It didn’t take long before Joe Biden’s running mate revealed what conservatives have already been speculating.
Senator Makes a Boo Boo
On Monday evening, she accidentally slipped up and talked about the economic plans under a “Harris administration.”
"A Harris administration together with Joe Biden…"
Freudian slip? pic.twitter.com/XEtLji17BX
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) September 15, 2020
The radical Democrat senator was speaking with Arizona business owners during a virtual roundtable talk, where she promised that they would have a good relationship in the White House with the campaign’s “Build Back Better” initiative.
The California senator made it clear that she was the brains behind the Democratic ticket.
“A Harris administration, together with Joe Biden as the president of the United States,” she said.
Tries to Fix her Mistake
Appearing to realize her faux-pas, she quickly referred to it as the “Biden-Harris administration.”
“The Biden-Harris administration will provide access to $100 billion in low-interest loans and investments from minority business owners,” she continued.
Many Republicans believe that Biden is simply a placeholder for the liberal senator and that her words were a “Freudian slip.”
“Joe better hire a food taster,” Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel said on social media.
“Uh oh, Kamala. You weren’t supposed to say that part out loud!!” Daily Caller’s Greg Price exclaimed.
Biden Does it Too
The next day after the senator’s blunder, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden referred to plans in a “Harris-Biden administration.”
Joe Biden just called it "a Harris Biden administration"
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) September 15, 2020
While in Tampa, Florida for a campaign event the former vice president tried to win over veterans but his words made him sound like he was second in command to his running mate.
“It makes it so much harder for military spouses to find good jobs and build their careers. That has to change,” Biden said. “A Harris-Biden administration is going to relaunch that effort and keep pushing further to make it easier for military spouses and veterans to find meaningful careers to ensure teachers know how to support military children in their classrooms and to improve support for caregivers and survivors so much more than we do now.”