Ever since Kamala Harris joined the 2020 Democratic presidential ticket, top members of the party have been trying to figure out what to do with her in 2024 (or 2028 at the latest).
Very early on in the Biden-Harris administration, her approval rating cratered — and it has never rebounded. She elicits so little fear in other Democrats — even though she’s the vice president — California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) brazenly announced this week that he’s reportedly 100% in for the nomination should Biden not run again.
But Democrats are all about identity politics — and Harris is both female and part black. So how can anyone challenge her without seeming like a racist misogynist?
Harris is already playing the race and sex card — and, really, has