So basically Kamala in her attempt to appeal to her liberal base heartily agreed with the audience member who called President Trump retarded, then when this gets exposed to the general public she claims that she didn’t hear the comment. Then she “apologized” for laughing.
Left-wing hypocrites and double standards:
I once said “mentally retarded” on Twitter and got banned.
How come @KamalaHarris is allowed to endorse that kind of language?
— Raheem Kassam (@RaheemKassam) September 7, 2019
Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., claimed Saturday that she didn’t hear an audience member at a New Hampshire town hall Friday call President Trump “mentally retarded” and apologized for laughing after the comment.
“When my staff played the video from my town hall yesterday, it was upsetting,” Harris tweeted Saturday. “I didn’t hear the words the man used in that moment, but if I had I would’ve stopped and corrected him. I’m sorry. That word and others like it aren’t acceptable. Ever.”
Video of the incident includes the following exchange:
Audience member: “What are you going to do in the next one year to diminish the mentally retarded actions of this guy?”
Harris: “Well said.” (Giggles.) “Well said. Well, I plan to win this election, I’ll tell you that.”
“I heard him talk about the other stuff and then that came later and it was not something that I really heard or processed or I in any way condone. That’s for sure,” Harris told CBS News on Saturday. More
She said, “Well said” after the guy finished talking and she laughed. WHY? Because she did hear him. Now she’s acting all shocked.
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When my staff played the video from my town hall yesterday, it was upsetting. I didn’t hear the words the man used in that moment, but if I had I would’ve stopped and corrected him. I’m sorry. That word and others like it aren’t acceptable. Ever. https://t.co/mNmo1hyNpW
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) September 7, 2019
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