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“It Was a Debate!” – Resurfaced Kamala Clip Cements Her Credentials as a Phony

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At the height of her “shadow campaign” for the Vice Presidential nomination, Senator Kamala Harris appeared on Stephen Colbert’s Late Show to flex her… “flexibility.”

“It was a debate!” she shrieked when asked about her attacks on former Vice President Joe Biden in the 2019 Democratic Party debates, totally unwilling to stand by anything she said about her now running mate.

Back then, Biden was a racist. So she implied. She also said she believed his sexual assault accusers.

But no more!

Kamala Harris reinforced her reputation for servicing powerful men in exchange for some power for herself.

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In the clip above, Colbert asks Harris how she could reverse ferret on Biden so quickly and drastically, especially after trashing his record on race and on women:

“It was a debate,” Harris said.

“Not everyone landed punches like you did, though,” Colbert said.

“It was a debate,” Harris repeated.

“So you don’t mean it?”

“It was a debate,” she said again.

Even the left-wing Atlantic magazine called her cackling during the segment a “laugh she often uses to deflect during television interviews.”

“Even among those who are more sympathetic, the turnaround feels dizzying,” the Atlantic noted.

And while the globalist rag is being as polite as it can possibly be, most people will look to Harris’s hasty U-turn as an indictment of her honesty at the very moment Team Biden needs an injection of credibility.

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Even the ranty Christopher Hahn admitted during a Fox News segment this week that he had “no excuse” for Biden and his team hiding from the press.

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And the Atlantic wasn’t the only leftist outlet to pick up on Harris’s fraudulent behavior and pathetic excuses.

The Washington Post took note. So did The Daily Beast and NPR. And so did CNN.

Even the Democrat-friendly China Daily website included the line in their copy.

Over the coming months the media will bend over backwards to accommodate Harris’s phoniness, and it’ll become increasingly apparent between now and November.

But the Harris pick is already biting Biden in the butt.

This week Rasmussen reported that a third of black voters in the United States said Harris on the ticket makes them less likely to vote for the Democrats.

And while most polling companies will continue to tell the Biden campaign that they are ahead – in some cases by double digits – it is becoming abundantly clear to the psephology-minded that Biden’s “lead” is much like Hillary Clinton’s: reliant on an enthusiasm that simply isn’t there.

Harris deflecting and cackling when met with difficult questions is perhaps what Team Biden wanted to avoid when they ushered the candidates away from the press this week.

Now they don’t just have a senile old man to deal with, but a habitual liar, too.


Raheem J. Kassam

Raheem Kassam is the Editor-in-Chief of the National Pulse, and former senior advisor to Brexit leader Nigel Farage. Kassam is the best-selling author of 'No Go Zones' and 'Enoch Was Right', a co-host at the War Room: Impeachment podcast, a Lincoln fellow at the Claremont Institute, and a fellow at the Bow Group think tank. Kassam is an academic advisory board member at the Institut des Sciences Sociales, Economiques et Politiques in Lyon, France. He resides in Washington, D.C.