Kamala Harris just picked Tina Flourney as her chief of staff. Flourney also served as President Clinton’s chief of staff. The deep state is taking over the White House again.
Joe Biden’s deep state cabinet
Tina Flourney previously served as an advisor to the Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean in 2005. She also worked as the chief counsel in the White House Office of Presidential Personnel in the Clinton administration. Tina Flourney is one of several high profile Black women appointed to the Biden administration.
Flourney is part of a group of Black women who refer to themselves as “The Colored Girls,” a group of Black women who have worked at the highest levels of every Democratic campaign since the 1980s.
The deep state group of Black Democrat women includes Donna Brazile, Yolanda Caraway, Leah Daughtry, Minyon Moore and Tina Flourney.
During his run for president, Joe Biden said he would pick an administration that “looks like America.” He later went on to name an all female communications team and nominated the first woman to serve as the director of national intelligence.
Donna Brazile, Democratic operative and employee of Fox News, told reporters “It looks like, now, a Cabinet that will reflect the strengths and diversity and the skills of Americans of all backgrounds.”
— Donna Brazile (@donnabrazile) September 15, 2018
Democrats favor women and minorities
Biden announced Janet Yellen as his pick for treasury secretary. Yellen, if confirmed by the Senate, would be the first woman to serve as treasury secretary, after breaking ground as the first woman to chair the Federal Reserve from 2014 to 2018.
Cecilia Rouse was named as the chair of his Council of Economic Advisers, making her the first Black woman to lead the CEA in its 74 year existence. Neera Tanden, another deep state operative, would be the first Indian American to serve as director of the Office of Management and Budget.
“It also, I think, signals that women and others will have more than folding chairs, they will have actual seats at the table in the Cabinet room,” Donna Brazile said, referencing a quote from the late Rep. Shirley Chisholm (D-N.Y.), “If they don’t give you a seat at the table, bring a folding chair.”