With a failing campaign and no support from her democratic base, Kamala is looking for someone or something to blame.
And, there it is!
During a recent interview, she said racism and sexism has caused her 2020 campaign to stall out.
According to Axios on HBO:
“Kamala Harris says running for president as a woman of color in the 2020 election is different than running as a black man or as a white woman and that the question of electability has emerged as “the elephant in the room about my campaign.”
Why it matters: In an interview with “Axios on HBO,” the California senator, stuck around 5th place in Democratic presidential primary polls, says there’s still time to regain momentum to crack the top three in the Iowa caucuses on Feb. 3. She was mostly guarded in her remarks, but spoke more spontaneously on questions about race and her law-and-order background.
“Of course” it’s different to run for president as a black woman, she said. “When there is not a reference point for who can do what, there is a lack of ability or a difficulty in imagining that someone who we have never seen can do a job that has been done, you know, forty-five times by someone who is not that person.”
“I have also started to perhaps be more candid” or speak with “a candor in terms of the politics of race in the way that I’m talking during my town halls and in my rallies.”
Here’s what she said:
So what exactly is Harris trying to say?
That her own base isn’t ready for a woman of color as president?
This is pretty pathetic.
It’s not racism or color Kamala. It’s your message.
It’s apparent Democratic voters expected more than she could deliver.
Do you think Kamala Harris is desperately seeking to find a scapegoat for her failed campaign?
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