Competitors? Harvard’s first woman of color, Elizabeth Warren, cannot compete with Michelle Obama when they are compared in terms of their skin color and early background. Elizabeth Warren’s story about her percentage of Indian blood does not hold up.
California’s ‘woman of color’ attorney Kamala Harris comes across as strident compared with former first lady Michelle Obama. Though Michelle Obama often appeared angry she also had her garden and tried to improve food options for students per her views.
The Democrat ‘ pack of contenders’ are so similar with respect to ‘open borders’, ‘green agenda’ and free medical care for all who can get into the country. There will be push back. Michelle Obama may be the one ‘woman of color’ who most appeals. Can Miclelle Obama replace contender Joe Biden? Possible.
Kamala Harris used a July 13, 2019, tweet to renew her pledge to bypass Congress and enact executive gun control.
Harris tweeted: “Gun violence is the leading cause of death for young Black men in America. We must stop this. When president, I will take executive action to ensure guns do not fall into the wrong hands.”
On April 22, 2019, Breitbart News reported Harris’ plan to give Congress 100 days to pass new gun controls if she wins the White House. Should Congress fail to act, Harris made clear she would simply use executive orders to achieve the gun control she desires.
To date Harris has pledged executive action to require private gun sellers to conduct background checks on their sales, to direct the ATF to take away the license of any gun dealer who breaks the law, and to ban fugitives from buying guns.
Are people aged 18 – 24 “stupid”? So says Kamala Harris who seeks to be President in 2020.
During a keynote address at a symposium hosted by the Ford Foundation in 2015, Senator Kamala Harris, who at the time was the California attorney general, called people aged 18 to 24 “stupid.”
Kamala Harris said, “What’s the other thing we know about this population? And it’s a specific phase of life. And remember, age is more than a chronological fact. 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,” she added.
In 2011 the current San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon conferred Certificates of Completion of the program to eleven (11) graduates of Back on Track.Harris states she started a Back On Tracks program in 2015. No numbers are readily a available as to how many have completed the Back on Track program which Harris refers to.
Among other accomplishments, she is a former San Francisco District Attorney who — according to the San Francisco Examiner — knew of evidence tampering before the public or police chief knew of it.
The San Francisco District Attorney’s Office found itself under fire in early 2010 when it came to light that Deborah Madden, a drug lab technician for the city police, confessed to removing cocaine from evidence samples. Her admission resulted in the police lab’s testing unit closing and pending drug cases being dismissed. The police department also had to investigate cases already prosecuted due to Madden’s admission of evidence tampering.
During the scandal, it was asserted that the District Attorney’s Office knew of Madden’s evidence tampering. However, it remains unclear what information the district attorney knew about Madden and when Harris learned of the tech’s improprieties. The San Francisco Examiner has alleged that the District Attorney’s Office knew of the situation months before the public was told of the controversy and before the police chief himself learned of the news.
Kamala Harris is age 53 and grew up in Oakland, CA. Her mother, a M.D. took her daughter to Muslim temples to worship. Growing up, Harris visited India various times. Her father is Black and was, not sure when, employed as a professor at Stanford. Harris after graduating from Howard University and then Hastings College of Law was employed as a Deputy D.A. in Oakland. She then moved on.