Listen: Kamala Harris, Joe Unquote Biden Biden And Joe SESTAK discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"Kamala Harris has stopped campaigning for president which is apparently something she was doing before she decided to stop. Harris said she could no longer raise the money she needed to finance answers. Strategy of making absurd intrusive policy proposals and then cackling in a thoroughly unpleasant manner. She said she was sure that strategy would have worked eventually though she conceded. CACKLES might have alienated some easily frighten. Voters Harris blamed racism and sexism for her failure. Saint many voters didn't like black women especially when they were also intolerable. Eligible Human Beings Harris's surrender came just hours after congressman. Joe SESTAK in Montana Governor Steve Bullock both dropped out of the race when they realized they had never heard of themselves and hadn't even been aware they were running. Harrison recently described herself as a top tier candidate who could not take a rival Tulsi Gabbard candidacy seriously however Gabbard reacted graciously. Asleep harasses announcement saying quote. I've truly sorry. The Kamala had to enter top to your candidacy which was so top tier. She couldn't take seriously my candidacy. which will be continuing all Her top tier candidates he comes to an end and mine continues on quote. Joe Biden also wished Harris well in a press conference given in the Girls Room of the Richard Beamer Memorial alimentary school in Des Moines Iowa by said quote watching Kamala enter campaign. I can only think back to win. Little girls would stroke the hairs on my legged to watch the hairs change color. I loved it when they stroke my hair legs. And if anyone would like to do that again you know where to find your old uncle. Joe Unquote Biden Biden was escorted off school grounds by local police after his eyeball exploded. Leaving two people injured. All a third person. Suffered a serious bite from Biden's teeth which had escaped to a room down the hall. The remaining Democrat candidates have vowed to continue their campaigns right up until the president's reelection"