The time Kamala grinned and said protesters are ‘never going to stop … and they SHOULD not’

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Two months ago, on June 18th, current Democrat vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris told “The Late Show” show Stephen Colbert that the then-just-emerging Black Lives Matter riots — or what she’d termed “protests” — “are not going to stop.”

“They’re not going to stop. This is a movement,” she emphatically declared.

“They’re not going to stop before Election Day in November, and they’re not going to stop after Election Day. Everyone should take note of that on both levels, that they’re not going to let up, and they should not, and we should not.”

Listen:

Keep in mind she made those remarks after left-wing Black Lives Matter extremists in Minnesota had already ravaged downtown Minneapolis …

Months later, with the BLM extremists whom Harris had plainly sided with having since destroyed numerous other communities, burnt down numerous other businesses, harassed numerous other innocent bystanders and even killed several people, her words from June have taken on new meaning to many, including Donald Trump Jr.

I guess the ‘mostly peaceful protesters’ burning Kenosha and other communities to the ground took Kamala’s advice here to heart,” he tweeted on Thursday.

Look:

BLM-linked riots erupted in Kenosha this week after a black criminal suspect was shot non-fatally while resisting arrest during an incident that happened Sunday.

Not only did these riots lead to innocent families seeing their businesses be destroyed, but it also led to the fatal shootings of two rioters.

And so with all this in mind, the question becomes this: How does Harris plan to account for her decision two months ago to tell BLM extremists that they should not stop or let up — that they should continue their so-called “protests?”

It’s a question so pungent that some think it’d make a great campaign ad.

Look at some of the remarks/commentary on social media below:

Some Democrats have pushed back on Twitter by arguing that she’d been speaking specifically about the so-called “peaceful protests,” not the riots. But then the question becomes WHAT PEACEFUL PROTESTS?

Despite the media’s false insistence that the Black Lives Matter “protests” that have occurred nonstop across the country for weeks on end have been mostly “peaceful,” hundreds (if not thousands) of videos show otherwise.

Moreover, the video evidence and witness testimonials are so damning that support for BLM has cratered in some communities:

And because the extremist far-left movement is so inextricably linked to the Democrat Party — in strong part because of the rhetoric spouted by the likes of Harris — the party is now facing harsh electoral consequences.

“Trump is largely outperforming his 2016 benchmarks in some of the most important states to the Electoral College,” Fox News confirmed Friday. “Michigan: Biden is currently leading Trump by 2.6 points in the RCP average. Clinton led by 9.”

“Pennsylvania: Biden is currently leading Trump by 5.8 percentage points in the RCP average. Clinton led by 9.2. North Carolina: Trump and Biden are currently in a dead heat in the RCP average, despite sparse polling. There was a CNBC poll that came out Sunday giving Biden a 1-point lead. Clinton led by 1.7.”

This wasn’t the case in early June, when the path to victory for President Donald Trump looked so bad that media figures like Jonathan Chait, among many others, were confident that he stood no chance of defeating Biden come November.

Yet weeks later, members of the left-wing press are freaking out over the electoral defeat facing Democrats, though it may be too late to make a difference.

As noted by Trump-supporting liberal commentator Tim Pool, “Democrats have made their own bed by repeatedly choosing to side with the bad guys.

Kamala Harris included.

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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