By Theodore Roosevelt Malloch
Let’s look at her qualifications to be commander-in-chief, keeper of the secret codes and what they portend for these United States. We have had vice presidents accede to the presidency before, after illness or assassination. Most have proved to be weak, ineffective, and short-lived. A few made it on their own, but they are the exception rather than the rule. Think of Millard Fillmore, Chester Arthur, Andrew Johnson, or Gerald Ford.
Kamala Harris, the most left-wing senator in the entire U.S. Senate, was herself a candidate for the presidency against golden oldie Joe Biden way back in 2019.
She doggedly attacked him and his lackluster record, decrying his age, his judgment, his policies, and his groping of women. With around just one percent of the Democratic voters choosing her, she dropped out of the race only to resurface in the vice-presidential sweepstakes because a woman of color was seen as “desirable,” if not mandatory, so as to placate progressives. No actual qualifications necessary.