Kamala Harris just came out and said that there is a good chance that Biden could lose. There are less than sixty days until the election and the woman Joe Biden selected as his running mate for the Democrat presidential ticket admits they could fail.
The Democrat vice-presidential candidate appeared on CNN’s “State of the Union” hosted by Dana Bash.
“I want to ask about Russia,” Bash began. “The Department of Homeland Security bulletin said that Russia is trying to amplify claims that mail-in voting will lead to widespread voting fraud and undermine the public’s trust in the upcoming election.
“Are you worried that Russian interference could cost you the election?” she asked.
Harris replied, “I am clear that Russia interfered in the election of the president of the United States in 2016. I serve on the Senate Intelligence Committee. We have published detailed reports about exactly what we believe happened. And I do believe that there will be foreign interference in the 2020 election and that Russia will be at the front of the line.”
Bash asked, “Could it cost you the White House?”
“Theoretically, of course, yes,” said Harris. “We have classic voter suppression, we have what happened in 2016, which is foreign interference, we have a president who is trying to convince the American people not to believe in the integrity of our election system and compromise their belief that their vote might actually count.”
“These things are all at play,” she added, “and I am very realistic, Joe is very realistic, that until we can win…that there will be many obstacles that people are intentionally placing in front of Americans’ ability to vote.”
It sure didn’t take long for the narrative to shift from “Trump will win on election night but lose in the days after” to “the Russians and voter suppression will cause Biden to lose the presidential election.”