The morale of the vice president’s team is apparently sagging and the office has had to handle several high-level departures less than six months into the term. The vice president’s plans are often only known to her and a close group of staff and advisers, and senior members of the office often do not communicate important details down the chain, or shift blame when something goes wrong, according to 22 former staff members, administration officials, and associates of the vice president interviewed by Politico.“People are thrown under the bus from the very top, there are short fuses and it’s an abusive environment,” said one person with direct knowledge of how the vice president’s office is run. “It’s not a healthy environment and people often feel mistreated. It’s not a place where people feel supported but a place where people feel treated like s***.”
“Currently, the number of illegal border crossings is 6 times higher than the number that the Obama administration considered a ‘crisis.’ And there were over 100,000 illegal border crossings in February alone.”
“Biden eliminated Trump’s ‘remain in Mexico’ program which required asylum seekers to remain outside of the country while they waited for their claims to be heard. … It’s kind of like you said to a large group of people: ‘you are not allowed to come over to my house, but if you do, you’re welcome to stay at my house.’ And then you take your front door off the hinges.”
To Kamala, Kelly would say: ~’You said we should talk about packing the court. Would you pack the court?’ Kamala then talks about Abe Lincoln. ‘You can tell your history lesson, but first, will you pack the court?’ Kamala still doesn’t answer. ‘Just a third time, so you refuse to answer with yes or no.’
Excellently said, except once the Supreme Court is liberal, the Republicans won’t get back in.
How would Megyn Kelly have moderated the debate? And why is “packing the courts” the BIGGEST issue of this election (and why Kamala’s non-answer to the question during the debate is NOT acceptable – or fair – to the American people).
“If Joe Biden steals this next election and is unable to serve a full term, which seems likely, given the signs of deterioration, Kamala Harris could become president of the most powerful nation on earth largely on her ability to lie convincingly. And apparently during last night’s debate, Harris told fib after fib with scarcely a blink, and got little pushback from Mike Pence.” – Mike Rivero at min.-4:00
At 51:30, about halfway through the debate, Rick Wiles says “Pence is so low key. He’s missed at least five opportunities to do a slam-dunk, and he’s not taken advantage of it.” Rick then tells the truth about who ran ISIS.
Rick at 1:03:20: “He’s the worst debater I’ve seen in years.”
After the debate, Rick said “Vice President Pence had numerous opportunities to do a slam-dunk and drive home some points, and put her on the defensive, and he missed every one of them. And he would always do the standard politician: you ask a question, and then he starts talking about something else, because that’s what his advisors said ‘make sure you say these things. It doesn’t matter what the question is, say these things.'”
Rick thinks Biden-Harris will win, unless something drastic happens. “Hatred of Donald Trump is driving the Democrats.”
“Notice there are no bumper stickers this year for Trump. There are no yard signs this year. People are afraid to express their views.” – Rick Wiles