Tomi Lahren Unloads on Kamala Harris

The Democrat Party has a significant problem on its hands.

Not only is the party’s overall approval rating tanking, as is Joe Biden, but Biden’s possible replacement, Kamala Harris, is doing even worse.

Tomi Lahren and the crew on “Outnumbered” discussed this during a recent show.

Not Even Trying

There is a technique in commercial writing that will use a repetitive phrase to make a point sink home.

It is one you will often see used in those late-night infomercials, which is apparently the background of Kamala Harris’ speechwriter.

Harris said the phrase or a variant of “work together” six times in about 30 seconds during a recent speech.

It sounded awful, but once again, she really made no point.

It is as though she is now mailing it in, realizing there is nothing she can do to improve her public profile.

This is the exact point made by Fox News’ Tomi Lahren…

It is tough to imagine anyone remotely talented going to work for Harris at this point.

And let’s face facts… it is not as though she had any rockstars to begin with.

Source: Fox News

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