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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

President Kamala Harris? She’s making the first moves.

But those who got close enough could see screens set up showing musicians and speakers including activist and director Michael Moore, women’s rights activist Gloria Steinem and Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards. Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Los Angeles, told the crowd that Trump and his cabinet nominees are “dangerous for us and all of our families.”
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McClatchy   "Now's the time prospective presidential candidates start taking the subtle but crucial behind-the-scenes steps that get them noticed by the political intelligentsia, and Sen. Kamala Harris is quietly following the script. 

"She’s making speeches to key national constituencies. She’s due for an appearance at a Washington think-tank panel full of chattering-class presidential favorites that the national media will be reporting and analyzing, probably for days. She’s been fundraising for colleagues and making sure that she is forming relationships with key national reporters.
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"The presidential buzz around Harris, though, is more a product of national Democrats than Californians. Though she won election last year with 61.6 percent of the vote*, a recent Public Policy Institute of California poll found that 30 percent of Californians – including 20 percent of Democrats – don’t know enough about Harris to say one way or the other what kind of job she is doing the Senate.

"Interviews with nearly two dozen ardent Harris supporters in California showed most think it is too soon for her to run for president. Gary Peichoto, a Harris enthusiast who lives outside of Modesto, laughed when asked whether she should run in 2020.


“ "It’s too early,” Peichoto said. “I’d rather go with Elizabeth Warren.” . . .
*61.6% of Californians, that is.
LA Times: 8 things to know about Senate candidate Kamala Harris' career gold stars and demerits  For starters, the woman who stands by Black Lives Matter has "refused to seek the death penalty against a cop killer".

Daily Wire lists more Harris positions. A sampling:

But those who got close enough could see screens set up showing musicians and speakers including activist and director Michael Moore, women’s rights activist Gloria Steinem and Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards. Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Los Angeles, told the crowd that Trump and his cabinet nominees are “dangerous for us and all of our families.”
  • Obama once lavished praised on Harris's looks. 
  • "Harris is weak on crime. Besides refusing to give the death sentence to a cop-killer,  "Harris has also stood with the cop-hating Black Lives Matter movement and has advocated for states to keep "track of the data on officer-involved shootings and increasing training to reduce police bias," per the Huffington Post."
  • "Harris refused to defend Proposition 8 in court."
  • "Harris is very pro-abortion. According to New York Mag:
  • "Harris has compared those who don't believe in man-made climate change to Flat-Earthers and Loch Ness Monster believers. 
  • "We must take on science-deniers who insist that the Earth is flat, the Loch Ness monster is real & climate change doesn’t exist. pic.twitter.com/nQCqfDZvIt"
  •  "Harris is also weak on immigration. Harris uses the politically correct "undocumented immigrant" term and is an avid supporter of amnesty and the DREAM act as well as Obama's executive amnesty. In essence, she supports turning the country into California, giving the Democrats a permanent demographic majority for generations." . . .
Townhall: Kamala Harris: Lawless Law Enforcement Officer  . . . "As a lawless law enforcement officer, Attorney General Kamala Harris is not fit for higher office, and has no business serving in the US Senate." . . .
Thanks to Maxine Waters blazing the trail, the achievement bar has been sufficiently lowered. TD

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