White House staffer brutally mocked for claiming he ‘loves’ working for VP Harris

Vice President Kamala Harris is in serious political trouble, given a wave of recent high-profile resignations and seemingly perpetual leaked reports that she runs nothing less than a toxic, hostile work environment within her section of the White House.

But on Monday, according to TheBlaze, at least one loyal Harris staffer decided to capitalize on the situation and score some points with the boss by tweeting out a cringe-worthy, hilarious image in which he proclaimed his love for working for the embattled vice president.

The staffer, David Gins, posted the tweet Monday, which depicted him sitting extremely rigidly at his desk, in a position that many jokingly — and seriously — questioned whether or not there was someone off frame pointing a gun at him and forcing him to publish the tweet.

Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro hilarious tweeted, “Blink if you need help,” after Gins published the photo. Another user added: “[E]xtremely normal, authentic and cool behavior when you are definitely not being held hostage.”

Gins’ suck-up — or forced — tweet came in the wake of a relentless barrage of negative press, even from the usually-friendly Harris media, concerning reports of what appears to be a total meltdown inside the veep’s office.

Fox News reported Sunday that there could be yet another wave of high-profile exits from Harris’ office, as the outlet noted many staffers are reportedly “eyeing the exits” as the bad news, bad polling, and overall bad job performance continues to plague Harris and her people.

“With Kamala you have to put up with a constant amount of soul-destroying criticism and also her own lack of confidence,” a former Harris staffer told The Washington Post. “So you’re constantly sort of propping up a bully and it’s not really clear why.”

Given the mountain of continuing negative coverage, it’s not a stretch to presume that the Democratic National Committee (DNC) is already scrambling to install a 2024 Democratic nominee should President Joe Biden decide to call it quits after one term, which many are predicting will happen.