Kamala Goes On Anti-White, Anti-American Speaking Tour

Is this b**** serious?

Could you imagine the backlash if a white elected official spoke to an audience about the devastation caused by black crime?

True or not, this form of racist vitriol coming from the Vice President should be wholly disavowed by every member of her party.

After all, isn’t the Biden-Harris administration supposed to be uniting the country?

Vice President Kamala Harris promised to address the “shameful past” of America’s European explorers, saying they “ushered in a wave of devastation” for Native Americans.

All of this anti-American rhetoric begs an obvious question:

Why govern a country you so clearly hate?

In Portland, Harris spoke at the National Congress of American Indians 78th Annual Convention where she presented a scathing series of alternative facts about the founding of America.

“Since 1934, every October, the United States has recognized the voyage of the European explorers who first landed on the shores of the Americas. But that is not the whole story. That has never been the whole story,” Kamala began.

She continued, emphasizing what she called a “wave of devastation” brought on by European settlers who, she claims “stole land, and spread diseases.”

This level of historical ignorance coupled with woke liberal pandering is enough to make anyone’s head explode.

Harris spoke the day after Columbus Day — which has been formally changed to ‘Indigenous Peoples’ Day” by Joe Biden, who signed an executive order intended to help Native American communities with educational and economic opportunities.

In other words, the SAME government and the SAME party that orchestrated horrific acts against Indians (Andrew Jackson was a Democrat) now believes they are the party to help.

What laughable nonsense.

Harris said that the Biden administration would work to correct the wrongs done to Native American communities over the generations.

And here’s the real purpose of Kamala’s speech — to promote Biden’s trillion-dollar spending bill.

Harris said that Biden’s $3.5 trillion infrastructure legislation will help Native American communities, particularly by improving internet access and providing better facilities.

“This bill represents the largest infrastructure investment our nation has made since before World War II and presents, right now, an important opportunity to strengthen Indian Country,” the vice president said.

She also warned that Native American voters “are being systematically denied access to the ballot box,” — again, doing public relations for another radical Left bill currently circulating thorough Congress.

She demanded Congress pass The Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act — both of which are intended to reduce voter suppression.

P.S. They don’t.

Author: Asa McCue