Things are not looking good for the Kamala Harris campaign.
Many people on the left had high expectations for her, but she just hasn’t delivered.
Now, even some liberal news outlets are beginning to suspect that the end is near.
The Washington Examiner reports:
‘Flailing … teetering’: New York Times and Washington Post declare Kamala Harris doomed
Both the New York Times and Washington Post published stories arguing that Sen. Kamala Harris’s presidential campaign is on uneasy footing and nearing a collapse…
The Post reported, “As a result, her candidacy is now teetering, weighed down by indecision within her campaign, her limits as a candidate and dwindling funds that have forced her to retreat in some places at a moment she expected to be surging,” and labled her campaign “flailing.”
The Harris campaign recently laid off staffers to the ire of those left in the offices. Campaign manager Juan Rodriguez was pelted by questions from other members of the campaign following those layoffs earlier this month. Kelly Mehlenbacher, the Iowa operations director, roasted Rodriguez and Harris’s sister Maya, who’s also the campaign chairwoman, in her resignation letter. She has since joined the Bloomberg campaign.
The Times obtained Mehlenbacher’s resignation letter, in which she claimed, “This is my third presidential campaign and I have never seen an organization treat its staff so poorly,” and added that, “With less than 90 days until Iowa we still do not have a real plan to win.”
It seems like it’s just a matter of time at this point.
Kamala's campaign is nosediving, evidenced not only by the details in this savage article but by the fact that it was published at all. If the NYT is hammering a nail into your coffin and you don't have a broad support base to push back, that's that https://t.co/OtckYS9MiS
— Meagan Day (@meaganmday) November 29, 2019
This article is brutal because it confirms what everyone following Kamala's campaign already knew: lacking any core principles, she's vacillated between endless empty strategies and themes, with the result being both organizational chaos + voter rejection https://t.co/yX7fNv6wRx
— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) November 29, 2019
How much longer will her campaign last?