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Kamala Harris Accidentally Exposes the Impeachment Agenda

California Senator Kamala Harris may have been one of the worst candidates to seek the presidency in a long time. And we’re not just talking about her policy platform — which is certainly radical — we’re talking about the fact that this is a woman who seems to loathe the very people she wants to govern.

As anyone could expect from a Democrat these days, Harris attempted to exploit the intersectional agenda as much as possible during her run for president. Most of the time, it didn’t seem like a senator was running for president — but rather a serious of identities. Her case for America wasn’t that she was going to make the country safer and more prosperous. Her case was that she is a black woman, and that it’s her turn.

So, that campaign didn’t even make it to the first primary. And with New Jersey Senator Cory Booker dropping out not too long after, the Democratic Party’s primary process is now dominated by the evil white men we are supposed to fear so much.

As it turns out, Harris isn’t terribly great at her day job either. The marching orders for the Democrats were pretty clear: pretend President Trump’s impeachment is a “somber” affair. Well, that’s a hard act to buy when you see Kamala giddily grinning like an idiot when she’s asked to talk about it.

Here’s Ben Shapiro with more.


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