Justice Kamala? Psaki Refuses to Answer

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer is reportedly retiring from the court, quickly leading Democrats to speculate about who will fill his role.

Progressive Democrats quickly reminded President Joe Biden of his commitment to place a black woman in the role. Could that person be Vice President Kamala Harris?

After all, she is a lawyer, and she does hold the highest role ever by a woman in our nation. But she’s also just one year into her role and struggling with it to say the least.

When White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked about Harris becoming the next Supreme Court justice, many Americans cringed at the answer.

Why? Because the answer was a non-answer. Most expected a clear no, as Harris still has three years to go in her role, and maybe four more after that. Who knows? Maybe she would even run for president again too.

But instead, Psaki gave no indication that her name had been ruled out of the discussion. D’Souza, who shared the video, said Harris would be as useless in that role as she has been as vice president.

That’s not the nicest way to put it, but it’s the first thought of many Americans. If she can’t handle basic interview questions with mainstream media that is already on her side, what will she do when deciding the future direction of the law of the nation?

Watch the video and see the full cringe-worthy comments for yourself.


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