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Kamala on 18 to 24 Year Olds: 'They Are Stupid'

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Democrat vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris called young people between the ages of 18 and 24, who are capable of voting in the 2020 election, “stupid,” in a speech resurfaced on the Internet since she was announced as Joe Biden’s running mate.

“What else do we know about this population, 18 through 24? They are stupid. That is why we put them in dormitories, and they have a resident assistant. They make really bad decisions,” Kamala Harris stated.

https://twitter.com/Kamel_D31/status/1293523585496223744?s=20

MEANWHILE…

Democrat vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris took to the streets with hate hoaxer Jussie Smollett back when Smollett was known as a television actor, prior to his hoax about being attacked and nearly lynched by imaginary Trump supporters in Chicago. Will Harris face questions on the campaign trail about her association with Smollett, considering that Cook County prosecutor Kim Foxx — who attempted to help Smollett avert prison time — considers Harris to be her “mentor”?

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Kamala Harris stood in solidarity with Smollett on January 15, 2018 at Los Angeles’ Kingdom Day Parade where Smollett and his sister Jurnee wore shirts supporting the “Time’s Up” progressive protest movement. The archived photos are used here in the interest of journalism.

 

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