Jeanine Pirro Puts Kamala Harris in Historical Context: ‘She Established Precedent That a Woman Is Incapable of Being Vice President’

Jeanine Pirro dropped the hammer on Kamala Harris over her performance as vice president.

On Tuesday’s edition of “The Five,” Pirro said that Harris has set a “precedent” that calls into question whether women are suitable for the job of VP.

Pirro was responding to recent polling data that shows Harris slumping to historic lows.

As Slay News reported, Harris now has the worst favorability score of any vice president in the history of NBC News’s polling.

Co-host Dana Perino said: “Judge, one of the things that we get about Kamala Harris is about once a week, there’s a story – maybe it’s every other week.

“But it is a lot, that they have a new plan and a new makeover and a new plan to rehab her reputation.

“And this now two and a half years into the administration and so far it’s not working.”

Pirro said: “She is literally a heartbeat away from the presidency.

“Thirty-nine percent had very negative feelings about her, like, hated her.

“It’s not just negative with 49, 39, very negative.

“She has an office with a toxic work environment.

“People are fighting with each other to get to the exit door.

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“This is a woman who was in a position to make it easy for other women behind her to come forward and do the job, where Americans can say, ‘You know, a woman is capable of doing this.’

“If anything, she has established the precedent that a woman is incapable of being vice president.

“I don’t know what she’s giggling about.

“But I have a philosophy in life and my philosophy is, if somebody is out there always giggling, they’re a miserable person.”


READ MORE: Kamala Harris Scores Worst VP Favorability Rating in Poll History

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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