Kamala Harris's campaign is circling the drain.
Before she entered the race, Harris was being described by some pundits as the Democratic front-runner.
In July, Harris stood at 15 percent in the RealClearPolitics average of national polls.
Since then, however, Harris’s support has crashed.
She’s down to mid-single digits in most national polls.
Her numbers are also dismal in the early states, Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina.
Yesterday California Senate Dianne Feinstein endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden for the presidency.
According to the Hill, the endorsement signals the end of the line for the Harris campaign.
The Hill said Feinstein's snub is the "a death knell" for Harris.