Kamala LIED

SHE LIED: Kamala Harris Says She Was in Second Integrated Class in Berkeley — But Yearbok Pictures Prove She’s Lying

SHE LIED: Kamala Harris Says She Was in Second Integrated Class in Berkeley — But Yearbok Pictures Prove She’s Lying

On Thursday night Kamala Harris took on former Vice President Joe Biden on his past record on segregation. Kamala lectured Joe on how she was in the second integrated class in Berkeley, California.

She suggested that the local school district had failed, adding, “There are moments in history where states fail to preserve the civil rights of all people.”

The audience loved Kamala’s attack on Joe. And her campaign honored her planned attack by quickly posting a photo of Kamala as a child in pigtails. But it was all a lie. Harris said she was a student in only the second class to integrate at Berkeley public schools.

Not true.

Kamala’s parents were successful professionals. Kamala went to school in Berkeley for only 2 years. She then moved with her mother at age seven to Canada where she attended grade school and high school.

Kamala Harris was born in 1964

She claims she was only the second class to integrate at the Berkeley public schools.

Kamala lied. Actually the classrooms in Berkeley were already integrated in 1963 — before she was born. Here’s a photo from the 1963 Berkeley yearbook.

And here’s a photo from the Berkeley 1964 yearbook — the year Kamala was born.

Kamala Harris was only off by about 20 years.

The next time Kamala harris plays the race card for sympathy she should try to get her facts straight. This article was sourced from The Gateway Pundit

Kamala Harris fundraising off ‘that little girl was me’ shirts

The Kamala Harris campaign is fundraising off of a viral confrontation at the Democratic debate between her and Joe Biden over race.

Perhaps the most memorable moment of Thursday’s debate was a jab from the California senator directed at the 76-year-old Biden over racial issues.


She declared, “ That little girl is me,” in regard to Biden’s past reticence over forced integration of public schools through busing. She had previously criticized Biden’s recent comments about working with two notorious segregationists decades ago.

“It was not only that, but you also worked with them to oppose busing.

There was a little girl in California who was part of the second class to integrate her public schools and she was bused to school every day,” Harris, 54, told Biden. “That little girl was me.”

During the debate, her campaign tweeted out a photo of her as a young child with pigtails and staring fiercely into the camera. The caption read, “There was a little girl in California who was bussed to school. That little girl was me. #DemDebate.”

Hours after the exchange, a shirt with that same photo was on sale on her campaign’s online store for about $30.

During the debate, Biden responded to Harris by saying that before he was elected to the Senate from Delaware in 1972, he worked to get people who were incarcerated out of prison, drawing a subtle comparison to Harris, who served as the district attorney for San Francisco from 2004 to 2011 and attorney general of California from 2011 to 2017.

“It’s a mischaracterization of my position across the board. I do not praise racists. That is not true.” Biden said. “If we want to have this campaign litigated on who supports civil rights, whether I did or not, I’m happy to do that.

“I was a public defender.

I didn’t become a prosecutor. I left a good firm to become a public defender. When in fact my city was in flames because of the assassination of Dr. King,” Biden said.

Biden is the front-runner among the more-than 20 contenders for president. The latest RealClearPolitics national average of polls has him at 32% support among Democrats. Harris is so far bringing in 7% support. This article was sourced from Washington Examiner

The media myth-building of Kamala Harris continues after debate

The media myth-building of Kamala Harris continues after debate

…journalists across the band are zooming in on one exchange. It was the moment when California Senator Kamala Harris got all up in Joe Biden’s grill over his claims of comity with a couple of his openly segregationist colleagues and his opposition to bussing back in the days before Mayor Pete Buttigieg was even born. (Associated Press)

But if this is the moment Harris is relying on to break out of the middle of the pack, it’s problematic at best.

Why? Because if you’re angling to be the leader of the free world, I’m not sure that your best defining moment is saying insufficiently woke man hurt my feelings. What are you going to do when Nicolas Maduro calls you the daughter of Satan? Hide in the West Wing and sob?

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