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Kamala Harris and the Democrat Party are so confident they have the female vote locked-up that they sloppily recycled the same group of women viewers during Harris’ acceptance speech at the virtual Democratic National Convention.
“The DNC couldn’t even find 30 people who were excited about Kamala Harris, so they had to duplicate someone’s livestream,” tweeted Trump campaign research director Zach Parkinson.
“Mother of God, there are more,” tweeted Andrew Clark, the rapid-response director of the Trump campaign.
The hilarious gaffe occurred at the end of Harris’ speech when there was dead silence (instead of applause) after she stopped talking.
Kamala then awkwardly looked up to wave at the multiple screenshots of women viewers the DNC spotlighted.
The DNC presumably showed the multi-screen shots to suggest that female voters enthusiastically support Harris.
The bizarre spectacle ended with another cringe-worthy moment when Joe Biden appeared on stage but refused to hug Harris.
During her acceptance speech, Kamala paid homage to the Marxist Black Lives Matter movement and stoked racial division by slamming America as racist.
Harris claimed that black Americans are suffering the most from the one-size-fits-all coronavirus lockdowns — which the Democrats rabidly pushed for.
Kamala further claimed that America’s “structural racism” is causing blacks to die from COVID.
“Black, Latino and indigenous people are suffering and dying disproportionately. And this is not a coincidence,” Harris lamented. “It is the effect of structural racism. Of inequities in education and technology, health care and housing, job security and transportation. The injustice in reproductive and maternal health care and the excessive use of force by police.”
For the record, Harris didn’t explain how “police brutality” causes black people to die from the coronavirus.
Perhaps the non-use of face masks and the lack of social-distancing during Black Lives Matter marches could explain the deaths Kamala is referring to. Obesity is also a major risk factor for coronavirus.
Harris continued: This virus, it has no eyes. And yet it knows exactly how we see each other and how we treat each other. There is no vaccine for racism. We have got to do the work. For George Floyd, for Breonna Taylor, for the lives of too many others to name.”
Harris added: “We can do better and deserve so much more. We must elect a president who will bring something different, something better and do the important work. A president who will bring all of us together. We must elect Joe Biden.”
Meanwhile, here are the names of the 200+ slaves owned by Kamala Harris’ ancestor, Hamilton Brown.
Author Dinesh D’Souza noted: “One of the largest planters in Jamaica, Hamilton Brown now has a town named after him, Brown’s Town.”
Here are the names of the 200+ slaves owned by Kamala Harris’ ancestor Hamilton Brown in Jamaica in 1817. One of the largest planters in Jamaica, Brown now has a town named after him, Brown’s Town pic.twitter.com/6QnBpEQyez
— Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) August 12, 2020
This is an excerpt of the article by Kamala’s dad in Jamaica Global, where he bragged that they are the direct descendants of prominent slave owner Hamilton Brown.
This revelation would immediately disqualify a Republican candidate. Instead, the left-wing media are downplaying the slave-owning past of Harris’ family.
In June, leftist rioters tore down a George Washington statue in Portland in the name of the Marxist Black Lives Matter movement.
They argued that Washington, Christopher Columbus and other slave owners must be eradicated from American history.
This week, the Democrat Party formally nominated a descendant of a prominent slave owner as its VP candidate.
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