It’s time for the speechwriters for all the surviving Democratic candidates (except maybe Tulsi Gabbard) to write their obituaries for Kamala Harris’ presidential campaign, which came to an end Tuesday. Pete Buttigieg praised Harris for always being a voice for the voiceless.
.@KamalaHarris has spent her career advocating for the voiceless and the vulnerable. I am grateful for her leadership and the courage she brings to the Senate and the national debate. I know she will continue to fight fearlessly on behalf of the American people—and our democracy. https://t.co/63Y6vryasv
— Pete Buttigieg (@PeteButtigieg) December 3, 2019
She really, really has not. https://t.co/PpV3GIbrM6
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) December 3, 2019
Nothing against Kamala but that first sentence???? https://t.co/7hGevDX85h
— Dogs4Bernie (@BernieDogs4) December 3, 2019
She hasn’t and she won’t. https://t.co/26VvbAQ3IP
— Greeneyed Snoopy (@sandi_libramoon) December 3, 2019
This statement is inconsistent with her actual record, bro. https://t.co/vUAjRUjOgu
— Rev. Ducati? (@Reverend_Ducati) December 3, 2019
That's actually the opposite of what she did, but okay. https://t.co/yw0bayrA3X
— Derek E. Brown ⚖️?? (@DerekEBrownEsq) December 3, 2019
I mean she hasn’t but… politics.
— Nate Silver Stan Account ? (@AspiringNeolib) December 3, 2019
Advocating…jailing small time marijuana users. Same same.
— Zombie John Gotti (@ZombieJohnGotti) December 3, 2019
Kamala Harris literally locked up the poor and marginalized for a living. https://t.co/ElEdY3gHaY
— Christo Aivalis (@christoaivalis) December 3, 2019
You misspelled jailing the voiceless and vulnerable. https://t.co/dRRPGYWUUs
— godzillo (@godzillotweets) December 3, 2019
That's just not true. She prosecuted poor parents for truancy. https://t.co/nVMV0weFoN
— Atlee Solomon ???? (@SolomonAtlee) December 3, 2019
Nice to know her contribution to the voiceless and vulnerable was to send them to prison for school tardies in CA.
BTW, where is your city on the map? Heard you don't know much about your town. https://t.co/ltAy4BUhVS
— Javier Vasquez (@JavierVasquez85) December 3, 2019
Cop talking about another cop's resignation https://t.co/YaC1vwXUye
— Skylar ? (@puppybearuniver) December 3, 2019
This is…the weirdest thing I've ever seen anybody say about Kammy. https://t.co/XobmYeyJfU
— Celine D. Ryan? (@celinedryan) December 3, 2019
“[A]dvocating for the voiceless”? https://t.co/q63F9NqRRY pic.twitter.com/GIC3A1v0ZQ
— D.E. (@tkdylan) December 3, 2019
Don’t forget, Harris actually dedicated a page of her Senate campaign website to collect donations for Planned Parenthood. And as a Senate candidate and California Attorney General, Harris opened an investigation into whether the undercover videos by the Center for Medical Progress of Planned Parenthood staffers talking about the sale of baby parts violated any laws. But yeah, the vulnerable and voiceless.
Please don't make this Kiss Ass president, America. https://t.co/beFyJGksvo
— Abolish the Filibuster! (@theminorchords) December 3, 2019
Someone needs the black vote https://t.co/D3MJ6Fugf5
— Moe Szyslak (@PubOperator) December 3, 2019
He needs to nab that 3.8% fast.
— Cody Murphy (@CodyDMurphy) December 3, 2019
And if you had Pete Buttigieg writing an obituary for Kamala Harris's campaign, come claim your prize. https://t.co/xjr5QUmS0e
— Jeffrey Bergman (@JeffRWLawyer) December 3, 2019
'Doesn't remember who she is'? Former prosecutor (and eternal cop) Kamala Harris decries the War on Drugs and 'mass incarceration' https://t.co/2BsrzjYKv9
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 29, 2019
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