Liberal Bill Maher Says Vice President Kamala Harris, Not President Joe Biden, Should be Ditched to Save the Democrats in 2024. He Further Says the Democratic Party is Now so WOKE it Will Take a “Deaf Eskimo” to Replace Harris. Also, Vice President Kamala Harris is Criticized For Saying, “Communities of Color” Should be First in Line For Relief in Devastating Aftermath of Hurricane Ian. Spokesman For Governor Ron DeSantis Says “This is false” and That Assistance is Available to all Floridians.
The Truth of the Matter, People, is That, a Person Can be Gifted and Flourish in One Area of Life But be a Failure in Another Area of Life Where They Are in Over Their Heads and They Are Constantly Drowning — Calling North Korea an Ally One Day, and Then Saying Something Totally Off the Wall and Not Connected to the Disaster in Florida Like People of Color Should be First in Line For Relief Aid When it is Enough For Everybody. We Are Sure That Somebody Told Her Not to Say Those Things, But in Her Jamaican Pride She Did Not Listen. Now the Democrats Are Calling For Her to go, and Not Joe.
On the latest episode Friday, Maher said Democrats didn’t have to fear criticisms that Biden is ‘too old’ to lead, saying the president has always been a ‘gaffe machine.’
Instead, Maher said the key to winning would be dropping Harris as vice president, especially after her latest gaffe of calling North Korea an ‘ally.’
Source: Daily Mail, Ronny Reyes
Vice President Harris came in for a torrent of criticism after telling an audience that “communities of color” would be first in line for relief in the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Ian.
“We have to address this in a way that is about giving resources based on equity, understanding that we fight for equality, but we also need to fight for equity,” she said during a discussion with Priyanka Chopra at the Democratic National Committee’s Women’s Leadership Forum on Friday.
“If we want people to be in an equal place sometimes we need to take into account those disparities and do that work,” she added.
Harris’ remarks immediately came in for backlash, including from Christina Pushaw, rapid response director for Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
Source: New York Post, Jon Levine
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