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Kamala Harris To Reporters: ‘I Am Ready To Serve’

Graham Perdue
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As questions concerning President Joe Biden’s mental acuity intensify, Vice President Kamala Harris let it be known that she is ready to come in from the bullpen. The Democrat assured the Wall Street Journal that “I am ready to serve. There’s no question about that.”

Harris faced inquiries about the president’s obvious recent decline as he prepares to launch a strenuous reelection campaign.

These questions followed Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report last week on the Biden classified document case. The report surprised many when it noted the reason for choosing not to prosecute the president was his poor mental health.


Hur’s writing declared, “We have also considered that, at trial, Mr. Biden would likely present himself to a jury, as he did during our interview with him, as a sympathetic, well-meaning elderly man with a poor memory.”

This brought even more scrutiny on the declining cognitive skills of the Democratic president. Jennifer Palmieri, who served in both the Clinton and Obama administrations, told reporters that this will result in much more pressure on the unpopular vice president as the campaign intensifies.

Palmieri noted “I think that the special counsel’s report has sort of accelerated that moment.” 

Biden did not quietly accept the special counsel’s report. In a Thursday press conference fraught with emotion, the embattled Democrat insisted that he remains in full control of his mental faculties and does not suffer from decline. 


And Harris is undeterred. She told an interviewer last week that people who work around her are “fully aware” that she possesses the “capacity to lead.”

The 59-year-old vice president ripped Republicans in January for highlighting the issue of her boss’s mental wellbeing. She claimed to have been in the Oval Office when other heads of state “have called literally to ask Joe Biden for his advice.”

There is a vast disconnect, however, between her view of her superior and the opinions of a vast majority of Americans.

According to an ABC News/Ipsos poll released after the special counsel’s report on the classified documents investigation, a staggering 86% of Americans believe Biden is too old to seek a second term in office.

But as Democrats are stuck with Harris as the primary fallback option, their choices go from bad to worse for the November election.

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