VP Kamala Harris Blames Race and Gender for Bad Media Coverage

Vice President Kamala Harris blames race and gender for her bad media coverage.

A New York Times story, “Heir Apparent or Afterthought? The Frustrations of Kamala Harris,” describes the frustration Harris is feeling about her role as Vice President.

In addition to feeling President Biden is not using her effectively, Harris believes the negative media coverage she is getting is tied to her being a black female.

Ms. Harris has privately told her allies that the news coverage of her would be different if she were any of her 48 predecessors, whom she has described as all white and male.

Harris is getting backup for her complaints from her supporters.

Critics disapprove of Harris using the race and gender cards.

On Fox News Channel’s Hannity, I also criticized Harris.

While Harris continues to complain, she gets opportunities for positive media such as announcing a pause on students paying their school loans.

The reality is Harris is the problem, not her race or gender.

Harris was unable to describe her accomplishments so far a Vice President during an interview on Face the Nation.

As I said on Hannity, Harris does not prepare for interviews proving she is not ready for primetime.