Kamala Harris is not living in reality.
Her campaign was once riding pretty high, but in recent months she has sunk into single digit territory.
Yet she is still referring to herself as a top tier candidate. That’s simply not true.
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
Harris Calls Herself a ‘Top-Tier’ Candidate Despite Polling at 4 Percent
Senator Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) called herself a “top-tier” presidential candidate despite dropping to 4 percent in recent polls.
The freshman senator surged following her confrontation with frontrunner Joe Biden in the June debate, but her support plummeted throughout the summer. On Monday, CNN host Anderson Cooper asked Harris about whether Politico‘s report of a looming campaign “shake up” was tied to her drop in the polls.
“I haven’t read the article, Anderson. I can’t tell you what the article says,” Harris said. “We accomplished a great amount of work thus far which makes me a top-tier candidate and by many accounts within the top four, maybe five, but top four in a field of over 20 people.”
The Harris campaign is in turmoil due to the “lack of clarity” on the direction of the campaign, according to Politico. Campaign manager Juan Rodriguez and campaign chair Maya Harris, who is the California senator’s sister, have reportedly been plagued by indecision and have “choked” the decision-making process. Harris turned to her Senate aides, including chief of staff Rohini Kosoglu and senior adviser Laphonza Butler, to help right the ship.
Watch the video:
She’s a little better in New Hampshire. And by a little better, we mean five.
Seriously, @KamalaHarris, you’re waaay down there in the polls. Better say something drastic to get attention, you know, like calling for the President to be suspended from Twitter. pic.twitter.com/PLXODKl3X3
— Brandon Darby (@brandondarby) October 1, 2019
Herman Cain makes a good point here:
— Herman Cain (@THEHermanCain) October 1, 2019
When will Kamala drop out?