We get it…
People make mistakes.
However, sometimes these mistakes aren’t really mistakes at all. Sometimes, what seems like a mistake is actually the truth or at least reveals something about a person’s true thoughts.
These are called “Freudian Slips”—and the DNC’s vice-presidential Candidate Kamala Harris just made a pretty big one.
What did the most hypocritical and crooked California AG say?
Well, before we get to that, let’s talk about Harris’ penchant for putting her foot in her mouth.
Do you remember just a few short months ago when the DNC nomination race was REALLY heating up and things got REALLY nasty?
Of course you do. It was fun to watch the Democrats tear themselves apart—all while they gave Trump more ammunition to use against whichever candidate got the nod.
As fun as it was to watch, it was probably a much nastier affair for the people on-stage.
And nobody was nastier than Kamala Harris, especially when she called her then-opponent Joe Biden an outright racist.
To say it was shocking would be an understatement—but as much as they said they wouldn’t sling mud, it didn’t take Harris long to reach down and grab a lump of it to throw Creepy Joe’s way.
A History Of Speaking Her Mind?
When that accusation got thrown out there, Biden dumbfounded and shocked (as well as a little hurt, if the expression on his face displayed what he was truly feeling).
But Harris said it, and there’s no way she can go back on saying it.
On top of that, along the way, Harris also said that she believed Creepy Joe’s sexual assault accuser, Tara Reade.
Have you noticed that the Tara Reade story just kind of dried up and floated away? Do you wonder why that happened? Who swept that story under the rug?
Seeing as the Left controls the media, you can only guess who made that call…
But it’s funny how nobody is talking about it anymore.
Talk about inserting your foot into your mouth. After saying all these things about Creepy Joe, Harris still gladly accepted his invitation to become his vice-presidential running mate.
You can’t make this hypocrisy up, folks…
Either she lied about what she said during the debates, or she believes what she said and is still willing to put aside her morals in order to get power.
Either way, it’s not a good look for her or the Democrats in general.
Did Kamala Just Tip The Dem’s Hand?
However, there’s likely a very specific reason that Harris was picked as Biden’s running mate—and a lot of experts are speculating that it’s because not many people see Joe lasting for four years as president if he were to win in November.
Harris was picked to be the one to carry the torch if Joe steps down or is forced down because of health concerns. It looks like Harris is being groomed by the DNC to be the first female president. In fact, some are even speculating that Joe will step down mere months after being inaugurated (again, if by some miracle he wins), handing the presidency off to Harris…
And that may be why she made her recent slipup.
What’d she say?
While discussing her team’s plans for the economy, Kamala made the mother of all Freudian Slips when she said, “A Harris administration, together with Joe Biden as the president of the United States.”
“A Harris administration,” eh Kamala?
Of course, she quickly corrected herself; “The Biden-Harris administration will provide access to $100 billion in low-interest loans and investments from minority business owners.”
But that cat was already out of the bag…
Is this the plan?
Now, we can give her the benefit of the doubt and remember that she WAS running for the DNC nomination for president, so a lot of her thinking and rhetoric at the time was working towards a “Harris administration.”
But you’d think a polished politician would be savvy to something like that.
Regardless, it’s pretty funny that the Dems may be tipping their hand already. They haven’t even won the race and she’s already calling it “hers.”
You’ve got to love politics.
“If this constant sliding and hiding of meaning were true of conscious life, then we would of course never be able to speak coherently at all. If the whole of language were present to me when I spoke, then I would not be able to articulate anything at all.” – Terry Eagleton