VP & POTUS Foulups-She Botched Juneteenth History- They Both Loved Corrupt Gillum


VP & POTUS Foulups-She Botched Juneteenth History-

They Both Loved Corrupt Gillum

This little article is a twofer. 

Vice President Kamala Harris bungled a history lesson related to the  Juneteenth holiday on Monday.  “I think that we all know today is a day to celebrate the principle of freedom,” Harris told a group of about two dozen elementary school-age children. “And think about it in terms of the context of history, knowing that black people in America were not free for 400 years of slavery.”

Ooopsie.  Actually, the number is 246. She’s only off by over a century and a half.  Harris said this as part of some brief remarks where she used the words free or freedom an utterly cringeworthy two dozen times.  Look for it if you want a chuckle.  

This foul-up comes at a time when Kamala Harris and Joe Biden’s favorite Florida gubernatorial candidate, Andrew Gillum, was indicted on a number of serious charges.  Here’s some of the love our current VP and POTUS blindly showered on a deeply flawed man.

During an October 2018 campaign event in Tampa, Biden praised Gillum as “one of the most exciting, new, young leaders in the nation” and described the November election as “reclaiming America’s soul, for real.”  Andrew is now very busy trying to reclaim his own soul, “for real”, and we wish him well.

After Gillum won the Democratic Party’s nomination in August 2018, Harris tweeted, “He’s a strong progressive leader and will make a great Governor of Florida!”  That would be only if he’d been immediately arrested after the swearing-in and chosen Ron DeSantis as his Lt. Governor.

“We need to do everything we can to elect @AndrewGillum,” Harris tweeted that October. “Call up your friends in Florida. Knock on doors. The stakes couldn’t be higher.”  Did she mean higher than Andrew?

Finally, upon her candidate’s loss, Kamala blamed “voter suppression”.

Of course, she did.  

Of course, they did, exactly what they shouldn’t have.  Every day is an “opposite day” with these two, and the nation continues to pay a huge price.  

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