Please read the article attached. This is what passes for journalism today. I want you to pay attention to this quote – “Absolutely not,” she said while running errands before an afternoon swim. “I’d vote for her. But I don’t think she can win. And I wouldn’t vote for her in a primary.”
Did you catch that? “I’d vote for her. But I don’t think she can win. And I wouldn’t vote for her in a primary.” What does that even mean. Apparently the editors didn’t catch that either because they were so caught up in the opening. This is what passes for journalism today in our Republic. Even a leftist will not vote for Heels Up Harris, but they will run the article anyway because of the praise heaped on her in the opening, knowing that most people will only read the headline and the first sentence or two.
Article here – https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/even-voters-who-like-kamala-harris-worry-about-her-future/ar-AANWsM8?ocid=msedgntp