harris is below a guy who shot someone else in the face…while he was still Vice President.
Well, as I said, you’re not going to like this rumor that goes around Washington, D.C., but the rumor is that Joe Biden may be considering moving Kamala Harris to the Supreme Court.
According to the Daily Wire,
Two CNN reporters penned a piece on Sunday headlined “Exasperation and dysfunction: Inside Kamala Harris’ frustrating start as vice president.” The article cited nearly three dozen officials in Harris’ office and the White House as their sources, and few had nice things to say.
But there was one passage that caught everyone’s eye.
“Defenders and people who care for Harris are getting frantic. When they’re annoyed, some pass around a recent Onion story mocking her lack of more substantive work, one with the headline, “White House Urges Kamala Harris To Sit At Computer All Day In Case Emails Come Through.” When they’re depressed, they bat down the Aaron Sorkin-style rumor that Biden might try to replace her by nominating her to a Supreme Court vacancy. That chatter has already reached top levels of the Biden orbit, according to one person who’s heard it,” said the piece.
I’m not quite sure how they plan on making this happen unless they’re planning on expanding the court in order to make it fit their political bias so as to get their way more often, but I wouldn’t put it beyond them to do such a thing.