Kamala Harris just committed an unforgivable mistake that will cost Democrats everything
Kamala Harris regularly embarrasses herself in interviews.
That explains why the White House tries to hide her from the public as much as possible.
But now Kamala Harris just committed an unforgivable mistake that will cost Democrats everything.
Kamala Harris took center stage as part of Joe Biden’s doomed and un-American push to eliminate the legislative filibuster so Democrats can ram through legislation to rig elections in their favor by allowing massive voter fraud.
The Democrats’ federal takeover of election legislation allows for mass mailing of ballots, guts voter ID laws, and permits ballot-harvesting schemes.
Leftists rallied around this bill because it would place Democrats in power forever.
However, it can’t pass because of the 60-vote threshold to break a Senate filibuster.
And Democrats, such as West Virginia’s Joe Manchin and Arizona’s Kyrsten Sinema, refuse to go along with Joe Biden’s hairbrained scheme to eliminate the filibuster.
In her speech in Georgia, Harris claimed Republicans committed an unforgivable sin by blocking this power grab.
“I will not absolve the 50 Republicans in the United States Senate from responsibility for upholding one of the most basic and important tenets of our democracy, which is free and fair elections and access to the ballot for all eligible voters,” Harris declared.
During an interview with NBC, host Craig Melvin asked Harris if she could absolve Democrats who blocked nuking the filibuster.
“What about Senator Manchin? What about Senator Sinema?” Melvin wondered.
Harris lumped Manchin and Sinema in with the same group of Republicans she contends are racists.
“I don’t think anyone should be absolved from the responsibility of preserving and protecting our democracy,” Harris responded.
Democrats may come to regret these attacks on Manchin and Sinema.
Both Manchin and Sinema are running for re-election in 2024 – a Presidential year.
Donald Trump carried West Virginia by 39 points in 2020, and Trump – or any other Republican – running up a landslide win could spell doom for Manchin.
If the Republican wins in Arizona, Sinema faces long odds of re-election.
This means Manchin and Sinema’s only path to victory is a unified Democrat Party.
But Harris’ comments could depress Democrat support for Manchin and Sinema, ensuring GOP victories.
And based on the 2022 and 2024 Senate maps and political environment, winning those seats could open up a pathway to Republicans winning a filibuster-proof majority in the Upper Chamber.