Former Gubernatorial Candidate Supported by Kamala Harris Indicted on 21 Felonies

Often, we find people who are simply not qualified for their job. They don’t have the capacity to handle the responsibilities of this job, nor enough intelligence or ambition to learn it. The Vice President’s Office of the United States of America is now a prime example.

Kamala Harris is not up for the job of VP. The radical progressive left appointed her as a token running mate for an equally ill-equipped old man. In less than two years, the Biden/Harris combo has proven why voters must use more common sense when casting their ballots.

Beyond the millions of suspicious votes that the Biden/Harris ticket may or may not have earned, millions of Americans voted out of spite. These weak-kneed cowards decided they didn’t enjoy reading “mean tweets”. They got suckered. Our nation is now paying the price.

Beyond the total failures of Joe Biden, Kamala Harris has actually done worse. Her policy decisions, when given anything of substance to tackle, have been horrible. As the “border czar”, Kamala has done nothing. Kamala Harris’s approval rating is worse than Joe Biden’s.

She is a minority figurehead elected to fit a narrative. Her judgment, both on and off camera, has been equally terrible. Kamala Harris makes bad decisions. She always has. A recent development relating back to the 2018 Florida gubernatorial race exemplifies her bad judgment.

Kamala Harris was “all in” behind Andrew Gillum, the Democrat Party’s gubernatorial candidate against Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. Gillum was the liberal mayor of Florida’s state capital, Tallahassee. He was essentially a failure at that job.

Despite a tremendously close race, Florida voters exercised enough good judgment not to elect Gillum. Now, it appears that judgment is being justified. Almost immediately after the conclusion of the 2018 race for governor, Gillum’s legal issues started.

In March 2020, law enforcement discovered Gillum passed out unconscious in a Miami hotel room. Two men were lying beside him, both suffering from a drug overdose. There was crystal meth found in the room, and Gillum was allegedly intoxicated when he was awakened.

Later, in 2020, Gillum announced that he was bisexual. Prior to this bizarre incident in Miami, Gillum was fined $5,000 by the Florida Commission on Ethics. In 2019, he was caught using campaign funds to entice lobbyists, a violation of Florida statute.

But then the wheels fell off Andrew Gillum’s little red wagon. The U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Florida, Jason R. Coody, has issued 21 federal indictments against Gillum. The list includes 19 counts of wire-tap fraud and conspiracy. The man’s a crook.

Despite his legal counsel’s insistence that Gillum is innocent, the evidence is damning. What’s even more damning is Kamala Harris’s opinion of Gillum as a politician. Harris actually threw her full support behind the crooked former Tallahassee mayor ahead of the 2018 race.

After winning the Democrat Party primary, Harris tweeted, “Congratulations to Andrew Gillum on his historic victory in tonight's primary. He’s a strong, progressive leader, and will make a great Governor of Florida!” I guess she forgot to mention the part that he’s also a genuine criminal.

Clay Travis asked a question that is probably on the minds of many Floridians. Travis noted that Gillum lost the governor’s race by roughly 33,000 votes. As Travis exclaimed, “How much different would the state of Florida look if Andrew Gillum was in charge?”

He said this may be “the most consequential governor’s election in the 21st century.” But even beyond the clear lack of integrity from Andrew Gillum, what’s it say about Kamala? It says that Harris either has horrible judgment or, likewise, an equal lack of character, or maybe both.

The views and opinions expressed here are solely those of the author of the article and not necessarily shared or endorsed by

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment where we can engage in reasonable discourse.