VP Kamala Harris Says "I Am Ready To Serve" As Biden's Brain Comes Under Scrutiny

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by Tyler Durden
Tuesday, Feb 13, 2024 - 10:20 PM

"I am ready to serve. There's no question about that," Vice President Kamala Harris told the Wall Street Journal when asked about President Biden's mental and physical health. 

Ready to serve? 

But in all seriousness, it's not hard to figure out the White House is quickly recalibrating its re-election message following Special Counsel Robert Hur's report that called Biden an "elderly man with a poor memory" for mishandling classified documents. Now, trial balloons are being floated to see if Harris could be a substitute on the ballot. 

WSJ pointed out: 

"There is no serious talk of replacing Biden on this year's presidential ticket, Democratic officials say, pointing to the filing deadlines for primary ballot access that have already closed. In the unlikely circumstance that Biden withdraws as the Democratic nominee, Harris would still have to earn the required delegates to take his place at the party's convention in August. If it were to happen after the convention, a special meeting of the Democratic National Committee would decide the party's presidential ticket, according to the DNC's rules." 

A significant hurdle for Harris is her awful public perception. And everyone knows she would be an even greater disaster than Biden, who suffers from dementia severe memory loss. 

"No matter how badly Biden is doing; ever since 2021, Harris has polled worse. As one Republican strategist puts it, "She's the one politician in America who essentially can make Joe Biden look even semi-competent," British journalist Freddy Gray penned in The Telegraph

A recent NBC News survey of American voters found that most respondents view Harris negatively (53%). And only 28% of respondents have a favorable opinion of the VP. 

At the same time, a new ABC News/Ipsos poll conducted after the special counsel's report found that 86% of respondents think Biden's too old to serve as commander-in-chief. 

Circling back to the WSJ interview, Harris also said she has the "capacity to lead" to lead the nation. If you want a glimpse of leadership, recall she was 'Border Czar' for about a year.

Under her watch, the invasion of millions of illegals began to flood the nation - now a national security nightmare

Meanwhile, Michelle Obama has said there is "zero chance" she will run for president. 

Are Democrats stuck with Harris?