Even MORE Senior White House Advisers Jumping Ship!

Things at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue are going sideways…and in a hurry.

The Biden administration has been largely ineffective, to say the least, and you can tell by the sheer amount of tumult within the White House that the writing is on the wall.

Even the normally calculating Press Secretary Jen Psaki slipped up just a few weeks ago, being a little too emphatic about Joe Biden’s plans to run for reelection…which came only ten months into his first term and at a time in which he’s suffering from historically poor approval ratings.

Now, there appears to be a bit of a mass exodus from the Executive Branch.

Symone Sanders, a senior adviser to Vice President Harris and her chief spokesperson, will depart at the end of the year, in a sign of growing turmoil within the office.

There appears to be a pattern developing.

Sanders is the second top Harris aide to announce her departure in less than a month. Just two weeks ago, it emerged that Harris Communications Director Ashley Etienne had resigned. Harris has been plagued by poor approval ratings and questions from Republican critics about her competence.

“Symone has served honorably for 3 years,” a White House official told Fox News. “First as a valuable member of the President‘s 2020 presidential campaign, then as a member of his transition team and now deputy assistant to the President and senior advisor/chief spokesperson to the Vice President.”

The news is just the latest bit of turbulence coming out of the White House, and doesn’t bode well for the Democrats’ chances of maintaining their slim majority in Congress in the coming 2022 midterms.