Kamala Harris Sparks Democratic Civil War as Democrats Try to Stop Her From Being Biden's VP Pick

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Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., speaks at a campaign rally for Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden at Renaissance High School in Detroit, Monday, March 9, 2020. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

Kamala Harris may be at the center of a lot of the Democrats’ problems right now.

Presumptive Democrat nominee Joe Biden was supposed to reveal his pick for VP but his team has pushed the announcement back another week. As many wonder why this is being delayed again, there are some insiders who reportedly have the answer.

According to the Daily Wire,  a civil war is currently being waged within the Democratic party in secret and the reason all revolves around California Senator Kamala Harris, who is reportedly on Biden’s shortlist:

Harris is seen as the most likely candidate for the Veep slot, but Biden allies have reportedly been raising concerns about Harris of late, attacking the California Senator’s presidential ambitions, per CNBC, and waging a “shadow” war on Harris that’s gone straight to the upper echelons of Biden’s campaign — “directly to members of Biden’s VP search committee, led by former Sen. Chris Dodd, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester, D-Del., and Cynthia Hogan, who previously served as counsel to the presumptive Democratic nominee when he was vice president under President Barack Obama.”

“Some remain bitter about her attacks on Biden during primary debates last year, saying they bring into question her loyalty to the former vice president. Others argue that she’s too ambitious and that she will be solely focused on becoming president herself,” CNBC reports.


Those worried about Harris’s ambition have every right to worry, as there would be little doubt that if elected, Biden would find his own White House in turmoil as Harris vied for control of it. Going into a “shadow war” now would save Biden a coup later.

Not that it matters. Whoever Biden selects will eventually be President.

The fact that Biden has flubbed nearly every public engagement he’s been a part of to the point where his handlers have kept him hidden behind curtains thrown together by the Democrat media allies should tell you how things are going to be should the Democrats win in 2020.

Wheeling Biden out will be a rare affair and most, if not all, of the matters of state, will be handled by his cabinet. My personal prediction is that eventually, they will announce that Biden has gotten very sick and will sadly have to hand off power to his VP.

For Harris, this would be the best day of her life and the worst day of ours.

Harris has a bad habit of abusing power when she does have it. As Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard called out during the Democratic debates, Harris abused her power when she was California’s Attorney General, locking up people and keeping them in prison unfairly while also utilizing them for what amounted to slave labor.

In an effort to stop the bleeding going on in her campaign after Gabbard’s blow, the California Department of Corrections began deleting Harris’s arrest reports during her time in office.


Harris also once proclaimed that she would dismiss the Constitution in order to have the police come to your homes and forcibly take any guns she has banned.

Power is far too attractive for Harris and there’s little doubt that she’d attempt to seize it from Biden as quickly as possible. For those who would rather have Biden stay where he is as long as possible for their own gain, they’d rather not have to fight both Republicans and Harris. That’s two fronts they’d have to fight on and one would already be too many.

Regardless of their intentions for Biden, those waging a war against Harris would do well to win. Under President Kamala Harris, no one would win except Kamala Harris, at least for a time.

The best bet is for Biden to pick anyone else, and I mean anyone.



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