Troubles in Kamala Harris Campaign Suggest End Is Near

Saturday, November 30, 2019
By Paul Martin

by R. Cort Kirkwood
Friday, 29 November 2019

It’s about over for Kamala Harris.

The leftist U.S. senator from California can’t control her campaign, the liberal New York Times reported today, and numbers in the Real Clear Politics average of voter surveys have shown for some time that her support is close to zero.

In other words, the splash she made in the second Democratic debate when she zinged top contender Joe Biden for his decades-ago support of Southern “segregationists” didn’t help her.

Expect Harris to drop out of the race shortly after she is soundly defeated in the Iowa caucuses, if not before.

Resignation Letter

A few days after Harris’s campaign laid off workers in early November and shifted its focus to Iowa, which chooses its candidates for president on February 3, the Times reported that “senior aides gathered for a staff meeting at their Baltimore headquarters and pelted the campaign manager, Juan Rodriguez, with questions.”

The meeting did not go well, and then the state operations director, Kelly Mehlenbacher, resigned in a furious “To Whom it may Concern” letter.

She quit, she wrote, because she has “never seen an organization treat its staff so poorly, and “the treatment of our staff over the last two weeks was the final straw.”

Mehlenbacher wrote that the campaign “encouraged people to move from Washington, D.C. to Baltimore only to lay them off with no notice, with no plan for the campaign, and without thoughtful consideration of the personal consequences to them or the consequences that their absence would have on the remaining staff.”

Laying off workers hired “only weeks earlier,” she wrote, is “unacceptable,” and it is also unacceptable that with less than 90 days until lowa we still do not have a real plan to win.”

“Diverse talent,” she continued, “is being squandered by indecision and a lack of leaders who will lead” and “morale has never been lower.”

And on and on.

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