Biden Officials Admit ‘Sabotage’ Campaign Of Kamala They Have Another ‘Heir Apparent’ For Biden

Biden senior adviser Cedric Richmond recently admitted during an interview that White House insiders are conducting a “whisper campaign designed to sabotage” Vice President Kamala Harris.

White House officials have been frustrated with Harris and the public bickering coming out of her office. Only seven months into the administration the White House realized that people don’t like Kamala and they don’t believe she’ll be a successful “heir apparent.” 

Democrat operative, Alayna Treene told Axios, “Democrats aren’t saying, “‘Oh, no, our heir apparent is f***ing up, what are we gonna do?’ It’s more that people think, ‘Oh, she’s f***ing up, maybe she shouldn’t be the heir apparent.’”

So who does the White House now want as Biden’s “heir apparent?” Mayor Pete. 

The White House has already picked their favorites, Biden dumped the border on Kamala’s lap and Buttigieg has been made the face of the infrastructure bill.

Below is an excerpt from a recent story from the Atlantic hinting that DNC power-brokers want him not Kamala at the top. At the very least, notice the difference between the excerpt below about Buttigieg and what has been in the news about Kamala lately: 

Here’s the winner of the 2020 Iowa caucus, living out his grand political plan to … how exactly would it work? Something like: He takes an inherently snoozer job as a low-ranking Cabinet official, spends a few years quietly kissing up to mostly forgettable members of Congress with talk about railroads and broadband, and going on TV to defend the administration.

Along the way, he counts on Biden not to run again and Kamala Harris not to emerge as Biden’s natural heir. If everything comes together perfectly, the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, becomes the first president since Herbert Hoover to have come out of the Cabinet.

Can’t wait to watch BLM try and deal with this one.

Axios | The Atlantic