Kamala Harris made a fool of herself when she couldn’t answer this one question

As any good VP would do, after Biden’s abysmal address to Congress, Kamala Harris began making the rounds to push the radical plans the President laid out.

Unfortunately for Kamala, it didn’t go as well as she might have hoped.

Kamala Harris made a fool of herself when she couldn’t answer this one question.

Good Morning America anchor George Stephanopoulos asked the Vice President to respond to the rebuttal given by South Carolina Senator Tim Scott in which the Republican stated that America is not a systemically racist nation.

Harris started by giving one of her famous nonanswers and tried to tiptoe around the question by claiming America was not a racist country and a historically racist country all at the same time.

Kamala Harris said, “I believe that we need to come up, well first of all, no I don’t think America is a racist country.  But we also do have to speak truth about the history of racism in our country, and its existence today.”

She went on later in the interview to affirm Biden’s belief that America is a systemically racist nation.

However, she steered clear of using statements like “American institutions being designed to oppress black Americans,” which is what she is saying when she calls America a systemically racist nation. 

But, Harris does at least understand how unpopular that belief is.

“And so these are issues that we must confront, and it does not help to heal our country, to unify us as a people, to ignore the realities of that.  And I think the President has been outstanding, and a real national leader on the issue of saying let’s confront the realities, and let’s deal with it, knowing we all have so much more in common than what separates us, and the idea is that we want to unify the country, but not without speaking truth and requiring accountability as appropriate.”

Harris is talking out both sides of her mouth, and Americans know it.

She never wants to say that America is a racist nation because that could turn off some of her more moderate base, so instead, she uses a lot of buzzwords that those who support the idea of critical race theory understand.

It’s almost as if she’s trying to speak in code as to not offend one side or the other.

Sorry, Kamala, but the public is on to you.

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