It’s Official: Kamala Harris is Running for President in 2020
Just like with Elizabeth Warren, approximately no on in the United States is surprised right now. The only thing we’re left questioning is how California Senator Kamala Harris will fare in a primary race against 20 people who have the exact same views about everything as she does.
If the presidential election in 2016 should have taught the Democratic Party anything, it’s that intersectional politics cannot be at the center of everything. Candidates need to be relatable, front concise policy objectives, and articulate those goals clearly. That’s not what happened in 2016, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to happen in 2020 either based on the candidates who are running.
Senator Kamala Harris is a living, breathing example of intersectionality. By this understanding alone, we already know she is going to pull ahead of Elizabeth Warren. Sure, Warren is a woman, but she isn’t a black woman. And to think for one second that Harris isn’t banking on the fact that intersectionality will work out in her favor is to be intellectually dishonest. This is simply who the Democrats are at this point.
Anthony Brian Logan has more on this story below.
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