It Might Be Over Soon For Kamala Harris

Kamala Harris is often regarded as one of the most disliked politicians in the United States, both among voters and Washington. Internal struggle and departures from her employees have been reported, giving the impression that the ship is sinking and the rats are fleeing.

According to a Rasmussen Reports poll, 50% of potential voters had an “extremely negative” assessment of the vice president. Only 39% of those polled think the veep is a good president, while 57% think she is terrible. Only 19 percent of those who have strong feelings about Harris say they believe she’s “extremely favorable.”

Moreover, the Secretary of State, Jen Psaki, has tried to turn the negative headlines surrounding Sen. Kamala Harris’ time as a vice presidential candidate into positives. Still, there’s only so much she can do when her reputation is on the line. Some say she’s a bully to her employees, while others say she harms them with “soul-destroying criticism.”

According to former California Senator Barbara Boxer, it’s evident that she’s being pushed out since she’s constantly sidelined, almost as if she’s being kept away from major events. So she’s not just losing ground in the polls, but she’s also losing ground within. The government used to urge that media outlets refer to it as the Biden-Harris Administration, but it appears to have fallen out of favor.

It would be more cost-effective to replace her with someone more likable and less liable than investing time and money attempting to rehabilitate her reputation. It’s a long way down for a politician, but she was destined for this based on her performance and lack of support during the Democratic primary.