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Is Kamala Harris an Anti-Semite?

In a recent class discussion at George Mason University, Vice President Kamal Harris listens to a student promoting the idea that Israel is responsible for an “ethnic genocide.” Harris did not push back against the university student and apparently seemed to even agree with the student.

See the interchange in the following video.

The student was referring to the extra $1 billion allocated in a defense spending bill passed by Congress days ago, which “the Squad” had tried to strip out of the bill, but which later a tearful Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) had voted “present” on, leaving questions of why she switched her “no” vote last at the minute. Here was AOC’s performance:

Review again, to what the student said in Harris’ presence in case you missed it in the video above.

But then just a few days ago there were funds allocated to continue backing Israel, which hurts my heart because it’s an ethnic genocide and a displacement of people – the same that happened in America – and I’m sure you’re aware of this,” the student explained – Kamala Harris nodding in apparent agreement.

Harris nodded at the student throughout the remarks, with the student ending by saying she had to express herself and speak out. I’m glad you did,” Harris began in response. “This is about the fact that your voice, your perspective, your experience, your truth should not be suppressed, and it must be heard, right? And one of the things we’re fighting for in a democracy, right?

These comments are quite disturbing to have a Vice President of America to, in a sense agree, on what could be construed as obvious antisemitic remarks. One would think that media would be all over this story. So this author Googled the term “Kamala Harris” to see what they would say.

The results of the Google search yielded no results on the news event at all, except one, from Israeli media. This indicates that the mainstream media is covering for Harris. No pushback from Harris and no pushback from mainstream media. Harris’ office as of this date has yet to respond to requests from media for her comment in the exchange.

To answer the specific charges of the student concerning Israel, see the following one Tweet takedown from Ben Shapiro of the total nonsense that this George Mason University student was promoting. Enough said …

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When viewing the video of Kamala’s exchange with the student and being as kind as possible to Kamala, one wonders if she even listened, much less understood what the student was saying. It was as if she was just robotically nodding her head and responding with “canned” woke responses. This leads one to believe one of two possibilities.

  1. Kamala is simply not qualified to be Vice President and is completely oblivious to events going on in the world.
  2. Kamala Harris is antisemitic.

Either possibility is highly problematic for America. Why is the media not immediately demanding Harris to respond to this outrageous exchange? Does America have a Vice President that is antisemitic?

 RWR original article syndication source.