Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris’s acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention concluded with a virtual audience applauding her address. Except the audience appears to have contained several duplicates in a testament to Harris’s lack of popularity. After Harris’s nearly 20-minute speech on the third night of the Democratic National Convention (DNC), where she formally accepted her nomination for Vice President, convention organizers had Harris interact with a virtual audience of 30 screens. Users on social media, however, were quick to point out that the audience contained three duplicates, appearing to suggest the DNC couldn’t find 30 individuals to celebrate
Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris declared she was a “radical” while running for California Attorney General, The National Pulse can reveal. The remarks stand in stark contrast to the mainstream media’s attempting to dupe voters that the current California Senator is a “moderate.” Speaking at the corporate headquarters of Google, a paragon of anti-conservative big tech, Harris embraced the “radical” label her opponent for California Attorney General Steve Cooley: “I read that at the Republican Convention he called me a radical, so I guess that’s one difference between us. And yeah, I am radical. I do believe that we need
Democratic Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris adopted a Chinese name to garner more votes from the Chinese-American community during her 2003 run for San Francisco District Attorney, The National Pulse can today reveal. The move is just the latest example of Harris’s phony politicking and further obscures claims she’s the first African-American pick for Vice President. During the 2003 race, which Harris won by less than one percentage point, she adopted the Chinese name “He Jinli” in a calculated attempt to secure more votes from San Francisco’s sizable Chinese community. Chinese-language media reporting recounted the process by which Harris adopted
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. WATCH: Kamala
Black voters aren’t too happy about Joe Biden’s choice of Kamala Harris, so say recent polls. Since the former Vice President picked the Indian-Jamaican Senator from California, the media has been fawning over her. But voters feel differently. Rasmussen reported that after national telephone and online survey finds that 76 percent of Likely Democratic Voters have a favorable impression of Harris, including 48 percent who have a Very Favorable impression. And while just 18 percent of Democrats have an unfavorable view of California’s former attorney general, with 11 percent who say Very Unfavorable, Black voters really don’t feel the same.
Marc Elias, general counsel for Kamala Harris’s failed 2020 presidential campaign, encouraged Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign to take money from foreign entities according to an unearthed email thread. The 2015 email exchange is especially concerning in light of a recent National Counterintelligence and Security Center report identifying foreign entities such as the Chinese Communist Party aiming to secure a Joe Biden presidency. Elias, a lawyer for dozens of high-profile Democratic candidates including Hillary Clinton during her 2016 presidential bid, had been on Harris’s presidential campaign as its top lawyer since its inception. The trusted Harris adviser, however, was identified by
Joe Biden recently implied blacks in America are a monolith. Now, by calling his Vice Presidential pick Kamala Harris “African-American,” the media is endorsing his racist position that all blacks are the same. While the media will continue to portray Harris as African-American, it’s important to note her mother was from India, and her father from Jamaica. That’s not typically what people think of when they say “African-American”. I’m Indian, for example, and I don’t go around pretending to be black. Political activist Ali Alexander — of half African extraction himself — noted the matter over a year ago, tweeting:
About this time last year, The National Pulse ran a series previewing the 2020 Democrat presidential primaries. We looked at the favorites, the middle-tier underdogs, the long shots, and the wild cards. At the time, there were only two minor candidates in the race and plenty of speculation about who would enter. Now it’s 2020 and there’s exactly one month to go until the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses. A potential field of dozens has been whittled down to a handful of front runners and some outsiders scrambling to keep up. DNC rules requiring candidates to reach certain polling thresholds and fundraising targets to qualify for