New Accusations Rock Kamala’s Office After Another Resignation

Top aides for Kamala Harris are dropping like flies and new allegations have rocked the Vice President’s office.

Vincent Evans, the Vice President’s public engagement and intergovernmental affairs, has quit taking a job on the Hill.

Evans is leaving the executive office to work for the Congressional Black Caucus, chaired by Rep. Joyce Beatty (D-Ohio).

The position change is highly unusual, working on The Hill is a step down not a step up. Most in DC dream of making their way into the White House and never go back to working inside the Capitol.

“I am deeply honored to be named the executive director of the Congressional Black Caucus,” Evans said in the statement. “I started my career in Washington working for a member of the CBC, so I know firsthand the tremendous leadership and impact this caucus has in Congress and across the country.”

Beatty, the CBC chair, hailed Evans, saying, “As a leader for effective change, Vincent will help the CBC reach greater heights and make substantive advances in 2022. Vincent knows the importance of developing critical relationships when it comes to public engagement, along with a variety of policy and leadership skills.”

Evans is the latest staffer to resign as allegations of “bullying” continue to rock the Vice President.

Longtime aide and spokesperson Symone Sanders recently jumped ship along with communication director Ashley Etienne, and director of press operations Peter Velz.

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said the resignations were a “very positive thing.”

Of course, Psaki also just claimed the mass cancellations of flights by airlines are a good thing too.

Meanwhile, Kamala was mocked after she tweeted from her official account that the US is “moving again” thanks to Joe’s infrastructure bill after hundreds of people – including Democrat Senator Tim Kaine – were trapped on I-95 after a snow storm.

“Because of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, America is moving again,” Harris’ tweet said. “That’s what infrastructure is all about: getting people moving.”

After being mocked online reports came out blaming Kamala’s staff for scheduling the post.

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