In a moment of accidental honesty, Kamala Harris admits ‘people are struggling’ under Biden

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(Video Credit: CBS Mornings)

Vice President Kamala Harris sat down for an interview with CBS host Gayle King on Wednesday concerning the State of the Union address and inadvertently admitted that “people are struggling” under President Joe Biden’s insane economic policies and “it’s too expensive for working families.”

“Let’s talk about high priorities when it comes to inflation. The new CBS poll found 70% of Americans disapprove of the administration’s handling of inflation. What do you say to those people? Is it that gas prices are just too high? I can’t get peanut butter? Everything costs more? What are you going to do?” King bluntly asked Harris.

“Listen, people are struggling, especially working people in terms of the price of gas and food. And the reasons include what we need to do to address what happened through the pandemic in terms of supply chain issues, which was a reduction of the availability of goods and so the prices went up. We also need to deal with one of the biggest issues, which is the cost of living. It’s too expensive for working families,” Harris replied seemingly blaming not only the pandemic but President Biden’s economic policies as well.

What she didn’t mention was the trillions of dollars the federal government has printed, exploding America’s debt and how that has people struggling to get by in a once-prosperous nation.

At the beginning of the interview, King briefly covered the Ukraine crisis and a looming World War III, then shifted gears to domestic matters… specifically, the favorite leftist issue of voting rights.

“But there was very little mention, very little mention of voting rights. Does this mean that that issue is on the back burner for the administration at this point in time?” the liberal host asked Harris.

“The president has said over and over again, and we have made very clear, that this is about protecting America’s democracy against those various states in particular and state legislators and governors who are in a full-on assault on the right of every American who is eligible to actually be able to vote… laws that are being passed that would make it illegal to give somebody who’s standing in line to vote food and water is outrageous. Laws that are being passed that make it more difficult for people to drop their ballot off in a dropbox,” Harris asserted taking a gratuitous, nasty jab at Republicans.

Harris also made the rounds on Wednesday to “Good Morning America” where host George Stephanopoulos asked her about domestic issues, albeit with softball questions.

“Well, the facts are that in one year we have created over six million jobs. The fact is that we have grown the economy at a faster rate than has been grown in 40 years, I think since the Reagan era. Those are the facts,” Harris asserted, claiming facts certainly not in evidence. What is a fact, is the nation just hit a 40-year inflation high.

“And the American people certainly are not feeling it right now, at least that’s what’s showing up in the polls. Can the president provide the kind of relief that is necessary to prevent a Democratic rout in November?” Stephanopoulos asked.

Harris proceeded to dither, answering with a trademark non-answer, “…the president made clear last night part of what we as leaders in the United States, both in the Congress and in the executive branch, need to do is we need to pay attention to the needs of American families.”

(Video Credit: Good Morning America)


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