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Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., the vice presidential running mate for Democratic nominee Joe Biden, is being held to account for voicing her support for the violent protests that rocked American cities over the summer.
Not by the mainstream media, of course, but by a “non-traditional” political action committee headed up by James Golden, aka Bo Snerdley, the longtime producer for talk radio titan Rush Limbaugh.
New Journey PAC seeks to realign the black vote with candidates and issues that “support conservative values and by consequence, help the black community,” and the PAC released a video ad that draws on what could be the pivotal issue in next month’s election — law and order.
Harris is featured in the ad, titled “Eat in Peace,” as she speaks with Stephen Colbert during an appearance on his show in June — this being the height of the civil unrest over the death of George Floyd.
Not only did Harris praise the “intensity and brilliance” of the oft-violent Black Lives Matter movement, she warned Americans, with a smile on her face, that the protests “are not going to stop.”
The release of the ad comes as Harris is set to debate Vice President Mike Pence at the University of Utah on Wednesday evening.
“Since the mainstream media won’t do it and it is doubtful the debate moderator will, we’re calling Kamala Harris out on her words and threats directed toward peaceful American citizens,” Golden said.
“The only thing we think Kamala Harris has been truthful with American voters about is Joe Biden’s past history — standing in the way of racial integration in this country,” he added. “Shame she seems to have forgotten that now.”
Voters should not be lulled into complacency by the relative quiet that has fallen on America since CNN host Don Lemon sounded the warning that violent protests were showing up in polling and hurting Democrats. The violence continues in some cases and is ignored by the media, but by and large, the protests have ceased. But it’s only temporary.
Harris was discussing criminal justice reform when she offered her effusive praise of BLM.
“I am very clear that some of the success that we have been able to achieve around criminal justice reform would not have happened in recent years were it not for Black Lives Matter — and the intensity and brilliance of that movement, that forced at least that there would be some counterforce to the status quo.
“That’s what these movements do … these movements provide a counterforce that get us to where we need to be,” she added.
Not only did the Democrat senator say the violence was not going to stop, she said it “should not” stop.
“They’re not going to stop,” Harris said. “This is a movement, I’m telling you. They’re not going to stop and everyone beware, because they’re not going to stop. 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. They’re not going to let up and they should not and we should not.”
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