The mainstream media is shamefully shilling for the Democrat Party.
They ignore Biden’s mental lapses.
They pretend that it’s perfectly normal for a campaign to keep a presidential candidate in the basement.
And now, they pretend that being a vice president of a high school club is a strong qualification for becoming Vice President of the United States of America.
We’re not kidding…
Today, the AP wrote an article about why Val Demmings is qualified to be Joe Biden’s pick for VP, using her background as a vice president of a high school club as evidence of her leadership skills.
Here’s a portion of the article:
AP– Val Demings has already been vice president.
In 1972, the future Florida congresswoman was a young Black girl struggling to make friends at a predominantly white Jacksonville high school. She and her best friend, Vera Hartley, created the Charisma Club. Hartley was president and Demings was her second-in-command.
“We created an environment of inclusion,” Hartley said, recalling how she and Demings invited white students to join. Then “we were able to get into other clubs.”
Nearly four decades later, Demings is again being considered for vice president — this time by presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. As a Black woman with a background in policing who hails from America’s premier battleground state, Demings has honed the charisma she learned in high school to build a rapid national profile.
If being the vice president of a high school club isn’t enough of a qualification to become Biden’s pick for VP, the AP provided even more evidence of Demings’ success as an elected leader…
Demings worked her way through college at Florida State University, majoring in criminal justice. She was a social worker before starting at the police academy, with no small amount of ambivalence about the idea.
But it would be a significant move — to Orlando, a city she didn’t know well; into a job that was still majority white and male. Her plan, she said, was “to stay under the radar, not draw attention to myself.”
And then her classmates in her police academy class asked her to run for class president.
“I’m not sure why I said yes —I think it was just to overcome, and to just, don’t let fear paralyze you,” she said.
Up against two other white men for the job, Demings won by a landslide.