Rumors have circulated for months about Vice President Kamala Harris’ toxic work environment.  As far back as June of last year, reports surfaced about “low morale, porous lines of communication and diminished trust among aides and senior officials,” according to Politico.

In just over a year in office, Harris has had twelve high-level staffers resign due to the above factors.

Today, another Harris staffer quit in what may be the most significant resignation yet


The Gateway Pundit Reports




Tina Flournoy, the Chief of Staff for Kamala Harris, resigned on Thursday.

This follows the resignation of Michael Fuchs, Kamala’s Deputy Chief of Staff earlier this month. Fuchs will remain in his current role until early May, according to the memo he released.

Other staffers that have quit over the past eleven months include Harris’s former deputy press secretary Sabrina Singh, former chief spokesperson Symone Sanders, former deputy director of public engagement and intergovernmental affairs Vincent Evans, former director of Harris’ press operations Peter Velz, former vice presidential national security adviser Amb. Nancy McEldowney, and former director of speechwriting Kate Childs Graham.

Harris has also hired a new press secretary, Kristen Allen, in March after the position was vacant for months following the resignation of Sabrina Singh.”

Not only does Harris have a toxic relationship with her staff, recent reports indicate that she has a bad relationship with President Biden as well.

Harris and her staffers allege that Biden’s ‘white inner circle’ look down on the Vice President, according to a book set to be released next month by two New York Times Reporters.

Harris also resented being appointed ‘Immigration Czar’ in Biden’s administration and desired a less controversial role.

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