Traumatized Kamala Staffers Are Terrified She Might Become President

As we have recently learned, Kamala Harris has a reputation of being an abusive office manager, and former staffers are reportedly still “traumatized” by her abuse to this date – fearing things could get even worse if this tyrant becomes the next President of the United States.

The vice president’s horrifying treatment of her staff seemingly left long lasting scars according to revelations made in a Business Insider report.

“It’s a nightmare scenario for some former Harris staffers who watched nervously as their former boss ascended the national political stage,” Business Insider reported based on interviews with a dozen of the vice president’s former staffers.

“Many of them remain loyal Democrats and fans of Biden, but they didn’t want to see a boss with whom they’d had a bad experience become the Democratic Party’s standard-bearer,” Business Insider noted. “Biden, at 78, was already the oldest person to assume the US presidency. He’ll be a few weeks shy of his 82nd birthday on Election Day 2024, and there’s already speculation six months into his term over whether he’ll run for reelection.”

According to The Washington Free Beacon staffers “spoke on condition of anonymity to protect professional relationships, adding that Harris’ job trajectory means it’s well within reason she could become the most powerful person on the planet,” and they do not want to become renewed targets of her wrath.

The staffers also agree that Harris made her former workplace “toxic” with a “reactionary” attitude that fomented “a sense of paranoia in that office that you never knew when she was going to snap at you,” per the Free Beacon, with one former staffer even telling Business Insider that Harris sometimes made staffers “so stressed out that they were making themselves sick. Is that toxic? I don’t know.”

Another one of the former staffers was affected by Harris’ workplace torment so badly that they admitted to suffering a sort of post-traumatic stress episode after Harris emerged onto the national stage as Biden’s running mate.

That same staffer reportedly “sought therapy to ‘resolve trauma from the on-the-job abuse’ after Harris was selected as Biden’s running mate in 2020.”

Back in June, Politico reported a similar insider’s recount of Harris’ “abusive management style.”

“People are thrown under the bus from the very top, there are short fuses and it’s an abusive environment,” said one person with direct knowledge of how the vice president’s office is run. “It’s not a healthy environment and people often feel mistreated. It’s not a place where people feel supported but a place where people feel treated like s***.”

Harris’ former staffers told Business Insider that the Politico report made them feel “vindicated” and affirmed their experiences.

Following the original story released by Politico, the White House staff scurried to cover it up with a half-hearted sort of damage control – acknowledging that some of the vice president’s recent moves may have “hurt some feelings.”

“White House senior adviser Anita Dunn, for example, told Politico the complaints about Harris’ office were ‘not anywhere near what you are describing’ but acknowledged there could be ‘people whose feelings were a little hurt on her staff’ because many weren’t told about her last-minute trip to the southern border.”

Author: Benjamin Newsome