Vice President Kamala Harris entered the White House with widely rave coverage from the mainstream media celebrating her historic achievement as the first woman of color to hold the post. This coverage appears to have changed, as the LA Times published a scathing criticism of its effectiveness, or lack thereof, since taking office. In an interview with “The Faulkner Focus”, Fox News contributor Tammy Bruce said the press covered Harris based on “fantasies” and “fantasies” of how she would perform.
FIRST 100 DAYS: MEDIA GETS WARM UP ON VP KAMALA HARRIS, GENERALLY IGNORING BORDER INACTION
TAMMY BRUCE: Obviously, they had an opinion on what she was going to accomplish. They lived in a world where they imagined what she was going to do. The problem is, because they are propagandists for Democrats, they never really see clearly the politicians they are covering. They never really saw or thought about seeing what Kamala Harris did or didn’t accomplish, as Californians will tell you when she was Attorney General and when she was operating in California.
So you are really motivated by your imaginations and your hopes, by things that are not about real accomplishments or someone’s true nature. And it can be embarrassing. This leads the press to do what they did, which is to pump it up, assuming it was everything they imagined. Well, she clearly isn’t. Problem is, she’s not just the fantasy they had, she’s not doing a good job. And that’s what concerns them.
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She was appointed at the border as you mentioned. [Kamala Harris] Definitely dropped that ball, didn’t play well, is defensive, made embarrassing statements. The interview with Lester Holt is one example, and it concerns them.
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