Kamala: Racism, Sexism Impacting My ‘Electability’
In an interview with Axios on HBO, presidential hopeful Kamala Harris suggested America is not morally evolved enough to elect a “woman of color” to the White House.
“Talking about what I describe and believe to be the elephant in the room about my campaign,” said Harris, who has fallen to at least fourth or fifth place among her fellow Democrat competitors. Asked what that elephant is, Harris replied, “Electability. Electability. Essentially, is America ready for a woman and a woman of color to be president of the United States?”
Much like Hillary Clinton blaming sexism for her own failed presidential runs, Harris wants to shift the blame from herself to the perceived racism and sexism of American voters. The question she should be asking herself is: Is America ready for a power-hungry radical leftist woman of color to be President?
“There is a lack of ability or a difficulty in imagining that someone who we have never seen can do a job that has been done, you know, forty-five times by someone who is not that person,” she added incoherently.