We've long been suspicious of the whole Joe Biden and Kamala Harris ticket.
The Democrats have seemed to have some sort of plan in their back pocket to get rid of Biden from the Oval Office and to promote Kamala Harris as President of the United States.
In the past we've seen them both slip up and say something along those lines, but what Joe Biden said in an interview with Jake Tapper last month, Biden seems to give us the game plan of how exactly it's going to happen.
"What has been the biggest surprise about working with her?" Tapper asked
"It's a matter of — the thing — we are simpatico on our philosophy of government, and simpatico on how we want to attach — approach these issues that we're facing," Biden replied. "And so I don't have — and when we disagree, it'll be just like it's — so far it's been just like when Barack and I did. It's in private. She'll say I think we should do A, B, C, or D. And I'll say I like A, don't like B and C. And let's go, OK," Biden said.
"And like I told Barack, if I read something where there's a fundamental disagreement we have based on a moral principle, I'll, I'll, I'll, I'll, I'll, I'll develop some disease and say I have to resign," Biden told Tapper.
Biden on what he would do if he disagrees with Kamala:
"I'll develop some disease and say I have to resign." 🤔 pic.twitter.com/eUhamNMgwp
— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) December 4, 2020
Was Biden just kidding around about getting some disease and having to resign? It honestly doesn't sound very reassuring when the signals that the Democrats have been putting out have been about removing Joe Biden and installing Kamala Harris as president of the United States.
While Biden says that they agree on virtually everything, there is a grudge there still and we know it and Kamala knows it.
Kamala said that she believes Biden's accusers who say that they sexually assaulted them and she said that he's racist.
Remember, Harris blasted Biden during the debates for the Democratic nomination, recalling his opposition to school busing in the 1970s and opening up about her own history. "There was a little girl in California who was a part of the second class to integrate her public schools and she was bused to school every day," she said. "And that little girl was me."
Harris then confronted Biden, asking, "Do you agree today that you were wrong to oppose busing in America?"
"I did not oppose busing in America," Biden replied during the July debate. "What I opposed is busing ordered by the Department of Education."
Not so, according to New York Times. "In reality, Mr. Biden was a leading opponent of busing in the Senate during the 1970s and 1980s, and his opposition went beyond the federal government's role in the practice."
In the July debate, Harris also called out Biden on the issue of race, saying the way he described his amiable working relationships in the past with two segregationist lawmakers was "hurtful."
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