NY Times Already Calling For Kamala Harris To Have A ‘More Important Job’ Than Vice President

In the run-up to the 2020 election, many people speculated that Joe Biden was merely a stand-in candidate and that his VP pick would be the actual president.

That speculation continues today, with many people assuming that Biden won’t make it all the way through a first term without having to step down for health reasons or over a controversy.

The media wants people mentally prepared for the possibility of President Kamala, and some are already calling for her to have an increased role.

From the New York Times:

Kamala Harris Deserves a More Important Job

Harris is too smart and energetic to be just the vice president, a position with few official responsibilities. I’d love to see President-elect Joe Biden give her a more important job: his de facto secretary of rural development, in charge of closing the opportunity gap, the connectivity gap, the learning gap, the start-up gap — and the anger and alienation gap — between rural America and the rest of the country…

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Kamala Harris is a natural for that task. Who better to bridge Silicon Valley and the rural valleys of America?

She is also a natural bridge builder to a more inclusive American heartland, because rural America is not white America. According to a report by the Urban Institute, “one in five Americans lives in rural communities, and more than one in five (22 percent) rural residents are people of color.” I wrote last year about Willmar, Minn., a town that was all white back in the 1950s and today is nearly half Hispanic, Somali, Asian and Native American.

This is such a ridiculous idea.

Get ready for the return of the slobbering media.

The same people who attacked Trump for four solid years can’t wait to kiss Biden’s feet.

 

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