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Aides are jumping ship at an alarming rate in Kamala Harris’ office, including a second speechwriter, and tweeps are hilariously mocking the departures with helpful writing suggestions.
Two more top aides are exiting stage left in a long procession of those heading for the lifeboats on the vice president’s version of the titanic.
Domestic Policy Adviser Rohini Kosoglu announced that she will be departing in August and Director of Speechwriting Meghan Groob is also stepping down after only four months according to Politico. Groob took over for Kate Childs Graham who left in February.
Groob’s departure follows a particularly vapid speech that Harris gave last week concerning transportation.
KAMALA HARRIS'S SPEECHWRITER'S RESIGNATION LETTER:
"I'm resiging because when you resign you're resigned to resigning because leaving by resigning is what someone who leaves as a failure is what they're resigned to resign as, so I'm resigned to resigning. "
— 🇺🇸 The FJC 🇺🇸 (Same on Truth!) (@The_FJC) July 15, 2022
“Together, we are expanding access to transportation. Seems like maybe it’s a small issue, it’s a big issue,” the vice president cringingly stated. “You need to get to go, and you to be able to get where you need to go, to do the work, and get home.”
In an interview with CBS earlier in the week, she impressively fumbled the ball on abortion as well. “I think that to be very honest with you, I do believe that we should have rightly believed, but we certainly believe that certain issues are just settled. Certain issues are just settled,’ Harris said during the “Face The Nation” interview.
Kosoglu had been with Harris for almost six years. She served on the vice president’s presidential campaign, then her transition team, and finally in the vice president’s office. She is giving the canned excuse of spending more time with her family.
Harris called Kosoglue a “brilliant and trusted leader who has been at my side for years from the U.S. Senate to the campaign trail to the White House.”
“She has brought vision, strategic judgment, and a depth of experience as our administration has addressed some of the most urgent challenges facing our nation,” the vice president proclaimed in a statement. “She is an exceptional public servant and I am enormously grateful for her service. Rohini will remain a valued advisor and friend.”
Turnover is not just a malady for the vice president, it has become commonplace. She has lost at least 15 people on her staff since she has been in office with President Joe Biden.
Kamala Harris’ speech writer is leaving after 4 months on the gig. Apparently she’s gotta get going to where she’s gotta go because it’s time to keep doing what she’s been doing and that time is everyday.
— Jimmy Failla (@jimmyfailla) July 15, 2022
Both former press secretary Symone Sanders and communications director Ashley Etienne announced their departures at the end of last year.
This year, deputy press secretary Sabrina Singh announced her resignation after serving under Harris following her withdrawal from the Democratic presidential primary. Singh departed in March for another role within the administration. Harris’ former chief of staff Tina Flournoy, who was part of the transition team, has left as well.
The departures come after a series of gaffes, word salads, and disastrous appearances by Harris. It is also widely rumored that her office is dysfunctional and hostile to work in.
Helpful speech suggestions flowed in from Twitter and they are a hoot, courtesy of #WriteASpeechForKamala:
America is a country that’s next to another country… and… I’m not fished… and when America asked for what was asked for, they got what they were asking for, but we must continue doing what we’re doing, and that’s to do what we’ve been doing.#WriteASpeechForKamala https://t.co/p0wxfYe7Ee
— Fuzzy Chimp 🇺🇸 (@fuzzychimpcom) July 16, 2022
"We all live on this planet. Because it is our planet. The planet we live on. And not another planet. Which we don't live on. Because those other planets are really far away. And our planet is right here. We're on it right now."#WriteASpeechForKamala
— Ultra Calvin Will Not Comply 🇺🇸🇺🇸🐶🏒 🎶🚜 (@shoveitjack) July 15, 2022
For generations, we together, have lived together. Together in cities, which are different than towns, doing what me must do together, to work together and do the work together. And that time is every day. #WriteASpeechForKamala
— George MF Washington (@GMFWashington) July 15, 2022
#WriteASpeechForKamala I am resigned to the resignation of many of most of my staff, who, being resigned to my lack of resignation, have now resigned in protest at the resignations which have been occurring and not occurring in this office, it’s surroundings, and the area.
— Mary Evans (@MaryEva48540604) July 15, 2022
We need unity because unity unites. And our mission is to continue uniting the ununited. United we stand, right? KAAAAACCCCKKKLLLEEE#WriteASpeechForKamala
— AnaM❤️🤍💙 (@chefanna) July 15, 2022
We are gathered here today for a reason. And that reason is a very good reason, indeed. In point of fact, it is the *exact* reason and only reason we're gathered here today. And what is that reason? Gathering. GATHERING is the reason.#WriteASpeechForKamala
— Michele Blood (@BloodBrief) July 15, 2022
We will work together, and continue to work together, to address the issues, to tackle the challenges, and to work together as we continue to work together on the premise that we will convene to work together to galvanize global action of working together.#WriteASpeechForKamala
— 𝓐𝓵𝓵𝓮𝓷 𝓡𝓪𝔂 (@2CynicAl65) July 15, 2022
Our ideas shape our vision and our vision is what you are seeing. We do this everyday and will continue to show our ideas to you so you will have a vision of what we are doing everyday #WriteASpeechForKamala
— Danielle (@daniellemerrim1) July 15, 2022
These are difficult times. Difficult times mean we should stick together to make times less difficult. Together, we shall work to make it less difficult, but may experience difficulty getting through these times.
— #Nats Fan Carla (@LibertyBelleCJL) July 16, 2022
It's unbelievable that there are those who don't believe what we believed they believe. For those non-believers believe that they believe exactly the opposite of what we all believe. Now is the time for all of us to come together and believe what we believe #WriteASpeechForKamala
— SECRET SQUIRREL (@SecritSqrl) July 16, 2022
I think we should think before we think of doing things that we think will get done. Thinking can be something we all must think is important in our way of thinking. #WriteASpeechForKamala
— StevePage (@StevePage5) July 15, 2022
There comes a time when a person has to do what a person has to do, and that is the time to do what they have to do because we have arrived at that time and this is the time to do what you need to do because this is the time. #WriteASpeechForKamala
— Alberto de la Cruz (@albertodelacruz) July 16, 2022
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