Who’s Ready For President Kamala Harris?

If Joe Biden somehow manages to win reelection in November, he would be 82 years old on the day he is sworn in for a second term as president of the United States.

That’s 17 years past the average retirement age for men in the U.S. and 9 years greater than the average male life expectancy in this country, which sadly has been declining since 2019.

It has been clear to anyone with eyes and ears since Biden took office that he has not been running the show. He doesn’t have the mental or physical capacity to do so, which is why his average work week seldom exceeds more than 30 hours, or less than that of a full-time Chick-fil-A employee who makes $16 per hour.

So given the very real possibility that an ailing Biden could be back in the White House, it’s not far-fetched to say that a vote in November for Biden is really a vote for President Kamala Harris.

Those two words should terrify everyone who loves this country and hopes for its peace and prosperity.

The only thing scarier than a second Biden term is one in which Harris becomes in charge of the nuclear codes.

We’ve already seen what can happen when an elderly man allows the radical leftists in charge of him to dictate policy. It leads to instability at home and abroad. It means everything costs more, while wages can barely keep up with inflation. It means we are no longer a sovereign nation that has respect for the citizens who already live here.

But has anyone even bothered to consider what a Harris presidency might look like—aside from the occasional malapropism, bizarre philosophical utterances, speeches that do anything but inspire, and constant cackling directed at people who just don’t have a sense of humor sophisticated enough to figure out what is so darn funny all the time.

Does anyone even know what Harris has accomplished as vice president, besides not keeping the border secure?

According to Harris’ official White House bio, which sounds as though it was written by the DEI department at Columbia University, as “the first woman, the first Black American, and the first South Asian American to be elected to this position,” she has:

“worked to bring people together to advance opportunity, deliver for families, and protect fundamental freedoms across the country. She has led the fight for the freedom of women to make decisions about their own bodies, the freedom to live safe from gun violence, the freedom to vote, and the freedom to drink clean water and breathe clean air,” the bio continues. “While making history at home, she is also representing the nation abroad—embarking on more than a dozen foreign trips, traveling to more than 19 countries, and meeting with more than 150 world leaders to strengthen critical global alliances.”

In other words, Harris has accomplished next to nothing, unless, of course, one considers admonishing Supreme Court Justices for their decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, calling voter ID racist, and doing zilch to stop violent crime from ravaging American cities, including in her own backyard in D.C., which just experienced its deadliest year in more than two decades—and has seen violent crime spike by nearly 40 percent.

And isn’t it wonderful that Harris has traveled to 19 countries to “strengthen critical global alliances?” There are already two major wars breaking out in Europe and in the Middle East, including the worst attack against the Jewish people since the Holocaust, but surely, if not for Harris’ vast knowledge of foreign policy and steady diplomacy, China would have already invaded Taiwan and Kim Jong Un would have fired several more intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) into the Pacific Ocean, near Japan.

Despite the legacy media’s endless praise of Harris as a supposedly “historic figure,” the fact is, she is even less competent and popular than Biden—which is why her approval rating sits at an abysmal 38 percent, with 54 percent of the public disapproving of her performance, according to the RealClearPolitics Poll Average.

On Monday, at an event at the White House, Biden introduced himself by saying he works “for Kamala Harris,” the same Harris who later that day, at an event at the APAICS leadership summit, said in order to break barriers, you have to “kick the fucking door down.” Yes, elegance, grace and charisma have always been her strengths.

At this point, it’s hard to know when the cognitively declining president is being tongue-in-cheek. But maybe for a change, he was actually telling the truth.

Perhaps Biden’s handlers are gearing up to install Harris as his replacement—after the election, of course.

In another world, Harris has the oratory skills of Cicero, the humor of Jerry Seinfeld, the intelligence of Albert Einstein, the wisdom of Aristotle, the leadership of Churchill and the storytelling ability of Agatha Christie.

But here on planet Earth, we will be doomed if she becomes the 47th president.

David Keltz is the author of The Campaign of his Life and Media Bias in the Trump Presidency and the Extinction of the Conservative Millennial.” His writing has been published in The American Spectator, RealClearPolitics, American Greatness, the Federalist, the American Thinker, and the New York Daily News, among other publications.

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