With just days before the election, it seems like the media is (slowly) starting to do their job—like the other night.
Just for a moment, they grilled Kamala Harris on her far-left positions.
She tried to claim the media was just repeating what Mike Pence said during the debate.
But when the reporter revealed it was the findings of a bipartisan group, Harris had very little say to answer the question.
Except for this disturbing sound:
Sen. Kamala Harris D-Calif., laughed when asked during an interview Sunday if she would advocate for a “socialist or progressive perspective” if elected.
Citing a 2019 ranking from the nonpartisan organization GovTrack, O’Donnell told the vice-presidential hopeful that she is “considered the most liberal United States senator.” She said that Harris has supported the Green New Deal, Medicare-for-all and legalizing marijuana, all policies that Biden has yet to back.
For just a moment, a Democrat was held accountable by the media over her liberal agenda.
And, much like Nancy Pelosi, she had nothing to say.
At least Nancy fired back at Wolf Blitzer when he confronted her over people “starving in the streets.”
But Kamala? The woman that wants to be vice president? All she could do was cackle like a bird trapped in a cage.
After all, she doesn’t have a defense for the question. GovTrack proved she was further left than Bernie Sanders.
That’s pretty scary, I don’t care who you are.
Harris refused to cop to it because she needs to win over moderate voters in the Midwest.
The Democrats have been doing a painfully bad job of connecting with regular people. That’s because Biden has been courting the radical left since March.
And Harris’ own record proves she wants to force socialism onto the country.
She was able to push that kind of thing when she was a relatively unknown Democrat from California.
But when thrust into the national spotlight? All she can do is laugh.
That’s not much of an answer for someone that wants to lead the country, is it?
- A CBS reporter proved Harris has the most liberal record in the Senate.
- Harris could not respond with an answer, just uncomfortable laughter.
- Both Biden and Harris have tried to distance themselves from the radical left, despite trying to win them over.