This just in, Kamala Harris claims the biggest threat to America is “Democracy.”
In an interview by CBS’ “Face the Nation” the Vice President shifted attention away from the horrible job she’s doing and on to “voting rights.”
This appears to me, as a pitiful attempt to shift attention away from the VP’s horrible polling numbers and shift attention away from the REAL issues, such as inflation, the economy, the growing threat of Russia and China, the pullout of Afghanistan, the energy crisis and the border crisis.
Of course, the VP thinks this horrible polling is due to the “negative media coverage” (not her complete neglect of facing the important issues) which she believes is only because of her race and gender.
It’s interesting to me though, the VP ranks so poorly and yet simultaneously, she wants to reform voting laws.
Just a thought: If you poll terribly, your next best bet is to rig an election….
But, that’s just my opinion…
Watch below as VP Kamala Harris states the biggest threat to our nations security is our “democracy.”
"It's so obvious she's in over her head," said @RichardGrenell after Vice President Kamala Harris stumbled answering a national security question and seemed to call "democracy" the biggest threat to the United States, on Monday's "John Bachman Now". pic.twitter.com/VTSXYZiyip
— Newsmax (@newsmax) December 27, 2021
Yep, you heard that right.
Kamala Harris thinks the biggest threat to our nation are voting rights and climate change.
One thing is absolutely true, voting fraud is the biggest threat to our democracy and thus our security. So, I guess she is partially right on that.
Just not in the way she wants to be right…
Because, had it not been for voter fraud, she would NOT be the VP of the United States right now -just my opinion.
Furthermore, she claims her biggest failure of her Vice Presidency is “not getting out of D.C more often.”
Oh, you mean like how you haven’t been down to the border to do anything worth mentioning to assist with the border crisis, VP Harris?
Kamala Harris claims her ‘biggest failure’ as Vice President is not getting 'out of D.C.' more.
The southern border is waiting.
— Lance Gooden (@Lancegooden) December 27, 2021
Fox News has more on the story of the VP commenting on “voting rights”:
In the days and weeks ahead, I will engage the American people, and I will work with voting rights organizations, community organizations, and the private sector to help strengthen and uplift efforts on voting rights nationwide. And we will also work with members of Congress to help advance these bills,” the vice president said in June, claiming that voting rights were “under assault.”
In her latest comments on her voting rights mission, she warned Americans that if Congress doesn’t get it together on the bill, the country will be kicked down off its pedestal.
“We have been a role model saying, ‘You can see this and aspire to this and reject autocracies and autocratic leadership,'” Harris said in a pre-recorded interview with Brennan, which aired on Sunday. “Right now, we’re about to take ourselves off the map as a role model if we let people destroy one of the most important pillars of a democracy, which is free and fair elections.”
Some reactions to the VP’s recent statement:
It’s called a Freudian slip.
— David Stansbury (@stansburydl) December 26, 2021
Every time you think she couldn't suck any more
She lowers the barhttps://t.co/8xNnCh1r7L
— Jim Hanson (@JimHansonDC) December 27, 2021
As cyber attacks become an increasing security issue for the U.S., @VP Kamala Harris says the international community needs to come to a “consensus” on what can and will be interpreted as a threat.
— Face The Nation (@FaceTheNation) December 22, 2021
The Wall Street Journal had some helpful insight to add on this:
In a world of growing risks from China, Russia, Iran, cyber attacks and hypersonic weapons, the Vice President names U.S. democracy and climate change as America’s most important security challenges. Yikes. Perhaps she didn’t want to make news on a security question, so she fell back on her political safe spaces.
By “our democracy” she means the new state laws that address ballot integrity. Whatever else those laws are, they aren’t a threat to U.S. security. As for climate, we’d agree with her if she meant the threat of Biden Administration policies to reduce U.S. energy supplies and weaken the electrical grid. But she’s referring to rising temperatures and the urgent need to pass policies that have no chance—none—of stopping climate change.
This isn’t the real world of threats we are living in, and it’s dangerous that a year into the job she still can’t talk realistically about national security. The Vice President needs an intervention from people outside her political bubble.
The VP is incredibly out of touch, as well as the Biden Administration as a whole.
What do you think is the biggest security threat to our nation?