What do Joe Biden’s picks have in common?

As far as women are concerned, right from the jump, former Vice President Joe Biden promised a team that would look like this country.

His very first pick was historic — Kamala Harris for vice president, a woman who also checks two other identity boxes — Black and Asian. The Democrat’s trifecta. (And she’s married to a Jew, but we don’t talk too much about that.)

It started with Kamala (Photo: Daily Mail)

In the last 48 hours, Biden has named his senior communications team — seven women — and more.

For director of national intelligence, the first woman to head the agency, Avril Haines.

The first Black female ambassador to the U.N., Linda Thomas-Greenfield (another double-dipper who also checks the Black box). The first woman ambassador was Nikki Haley.

For Treasury Secretary, Janet Yellen.

Management and Budget, Neera Tanden.

There will be more to come, and I am not troubled by the number of female appointees, even if the country this looks like is Lesbos.

22 thoughts on “What do Joe Biden’s picks have in common?”

  1. Biden said he would choose the most qualified people for cabinet positions. He is following through with his commitment. He isn’t nominating these people because they are women; he simply isn’t disqualifying them because they are female.

  2. Joe Biden has a record of very creepy actions around women, with plenty of photographic evidence to prove it. Ole Joe is simply surrounding himself with targets of opportunity. A leopard doesn’t change its spots.

      1. The recidivism rate for junkies and alcoholics is around 90%. Let’s see how long Ole Joe can keep his paws of the ladies!

  3. “There will be more to come, and I am not troubled by the number of female appointees, even if the country this looks like is Lesbos.”

    In your comment above you bring in a context that is totally inappropriate to the fact that although women are in the majority in this nation they have been under-represented in administrative power within our executive branch for about 240 years!

    Perhaps given the amount of outsized political commentary by you and other people who are uncomfortable about changes this change in priority about female appointments certainly doesn’t beg a sexual connotation about lesbian or traits.

    I am much older than most and I really don’t get the constant reliance of hype-type jargon you are using as being in any way constructive to the needs of a people who need to get sane again!

    In the start of this you went into the VP’s husbands religious leanings. Not to mention this would have been more appropriate to the rest of the commentary. But, I really suspect you sought to stir some more reaction from the crowd of followers you have.

    Sorry, sir this is beneath the dignity or earned attention you should be establishing in your commentary.

    1. My point (in re Biden’s actions vis a vis those of the female persuasion) is an addict (booze, heroin, gambling, sex, etc.) has a high recidivism rate. Chances are very good that Biden will revert to form and creep out one or more of his female associates.

  4. Very insightful and witty, in spite of the fact that some people are so woke they don’t have a sense of humor. You have a way of always being on point. Nikki Haley was the first woman of color in UN, but Shirley Temple Black was the first woman United Nations Ambassador. I guess she’s still more famous for The Good Ship Lollipop. That should tell us something.

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