Two weeks ago, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden announced his choice for vice president, and Kamala Harris is the winner. If you were lucky enough to miss the Democratic presidential debates prior to 2020, and before they nominated Joe Biden, you might be wondering, who in the wide wicked world of politics is that, and why would I care that she has been nominated for potential VP?
Glad you asked, allow me to explain.
Kamala Harris served as the California attorney general between 2010 and 2016 before running for the U.S. Senate, and she now serves as the junior U.S. Senator along with fellow left-wing radical Dianne Feinstein.
In a radio interview with “The Breakfast Club” last year, Senator Harris claimed to have listened to music by Tupac and Snoop Dog in college. According to an article in the Daily Mail , however, “their hits came out after she graduated.” She also gleefully admitted (in the same interview) that she smoked marijuana in college, conveniently leaving out the fact that as attorney general she aggressively prosecuted marijuana violations–this truth came back to crush her like a pancake during the July 2019 Democratic Debate hosted by CNN.
Oh, and let’s not forget that Kamala Harris believes her running mate is a sexual abuser–or she did, until that grave assumption became inconvenient to her ascension up the political totem pole. In April of 2019, Harris declared at a campaign event that she believes the women who had accused Biden of sexually assaulting them. But in 12 months, time apparently works a change of heart into this #MeToo champion, for when asked a question about former U.S. Senate aide Tara Reade ‘s accusation against Joe Biden in an interview this very April, Harris cautiously replied that Reade should absolutely tell her story, but all the same “the Joe Biden I know is somebody who really has fought for women and empowerment of women.” Harris quickly added that she would be “honored to serve with Joe.”
the Joe Biden I know is somebody who really has fought for women and empowerment of women.Kamala Harris
To sum it all up, Kamala Harris is the walking dictionary definition of a hypocrite who now has the potential to be the next vice president—and if Biden wins in November, most assuredly the President of the United States.
Senator Harris checks almost every intersectionality box that Joe Biden trapped himself in: she is black—or identifies as black, which of course if you “identify” as something nowadays it means you are —and she is a woman (and last I checked, she is in fact a biological one).
There is just one problem with Harris being the candidate for vice president: her politics are quite ghastly.
The most alarming and dangerous political issue she brashly upholds is abortion. The National Right to Life Committee documented that she has a 0% voting record on the pro-life issues. Let that sink in: zero pro-life voting record. She has been a U.S. Senator in Congress since 2016 and has not once put her support behind any legislation that protects pre-born future voters from being massacred.
In an article by Lifesite news, Calvin Freiburger reports that
Harris’s stance perfectly aligns with that of Biden, who supports “codifying” Roe in federal law; repealing the Hyde Amendment (which bars direct public funding of most abortions); forcing states to accept Medicare funding for Planned Parenthood; reversing the Mexico City Policy (which bars federal funds from supporting abortion overseas); and directing the Justice Department to “do everything in its power” to block virtually all state pro-life laws, including parental notification requirements, ultrasound laws, and waiting periods.Lifesite News, Calvin Freiburger
To put the finishing touch on Harris’ abortion cheerleading is none other than a triumphant press release from the grim reapers themselves:
Planned Parenthood Action Fund is thrilled to congratulate Senator Kamala Harris on her nomination to be vice president on the Democratic presidential ticket. Throughout her career, she has been a steadfast champion for reproductive rights and health care. With this selection, Joe Biden has made it clear that he is deeply committed to not only protecting reproductive rights, but also advancing and expanding them. There is no doubt that Kamala will electrify the ticket and play a vital role in defeating Donald Trump. This is more than just a historic pick – her role in this election and, hopefully, in the White House will inspire and invigorate our movement and our patients. Everything is on the line in November, which is why Planned Parenthood Action Fund members are committed to electing Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to the two highest offices in the land.Alexis McGill Johnson, president of Planned Parenthood Action Fund
What a powerful endorsement from an organization that rips pre-born American citizens out of the wombs of their mothers for a profit and calls it “healthcare.” As the potential future president of those very citizens, Harris should be protecting their basic right to live, not actively cheering and promoting legislation which would eradicate them before they have a chance to take their first breath.
Many people say our current President is brash, that he does not act “presidential,” and that he likes to blurt things on Twitter, but, which is more important? Having a president who is all of the above and staunchly defends the sacredness of human life–like President Trump has done for the past four years–or someone who acts “presidential,” doesn’t tweet the first thought that comes to mind but actively supports the dismemberment and tossing away of pre-born citizens?
That choice is up to you, American voters, on November 3rd.