Charlamagne Tha God Takes Down Biden-Harris Again

In an interview with podcaster and God, Charlamagne Tha God, VP Kamala Harris made a fresh impression of her boss Biden. No, the vice president didn’t BM on the podcast. She went off the rails as the president did for his interview with Tha God during the 2020 campaign.

While Charlamagne was teasing her about Sen. Manchin (D-WV), asking her why the moderate West Virginia Democrat is “allowed to hold up Biden’s agenda constantly,” he started taunting her, asking her which Joe is the “real president” of this country.

“I want to know who’s the real president of this country. Is it Joe Biden, or is it Joe Manchin?” That’s when the vice president punched back with a hit that did not land, “It’s Joe Biden. And don’t start talking like a Republican about asking whether or not he’s president.”

He wasn’t asking if Joe Biden or Trump was president like some Republicans, so the retort makes no sense, and the worked-up stern hostility makes her baffling answer even more laughable. In the vice president’s defense, she was about to give an answer when her staff interrupted, saying they had to go and freeze her up with this tense, scared, lame energy.

A confused Kamala says, “What’s happening?” and when she snaps back and continues the interview, she’s just a stiff, no fun, ridiculous weirdo, saying don’t talk like a Republican when that’s not what he was doing. A swing and a miss!

You know, there’s no rule against Democrats quoting the Constitution or encouraging others to read up on it when it suits you. She could have told Charlamagne there’s a senate in this country because the federal government is a compact of fifty co-equal sovereign states. That part of the deal is they each get two senators per state, no matter how big or small the state is, and the government has to reach some form of consensus among the states and the people’s representatives in the house before it can make legal changes that affect all of them.

Joe Manchin isn’t president, but he’s a superhero to some.