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Former Trump advisor Stephen Miller appeared on Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle” Monday, where he castigated Vice President Kamala Harris, saying she is a “helpless” and “clueless” individual whose political career is dead in the water.
Guest host Jason Chaffetz set up a clip from Margaret Brennan’s recent interview with Harris on CBS, remarking facetiously, “She gets these really hardball questions.”
And of course, she wouldn’t, with Brennan asking at one point, “Do you think any of this is fair? Do you think you’re being set up to fail?”
The vice president replied, “No, I don’t believe I’m being set up to fail, but more important, I’m vice president of the United States. Anything that I handle is because it’s a tough issue. And it couldn’t be handled at some other level.”
Video: Fox News)
So, Harris isn’t being set up to fail. She’s doing that on her own.
Miller was asked for his reaction.
“It’s amazing how she continues to fumble the easiest softball questions you could possibly imagine,” he said. “As you remember, her staff has so little confidence in her, they hired professional child actors to have a conversation with her about stargazing. You have to truly be the most helpless, clueless politician in the world if you cannot talk to a six-year-old kid about looking up at the night sky unless that kid has gone through professional acting training classes.”
Miller went on to rail against the VP for being completely feckless on top of being wholly unlikeable, and a useless figurehead of the ongoing crisis at the southern border which has seen untold numbers of illegal immigrants whisked away to various parts of the country after what is, at the very least, questionable thoroughness in vetting and screening for disease and/or the COVID-19 virus.
Chaffetz concurred by saying that Harris “can’t seem to manage a small office,” in reference to the numerous resignations among her staff amid reports that Harris is abusive, perpetually unprepared, and by all accounts impossible to work for.
Miller also found it laughable that she leaped at the chance to announce to the press that she was the “last person in the room” when it came time for President Biden to make a decision on ending the 20-year Afghanistan War in the summer of 2021 – a decision that was less of a withdrawal and more of a surrender to the Taliban, leaving hundreds of civilians along with 13 U.S. military members dead and many more still stranded in the war-torn country.
“The reality is that she’s in a situation where she could never, ever, ever be elected president,” said Miller. “She knows it, everyone around her knows it, everyone in the White House knows it. And that’s the fundamental crisis for the whole Democratic Party.”
“So her political career has reached its zenith,” he said. “And it’s all downhill from here.”
Kira Davis, editor-at-large for RedState, also joined Miller and Chaffetz on the show and commented on Harris’ ridiculous assertion that climate change is the greatest national security threat the U.S. faces, along with the tiresome assertion that “our democracy” is constantly in peril.
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