July 7, 2024

Harris only mentions Biden once during public appearance

After Joe Biden's disastrous debate performance, there have been many liberals across America who have been preparing for Joe to be removed before the 2024 presidential election.

You can officially add Kamala Harris' name to that list.

A recent public appearance by Kamala Harris suggests that she may be trying to position herself as the top Democrat on the ticket.

While speaking at the Essence Festival, Harris gave a speech in which she ignored the heaps of criticism that have been thrust upon Joe Biden.

In fact, she almost ignored Biden completely.

Despite Biden's name being the one at the top of the ticket, despite the president being superior to the vice president in every single way, Harris only mentioned him a single time during her time on stage at the Essence Festival.

Many are reading into this as an attempt from Harris to distance herself from Joe Biden and slowly get America used to not thinking of him as the leader of their Democratic Party.

Instead of Kamala Harris defending Joe Biden for his recent debate disaster and almost-as-bad follow-up interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos, she spent her time attacking Donald Trump.

Sure, she COULD have been slinging mud at Trump in order to bolster Biden's chances, but analysts are quick to point out that Harris didn't construe these arguments in a way that made it seem like she was talking on Biden's behalf.

In fact, her arguments against Trump are being interpreted by some as reasons to vote KAMALA HARRIS in November 2024.

"The United States Supreme Court essentially told this individual, who has been convicted of 34 felonies, that he will be immune from essentially the activity he has told us he is prepared to engage in if he gets back into the White House," Harris said.

It's a long shot that a liberal beats Donald Trump this November, and it's an even longer shot that that liberal ends up being Kamala Harris.

Who do you think Donald Trump will end up facing in the 2024 presidential election, and who will win?

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