G. McConway
November 4, 2022

REPORT: Harris Refused to Push ‘Ultra-MAGA’ Tag

All is not well in the Biden-Harris camp.

Joe Biden and his team of wonder marketers came up with the tag of "Ultra MAGA" to define Donald Trump supporters.

It went over like a lead balloon, but that has not stopped Joe Biden from continuing to push it.

Kamala Harris on the other hand, well, that would be a hard "No."

Problems in Paradise

If you noticed, Joe and Kamala are not seen together very often lately.

Harris, who sources have stated is slamming doors and having hissy fits behind the scenes, is starting to push back a bit more these days.

Harris thought Joe Biden's new phrase was "inadequate" and "inauthentic," so she refused to use it.

It may seem small, but Politico did a deep dive into this and concluded that tensions are growing as Harris "labors in a backup role defined by loyalty."

Harris has been getting slammed on her job performance, usually the only person on the planet with a lower approval rating than Joe Biden.

That is a pretty significant problem with Harris having aspirations of sitting in the big chair.

If Joe announces that he will run again, it will be interesting to see if Kamala decides to stick by his side for another four years or if she breaks out on her own.

I honestly believe the only reason she took the job is because she, like most of us, expected Biden to step down by now for medical reasons.

Instead, Joe is reportedly dialing up his advisors to develop a game plan for a 2024 run and potential rematch against Trump.

If Dems get clobbered in the midterms, we will start to get a much clearer picture of whether Kamala will continue to take a rear seat to Biden.

Source: Washington Free Beacon

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