Kamala Harris is branded ‘ignorant’ for many reasons folks but for praising Black Lives Matter protests and calling them ‘essential’ just three days after two cops were shot during Louisville riots is down right insane, and makes her unfit for any sort of office in this country. She clearly has no love of country or of the innocent people of this country. These comments came during the NAACP’s national convention in which she was interviewed for more than one hour and come just three days after two police officers were shot and injured during rioting in Louisville. The shooting came after a grand jury’s decision not to charge the officers who shot and killed Breonna Taylor. One of the officers involved was charged with wanton endangerment for shooting into a neighboring apartment.
Vee Pee nomineehas come in for criticism after saying that protests against racial injustice, including those by thegroup are ‘essential for the evolution of our country’ with some online branding her ‘ignorant’. I say dangerous, and untrue. Violating the constitution, and destruction of private property, and murder is NOT an essential for evolution of our country. She’s a evil fucking idiot. Case closed.
‘Nothing that we have achieved that has been about progress, in particular around civil rights, has come without a fight, and so I always am going to interpret these protests as an essential component of evolution in our country as an essential component or mark of a real democracy. ‘The people’s voices must be heard, and it is often the people who must speak to get their government to do what it is supposed to do, but may not do naturally unless the people speak loudly and obviously peacefully.’
Harris went on to praise the ‘brilliance’ and ‘impact’ of the Black Lives Matter movement. ‘I actually believe that Black Lives Matter has been the most significant agent for change within the criminal justice system,’ she said. ‘I think, a community and the country speaking out, understanding that nothing that we have achieved that has been about progress in this country has come without a fight. Nothing that we have achieved in our country that has been about progress, and in particular around civil rights has come without a fight.’ The comments came thick and fast with many seemingly shocked at the vice presidential candidate’s take on recent events.
‘Unmoved by the violence in our streets and the brutal attacks on our police officers, Kamala Harris says the ‘protests’ are essential for our ‘evolution’ as a country,’ wrote Arthur Schwarz as he used the senators own words against her. It was a view shared by Steve Guest, Rapid Response Director of the GOP. ‘After months of left-wing violence, Democrat Sen. Kamala Harris says these protests are an essential part of our ‘evolution’ as a country,’ encouraging others to see fault with Harris’ words. Robby Starbuck, a Cuban-American director and producer also attempted to place Harris’ quotes into relevant context.
”Nothing we’ve achieved… has come without a fight and so I’m always going to interpret these protests as an essential component of evolution in our country… and as necessary.’ – Kamala Harris Remember this when you see cities on fire & people attacked’, Starbuck added. Another Twitter user, Philip Camp, called the senator ‘stupid’: ‘Kamala Harris praises BLM, says ongoing protests are ‘essential’ for change in US. Just shows how stupid Kamala Harris is. The country is going to pot with people like her in leadership roles.’
Christian author Daniel Bobinski was also far from impressed by what he had heard. ‘I’d like to publicly thank Kamala Harris for telling Americans that the protests (aka riots) need to continue … and hold her personally responsible for the violence and the medical bills … and yes, the deaths, too. I lay this at the feet of Congressional Democrats,’ he tweeted.
It’s not the first time Harris has defended the cause of protesters taking to city streets across the country. ‘We must always defend peaceful protest and peaceful protesters. We should not confuse them with those looting and committing acts of violence, including the shooter who was arrested for murder. Make no mistake, we will not let these vigilantes and extremists derail the path to justice,’ Harris said last month. Harris’ comments come at the end of another week of mass protests over the death of Black Americans including Breonna Taylor, whose case prompted a series of demonstrations earlier this week.
Hundreds of demonstrators chanted Taylor’s name and marched in cities including New York, Washington, Philadelphia, Las Vegas and Portland. People gathered in Millennium Park, Chicago, chanting demands for justice as drivers in Michigan Avenue honked their horns. Police in Atlanta unleashed chemical agents and made arrests after some protesters tried to climb on a SWAT vehicle. In Wisconsin, peaceful marchers blocked traffic on an interstate and spoke about Ms Taylor on the steps of the state Capitol.
In Louisville, police said they arrested 127 people after what began as peaceful protests. Officers declared an unlawful assembly after they said fires were set in bins and several vehicles were damaged. A police statement also described the ‘looting’ of several stores. Footage emerged showing buildings vandalized and burned in Louisville Interim Police Chief Robert Schroeder said a suspect was detained in the shooting of two officers, who are expected to recover from their wounds. Jail records later confirmed Larynzo D Johnson, 26, was charged with two counts of assault on a police officer and multiple charges of wanton endangerment of police officers.