Biden Predicts Kamala Harris Presidency, Says Won’t Be Last Woman


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President Joe Biden has just given Americans a look into the future he sees, and for conservatives it is a terrifying prospect.

The president gave a speech as a celebration of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year, this week when he was introduced by the second gentleman Doug Ermhoff, when President Biden predicted that Vice President Kamala Harris would be president.

Ermhoff, who is Jewish, praised the work of the President and first lady Jill Biden and for their support of the Jewish community as he introduced President Biden.

Now, in my family, Rosh Hashanah meant a trip to my grandmother’s apartment in Brooklyn.  (Laughter.)  And I can still smell that brisket cooking — and burning — in the kitchen.  (Laughter.)  I can still taste the slightly warm challah, but slightly stale — (laughter) — on the table. 

And, of course, as a lot of you remember, my grandmother begged all of us kids not to jump on the couch because “I took the plastic coverings off!”  (Laughter.) 


But this is also a season to reflect and atone and repent for both of our shortcomings and those that we see around us.

And let’s be clear — we all know this: Jews worldwide face horrendous discrimination and violence and antisemitism.  And one of the reasons that our great President ran for president was to confront the kinds of hate and antisemitism that we all saw and were mortified by in Charlottesville.  (Applause.)

And on this issue — on this issue, we have a President and a Vice President who know that all Americans must be able to worship without fear or violence.  (Applause.) 

And we also know they are two leaders of deep faith who believe in tolerance and inclusion, not just for our Jewish community but for all communities.  (Applause.) 

The president took the stage and thanked Ermhoff for his introduction before making his prediction.

“Well, as you’re about to find out, Doug and I married way above our station. You’ve already seen one example of that.  You’ll soon see another.  Doug, thank you for the introduction,” the president said.

“And Doug is right.  You’re the first, but — Kamala often says — you won’t be the last.  Kamala won’t be the last woman to be Vice President — or President,” he said.

But if Harris has dreams of being President of the United States she has some work to do on her geography.

She gave a speech at the Korean Demilitarized Zone on Thursday where she bragged about the “important relationship” between the United States and “North Korea” when she meant to say South Korea.

“The United States shares a very important relationship, which is an alliance with the Republic of North Korea,” she said. “And it is an alliance that is strong and enduring.”

She was brutally mocked for the mistake on Twitter.

“Please tell me this is a deep fake,” former Treasury Department official  and Fox News personality Monica Crowley said.

“We have an alliance with North Korea now?” Benny Johnson said.


“Let’s just keep making believe these morons are remotely functional and not complete idiots,” John Cardillo said.

“Biden looked around a room for a dead person. Kamala is saying we have an alliance and important relationship with Kim Jong-Un. What an absolute disaster,” Greg price said.

“@KamalaHarris, let me make this easy for you: Taiwan = Ally South Korea = Ally Israel = Ally Chinese Communist Party = Not our ally North Korea = Not our Ally Iran = Not our Ally,” Republican Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn said.


“Nothing like the veep thinking we align with North Korea,” Beth Baumann said.

“Seriously? How do you make this mistake?” former Georgia Rep. Doug Collins said.

“Kamala Harris: ‘The United States shares a very important relationship, which is an alliance with the Republic of North Korea.’ Everything’s fine! North Korea was just ‘top of mind’ for the Vice President,” Rep. Troy Nehls said.


His comment was a reference to what President Joe Biden did on Wednesday.

He was attending a conference on combating hunger and giving a speech when he mentioned a deceased Congresswoman, asking if she was there.

“And I want to thank all of you here, including bipartisan elected officials like Representative McGovern, Senator Braun, Senator Booker, Representative — Jackie, are you here? Where’s Jackie? I didn’t think she was — she wasn’t going to be here — to help make this a reality. And thanks to Senator Stabenow, Representative DeLauro for their leadership,” he said.

The reference was to the late Republican Indiana Rep. Jackie Walorski who was killed in a car crash in August.


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