Epically incompetent and demonstrably useless Vice President Kamala Harris told Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart earlier this week that the press hasn’t covered her fairly. You heard that right.
“There are things that I’ve done as vice president that fully demonstrate the strength of my leadership as vice president that have not received the kind of coverage that I think [the] Dobbs [decision] did receive,” Harris said.
Her strength of leadership? In what arena has she demonstrated strong leadership? She can’t even fake her way through your average interview with a fully-supportive news media. Speaking of which, is she actually suggesting that the almost uniformly Democrat media are being insufficiently fawning?
Kamala lamented that her Munich trip didn’t get the press coverage she felt it deserved, and enthusiastic Democrat Party booster Capeheart pretended to agree: “Harris is right about that. Despite having a television and a print pool reporter at most of her public events, the vice president garners little attention. And much of the attention she has received, especially in her first year, has been rough. Stories about staff departures were routinely hyped as disarray in narratives that unfairly called into question Harris’s competence.”
You know what has called the VP’s competence into question? Her undeniable incompetence. Not even the leftist media have been able to spin her worthlessness positively.
Capehart tried nonetheless, praising Kamala for having a “banner year filled with domestic barnstorming and high-wire diplomacy.”
What a joke.