'Maybe I Don't Say 'No' Enough', Harris Jokes After Told She's Got a Bit Too Much on Her Plate
In a recent interview with BET, Harris was pressured by broadcaster Soledad O'Brien, who enumerated an impressive list of the tasks she's got on her agenda, expressing doubt whether one person could adequately tackle all these issues.
"Can one person do all that realistically?" she wondered.
"Yeah, maybe I don't say 'no' enough," Harris responded, giggling. "But I do believe that these things are achievable. It's just a lot of hard work, but that's why we're here and that's what people wanted. Right?"
Haven't heard of her making progress on even one of those assignments.— BurningxPhoenix 🔥🏳️🌈🔥 (@xBurningPhoenix) July 10, 2021
Maybe she should QUIT,, if she doesnt wanna do what the boss says!— Grant Lawless (@lawless_grant) July 10, 2021
Shoulda said “no” when Biden asked her to be his running mate…— Aaron Michele (@FSU_fan_VA) July 10, 2021
It would probably help if she was perhaps a tiny bit competent.— Michael S. Pauley (@MichaelSPauley) July 10, 2021
If being Vice President is too much for her then she definitely shouldn't try to be President.— Rae Ann McCurry (@ramskates) July 10, 2021
While Harris has been widely touted by Democrats for her role as the first female vice president of the United States, that enthusiasm diminished within several months of the Biden administration occupying the White House. Many have started to question her competence, suggesting she's not capable of the job assigned to her, especially when it comes to the border crisis and voting rights.
There has also been a number of memes of a conspiratorial character on social media, with netizens alleging that Harris is "in charge" of the United States, given Joe Biden's constant gaffes and memory failures, especially after he called Harris "president" on at least two occasions.