• December 4, 2022

Kamala Caught In Another MASSIVE LIE….This Time About Slavery!

There are times that I seriously still cannot believe that Kamala Harris is just a heartbeat away from being president.

The woman barely could muster up a ton of support when she even ran as a presidential candidate, and now she is the Vice President of the United States.

How in the world do we have a woman that is so inept be in such a position of power is beyond me.

The left loves to prop her up and praise her that she is a “woman of color” and that is somehow a qualifying trait for leadership.

Those on the left believe that the color of her skin is what makes her the perfect person to speak on racial issues that liberals love to inflame.

That is why over the weekend when the Juneteenth holiday was to be honored, the left was ready to bring out Kamala to speak on this topic.

Now, to be clear, I do not think that there is anyone in their right mind, on the left or the right side of the aisle that believes slavery was ever a “good thing.”

It was a blight on our nation, and we can all agree that we are glad it is gone.

We know it happened.

It is a fact so there is no reason to lie about it, right?

Apparently, that message didn’t get to Kamala and she made one heck of a stupid statement and was caught red-handed.

According to the New York Post:

“I think that we all know today is a day to celebrate the principle of freedom,” Harris told a group of about two dozen elementary school-aged children at the National Museum of African American History & Culture in Washington. “And think about it in terms of the context of history, knowing that black people in America were not free for 400 years of slavery.”

“Let this be a day that is a day to celebrate the principle of freedom, but to speak about it honestly and accurately, both in the context of history and current application,” Harris went on during her apparently extemporaneous remarks.

The first African slaves in the American colonies arrived in 1619 in Virginia. Slavery was abolished through the 13th Amendment, which was ratified in 1865 — ending 246 years of the practice, not 400.

A White House official acknowledged Harris’ error, telling The Post that “the vice president was referring to 400 years since slavery began.”

Whether it was a flubbed line or a flat-out lie, Harris received plenty of criticism on social media.

Harris made her inaccurate remarks during a surprise visit to a museum in D.C.

As UPI reported:

Vice President Kamala Harris surprised a group of children Monday at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., as they learned about Juneteenth.

The first Black woman to serve as vice president and her husband, Doug Emhoff, were greeted with cheers from the elementary schoolers as they entered the room.

Harris spoke briefly to the children and their parents about the new federal holiday.

“Today is a day to celebrate the principle of freedom and think about it in terms of the context of history, knowing that Black people in America were not free for 400 years of slavery,” Harris said.

Here’s a clip of her remarks:

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