Just what does Kamala bring to the Biden ticket?
Thank you Tulsi for that marvelous take down of Harris that she never recovered from. Harris said that she "Knew that she would take hits because "she was a top tier candidate and besides Tulsi is an individual who is an Assad apologist" so there."
I guess it depends who she is talking to.
I don't think that she is talking to us because the country is basically only working to let the rich get richer and the poor to fend for themselves.
.@JoeBiden can unify the American people because he's spent his life fighting for us. And as president, he'll build an America that lives up to our ideals.
I'm honored to join him as our party's nominee for Vice President, and do what it takes to make him our Commander-in-Chief.
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) August 11, 2020
Notice she says Commander in Chief, not President. I think that says a lot about the dem party platform.
Kamala is coming to Utah in Oct to debate Pence. Yippie.... I can't wait to go watch this. Oh wait. We're going to have Zoom debates aren't we?
>Sanders was the winner of Utah’s Super Tuesday presidential primary on March 3, with more than 36% of the vote. Biden came in second, with just over 18%. Harris had withdrawn her name from the Utah ballot after dropping out of the presidential race in December.
Lex Scott, founder of Black Lives Matter Utah and a co-chair of Sanders’ presidential campaign in Utah, described herself as a reluctant Biden supporter who didn’t want to see Harris on the ticket because of her record as a prosecutor.
Still, Scott said she is encouraging others to vote for Biden as the “lesser of two evils” compared to Trump.
“Joe, we need you to do more than find a Black woman as a running mate. We need structural changes in this country that help to end racial inequality. It is symbolic, so thank you,” she said, adding that while many see his choice as something to celebrate, others “need to see more than surface-level” attention to the issue.
Well what do the folks here think of this pick?
This Democrat is going to vote republican this year. No way can I vote for what Biden wants to do with our country.
I'll be voting Republican as well this time. No way I'm voting for someone with such radical views as Kamala.
Mmm nope. I was this close to voting D but she's too liberal for me and everyone knows she'll be the de facto President. I will vote L or write in someone, but I won't be a part of destroying the country with whichever major ticket wins. We lose either way.
It only took Tulsi 30 seconds of a debate to end her whole campaign.
LoL... Trump could just play that video of Tulsi tearing Harris a new one for the rest of the election season. Plus all the videos of Biden talking when he can't form a coherent sentence. Or the one from the debate where he gets so lost he decided that his time was up.
Yes, and Tulsi would have been a great pick for VP. She would have been a shoe-in for the Democrats in 2024. Kamala? not so much
A Passion for Justice
Biden's family has gotten very rich off the government teat just like the Trump family has. In fact once again his brother is being looked at for fudging the rules and ripping off donors as he has off and on since big brother Joe got elected 4 decades ago. Lots of families of people in government grift. It's just too easy to do.
WASHINGTON—On the heels of yesterday’s announcement that she would be running for president, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) reportedly began staffing her campaign Tuesday with unpaid inmates from California correctional facilities. “I’m so grateful to have such an incredible and devoted team headed up by my new campaign manager, Spider, as we work together to fight for American values,” said Harris of the two dozen non-violent criminal offenders who would reportedly work shifts of up to 72 hours out of her campaign office in exchange for three square meals a day and all the “Kamala Harris 2020” merchandise they could carry. “Whether it’s knocking on doors, leading focus groups, making phone calls, or helping prep me for upcoming media appearances, my entire staff will be comprised of unpaid prison laborers. Not only will this cut campaign-related expenses by up to $20 million, it will also allow inmates to spend time in the community and provide them with valuable work-related opportunities.” Harris added that due to a quirk in California state law, most inmates would be ineligible to work for other political campaigns once they’d been released from prison.