Democrats criticize Harris and label her “Useless” in 2024

President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’ administration is unpopular, and their party is aware of this.

According to The New York Post, Democrats are also worried that Harris, who many people think is not electable, would succeed Biden if he decides not to run for office in 2024.

Larry Sabato, a politics professor at the University of Virginia said, “Her main problem is not being a woman of mixed race, her problem is she has low ratings just like President Biden.”

“If Biden were riding sky high, she would be doing relatively well as well. She would be seen as a popular successor carrying on a popular president’s mandate,” he went on to say.

For contributors to voice similar concerns, The Post was also urged to anonymize donations.

“She seems completely useless. No one involved in this administration should be in the running,” one of the donors added.

Democratic insiders have fretted about Harris’ own bungled 2020 presidential campaign, during which she dropped out in December 2019, with an operation widely derided at the time as disorganized and riven with infighting.

Since being elected, those issues have continued to simmer, with her vice presidential office frequently in the news for staff turnover, with at least a dozen leaving. In April alone she lost her Chief of Staff, Tina Flournoy, and Deputy Chief of Staff Michael Fuchs. Staffers have griped anonymously that the mood internally is “dour,” “chaotic,” and that they are “treated like s—t.”

One top staffer on Capitol Hill claimed, “she doesn’t know how to build a staff that has a common purpose. You see a lot of her staffers are doing their own thing. There is little guidance from her and it just looks messy all the time and all she can do when asked about it publicly and privately is giggle.”

“I just don’t think people are seeing her as a serious contender,” he continued. “If she weren’t the vice president she wouldn’t even be on the list.”