Vice President Kamala Harris has warned that democracy can only exist if Democrats remain in power forever.
During an interview with NBC’s Chuck Todd on Sunday, Harris said the Senate filibuster rule should be discarded for Democrat priorities, but believed it should be maintained for everything else.
Thefederalist.com reports: Todd: “Are you comfortable that this could end the legislative filibuster for good, probably, even if you only try to do it for two issues?”
Harris: “No, I’m not. No I’m not.”
She said the country needs a president who will “speak up and raise the alarm” about those “who right now are vividly not defending our democracy.” Then she excused Democrats who actively supported and elevated Republican primary congressional candidates who voiced skepticism about the 2020 election.
Back to the tape…
Todd: “When you see the Democratic Party and some parts of the party funding ads to promote some of these election deniers in primaries… Is this something you’d be comfortable with?”
Harris: “I’m not going to tell people how to run their campaigns, Chuck.”
She professed to be deeply dedicated to ensuring the world witnesses America’s dedication to “the importance of democratic principles, rule of law, human rights.” Then she undermined our highest court, accusing the justices of being politically motivated.
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