We brought you reports of advisors leaving Kamala Harris’ office last year.
They gave varied reasons for leaving, and I am sure some are legitimate, but I am also sure that some are fleeing this failing administration; an administration that will likely go down as one of the worst in American history.
As the catastrophe that is the Biden administration continues to deteriorate, we are seeing senior-level advisors leaving the White House…
Cedric Richmond, who is a senior level advisor to Joe Biden, has plans to depart from the administration for a role at the DNC.
To be fair, advisors and aides do leave all the time to pursue other careers, but I am noticing a pattern here with Biden administration bureaucratic personnel.
A job at the DNC sounds nice, but does it really beat working for a President or Vice President? Sure, working in any Presidential administration is stressful, but it is also supposed to be rewarding in many ways.
Could it be that staffers under this current administration are jumping ship because they see the writing on the wall?
Here’s more on the story:
— New York Post (@nypost) April 26, 2022
It's not hard to understand. "It's the economy, stupid."
And foreign policy. And the border. And crime. And everything else the Biden administration touches.
Democrat Cedric Richmond is right. AOC and Rashida Tlaib are idiots (he used the f-bomb modifier…). pic.twitter.com/S8yP6dGDvN
— Topo Chico (@TopoChi59889561) April 26, 2022
Fox News offered this quote from Richmond:
“I am thrilled that the President has entrusted me with helping boost the robust work already being done at the DNC to make sure that Democrats grow their majorities in the House and Senate, and increase the number of Democratic governors in state capitals around the country,” Richmond said in a Tuesday statement.
Read more ➡️ https://t.co/Xt7OJ9sDID
— Just the News (@JustTheNews) April 26, 2022
— CaseStudyQB – #PeoplesGauntlet (@CaseStudyQB) April 26, 2022
Breitbart provided more details:
Richmond is one of the most senior advisers to exit the White House to date.
Senior advisor Anita Dunn left in July but has already made plans to return to assist with messaging, according to reports.