Wait a minute… wasn't it true that her family had slaves in Jamaica?
Neither Kamala Harris nor any of her ancestors were subjected to slavery while they lived in the United States. Because of her mixed-race background, Kamala is able to play the position of race pimp in chief despite the fact that she has never actually experienced the negative impacts that are connected with being black in the United States.
Harris, ever the politician, is trying to win the continuing culture war for her side by playing every angle she possibly can. She wants to make sure that her team comes out on top. Harris maintains that she is the last word on the black struggle, despite the fact that she has had no involvement whatsoever with the African American culture (her husband is white).
This past week, the Vice President of the United States gave a speech at the 113th NAACP national conference in which she blasted "extremist" Republicans and compared the overturning of Roe v. Wade to the institution of chattel slavery. Her remarks shocked liberals as well as conservatives.
But you agree, Kamala, that Republicans are the extremists, don't you?
The incompetent and unpopular Vice President continued by criticizing the United States for its history of slavery, despite the fact that every nation on Earth, including those in Africa, has a history of slavery in some form or another.
As Vice President, Kamala uses her choice to routinely remind voters of the terrible past of the United States of America as nothing more than a straightforward political weapon.
Do you remember when she accused Joe Biden of being a racist while she was traveling with him for the campaign? In this particular instance, though, she is absolutely right, but she continues to serve the racist nonetheless!
In light of this information, what conclusions can you draw about Kamala's commitment to racial equality?
When Kamala Harris wooed the crowd with her comparison of the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade to the enslavement of African-Americans in the United States, she displayed her superior knowledge of American history and our legal system.
"You know, NAACP, that our country has a history of claiming ownership over human bodies. "
It is somewhat amusing given the fact that black women in the United States are responsible for more abortions than any other group.
It was painfully evident that the Vice President was reciting some new talking points, which indicates that Kamala's speechwriters must be working on some new stuff at the moment. The Vice President asserted that "all freedoms are connected," and that as a result, "extreme" Republicans undermine democracy whenever they assault even a single fundamental right.
My friends, you are looking at the pinnacle of communist gibberish when you read this.
In the meantime, it appears that the White House agrees with Kamala's analogy of the termination of Roe v. Wade to the enslavement of black people.
Karine Jean-Pierre, the press secretary for the White House, gave the impression that she was caught off guard when Peter Doocy, a correspondent for Fox News, made a question on Kamala's remarks.
The analogy of black slavery in the United States to the overturning of Roe v. Wade is so preposterous, so tremendously irresponsible, and so overly theatrical that it could only have been crafted by a politician who was anxious to win over the support of a group of simpletons with good intentions.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on American Examiner News.