The following article, WATCH: Tulsi Gabbard Absolutely Wrecks Kamala At Dem Debate, & It’s Must Watch TV (Video), was first published on Flag And Cross.
Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard goes down the list, point by point, absolutely crushing fellow 2020 Democrat presidential candidate Kamala Harris.
It was pretty brutal.
See for yourself.
Kamala got rekt. Absolutely brutal. pic.twitter.com/iDoEN3I6di
— $iraj Ha$hmi (@SirajAHashmi) August 1, 2019
CNN is in the bag for Kamala, so they’ll come to her defense – if they haven’t already.
Before she was the junior senator from California, Kamala served as the Golden State’s attorney general.
Prior to that, she was district attorney of San Francisco (and mistress to Mayor Willie Brown).
In 2010, Harris talked about jailing parents over their truant children.
Harris: “So, to that end, on my letterhead — now, let me tell you something about my letterhead. When you’re the DA of a major city in this country, usually the job comes with a badge. And there is often an artistic rendering of said badge on your stationery.”
“So, I sent a letter out on my letterhead to every parent in the school district, outlining the connection that was statistically proven between elementary school truancy, high school dropouts, who will become a victim of crime, and who will become a perpetrator or crime.”
“We sent it out to everyone. A friend of mine actually called me and he said, Kamala, my wife got the letter. She freaked out. She brought all the kids into the living room, held up the letter, said if you don’t go to school, Kamala is going to put you and me in jail.”
Harris is now calling for reparations for slavery.
In an interview with the “Breakfast Club,” a radio show on New York City’s Power 105.1, host Charlamagne tha God asked Kamala Harris about reparations.
She gave a lengthy answer, then when pushed on it, agreed with Charlamagne that she would support “some type of” reparations.
Harris’s father is Jamaican and her mother is Indian.
MSNBC’s Chris Matthews basically wants to know if she’s black enough.
From Free Beacon:
Harris announced this week she is running for president, putting her candidacy front and center in the 2020 conversation. Speaking to Democratic commentator Jamal Simmons in a clip flagged by Mediaite, Matthews led a discussion on the meaning and symbolism of Harris’ campaign and the quality of her rollout.
Matthews: “Is she seen as African American? Is she seen as African American?”
Imagine if a Republican commentator said this. PANDEMONIUM.