Vice President-elect Kamala Harris campaigned in Georgia on Monday for Senate Democratic candidates Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock.
At an outdoor drive-in rally in Columbus, she uttered the all-time worst campaign slogan, “As far as I’m concerned 2020 ain’t over until January 5.” (the day of the Georgia Senate runoff elections.)
The year 2020 has been brutal: wildfires raged out of control in California, earthquakes shook up Puerto Rico, hurricanes devastated Florida and the gulf coast, civil unrest in cities from coast to coast, the coronavirus pandemic killed over 320,000 persons and the unrelenting disaster that is Donald Trump.
Sen. Harris, we understand that it’s crucial that the Democratic Senate hopefuls win if Joe Biden is going to have any chance to enact his agenda and undo the damage Trump has wreaked after four years in office, but as far as we’re concerned 2020 is over on December 31 at the stroke of midnight.
Even teetotalers and members of Mothers Against Drunk Drivers will get plastered on New Year’s Eve, we can’t wait for this cursed year to be over.
According to Sen. Harris’ logic 2020 won’t be over until January 20, 2021 when Joe Biden is inaugurated as the 46th President of the United States.
It is sheer insanity to extend 2020 by five days or 20 days; I’m getting my drink on December 31 to celebrate the end of the worst year in human history.
I love Sen. Harris and she was my choice for president, but I can understand why her presidential campaign failed to get off the ground. Her campaign slogans are simply awful.