With the propaganda machines behind her, Kamala Harris is emboldened to admit what no other Vice President before her could.
Joe Biden’s understudy called ”democracy” one of the most significant national security threat facing the United States — stumbling on a warning from other Democrats about threats to the integrity of the democratic system.
In an interview on CBS News’ ”Face the Nation,” Harris was asked what she sees as ”the biggest national security challenge confronting the U.S. What is the thing that worries you and keeps you up at night?” a transcript of the interview showed.
She answered: ”Frankly, one of them is our democracy.”
CBS: "What do you see is the biggest national security challenge confronting the US? What is the thing that worries you and keeps you up at night?"
Kamala Harris: "Our democracy."
Not only is Harris wrong, it's a brazen smear campaign directed at anyone who disagrees w/ her. pic.twitter.com/LYcfW4EnD6
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) December 26, 2021
Only now could the second highest ranked executive in the United States call for a radical change to the American democratic system on national television — especially knowing full well her party openly cheated in the previous presidential election, which is the only reason why she has that rank today.
She added in an amendment to her first statement: ”And so I go back to our point about the need to fight for the integrity of our democracy.”
”I think one of the greatest threats that we saw recently is that when we pull out of those relationships, we weaken our standing as a nation and therefore weaken, I believe, our security.”
Harris said ”’fighting for the integrity of democracy” is ”obviously about what we need to do in the climate crisis,” noting that climate change is linked to global security.
She also said she ”fully supported” Joe Biden’s decision to end the nation’s 20-year war with Afghanistan by removing U.S. troops.
”I think it’s really important to remember that the previous administration negotiated a deal with the Taliban, did not invite the Afghan government to be at the table, and negotiated a deal that required and promised as part of an agreement that we would pull out by the end of May,” Harris said.
”So we were saddled with that responsibility based on an agreement between the United States and the Taliban.”
”We made the decision that if we were to break the agreement, it would have been a whole other situation right now,” she added.
So instead of taking responsibility for the botched evacuation mission, which she supposedly had major influence on, Kamala does what each and every Democrat does in her position — blame Trump.
Lest we forget, Trump negotiated a peace deal between the Taliban and the Afghan army — with Afghanistan’s support. He is not responsible for the ISIS bombing of the Kabul airport, nor was it part of the deal to hand over the entire country to Taliban terrorists.
The obfuscation of what really happened in Afghanistan is paramount to Biden-Harris’ reelection — but we all know that’s highly unlikely.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth