Kamala Harris ‘Tries To Pretend She’s Way Through’ Vice Presidency: Jesse Watters
“The Five” reacted on Monday to unflattering reports about Vice President Kamala Harris’ management style, including that she blames her staff for their own lack of preparation.
âThe vice president is trying to pretend to fight her way. And as you try to pretend to push your way through the second most powerful post in the land, you’re going to fall flat a lot,â Jesse said. Watters. âAnd so when she falls flat, she takes that away from her staff; and the staff don’t like it because they expected more from the first woman of color vice president. And so they try to quit those positions as as quickly as possible, so that they are not labeled “Kamala people”. “
The Washington Post report described Harris as a “bully” and the work environment as “soul destroyer”. The veep also reportedly berated her employees for her lack of preparation despite not having read the briefings.
âIt is clear that you are not working with someone who is willing to do the preparation and the work with Kamala. You have to put up with a constant amount of destructive criticism and also their own lack of confidenceâ¦ [you’re] constantly somehow supporting a tyrant, “said a former staff member,
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Watters added that the Washington Post article on Harris targeted the “handy fruit” of the White House and that “the real dysfunction in the White House is Joe Biden.”
“[Biden] oversees a cascade of political failures. He is mentally unfit, is almost physically unfit to do the job clearly. And they go after Kamala because it’s easy … If they want to do some really brave journalism, put the review on Joe Biden on the same level. You give it to Kamala. It’s real journalism, because that’s what really matters to people. “
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After the report was released, a Harris staff member shared a tweet about how much he enjoys his job. He was mercilessly mocked afterwards.
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Greg Gutfeld responded to the tweet saying, “It was like the equivalent of a teacher’s pet, reminding the teacher that she forgot to ask for homework that was due.”
“The biggest lesson here is that you can’t judge people by just one variable in this case, identity, because you’ll never know who the person really is, âGutfeld said of the vice president.