A journalist has analyzed the current situation on the “political scene theatre” in America and the staggering downfalling polls, and he has expressed her honest opinion which actually makes a lot of sense.
Both Joe and Kamala are going down.
But, Kamala might be the first one in line.
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Roger Kimball wrote a fantastic piece for American Greatness.
Kimball compared what was happening to Biden and Harris to what went down with Nixon and Agnew… however, those elites were able to take out both president and VP in that scenario, because they had dirt on Nixon and Agnew.
But Kimball says, it won’t be that easy for Biden’s handlers to get rid of Kamala, but he says they have to do it.
Here it is into more detail:
“I should have added that it wasn’t Biden’s performance per se that would lead to his downfall. The problem, rather, was the way his performance was undermining his—and therefore his minders’ and puppetmasters’—political power. As Saul Alinsky, community organizer to the stars, noted, the “issue is never the issue.” Accordingly, the people who put Joe Biden in power—I cannot name them, but I know they are the same people who keep him in power—do not care about inflation, rising gas and food prices, COVID lockdowns or mask mandates, the porousness of our Southern border, the threat of war with Russia, or the myriad other issues that worry ordinary voters. I am quite certain, in fact, that the word “voters” brings a vaguely contemptuous smile to their faces.
They are not troubled by the suffering of the people, indeed, they approve of a certain amount of suffering. Suffering produces dependency; and dependency, in turn, is like an insurance policy for those who cater to it: the bureaucrats who fill the troughs that feed the populace. The point, of course, was never to end the dependency but to manage in such a way as to perpetuate and expand it. Joe Biden is an errand boy, a figurehead, in the metabolism of this great (not to say Great Society) act of political legerdemain.
Kamala Harris is more of a problem. She is at least as appallingly incompetent as her boss, and no less challenged rhetorically, as her alarming performance in Poland and Romania a week or two back demonstrated. But Harris will not be as easy to shift as was Agnew. I have heard nothing about actual bribery, and acting as the warm bun for Willie Brown’s bratwurst may be in dubious taste but is not actionable.
But Biden’s—and Harris’—polls continue to crater, with 60 % of respondents disapproving of the job Biden is doing, and 50 % “strongly” disapproving. It’s the worst showing yet, and many commentators are rubbing salt into the wound by stressing the adverb: We’ve been travelling down this road for months, they say, and so far every “worst yet” turns out to be tomorrow’s “hold my beer” moment.
I suspect that Joe Biden is being prepped for ejection. Exactly how it will happen I do not yet know. But he is on the threshold, or possibly has even passed the threshold, where he could appear to govern. His minders understand this. They must be the ones to replace him, otherwise, they themselves risk being replaced, which would be intolerable. As I say, it’s not entirely clear yet how the defenestration will take place. Obviously, Kamala will have to be dealt with first, and she will be. Look for some ground softening stories such as the Times just served up about the laptop. They won’t be long in coming.”
What do you think?