12 reasons to fear Kamala Harris becoming vice president — and likely president By Lianne Laurence for Life Site News
GNN Note – We believe Kamala Harris (Horizontal Harris) is the actual candidate, as anyone with two brain cells can see that Biden is very rapidly transforming. We are not attacking, we feel for Mr Biden and his family for his situation, that doesn’t take away from the fact that he will have to make decisions regarding nuclear weapons. #END
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s running mate is a ruthlessly ambitious political opportunist whose principles appear to shift — except on abortion.
If Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is elected president of the United States on November 3, given his age, general frailty, and evident cognitive deterioration, he may run the country for not even a full single term.
And in that case, vice president Kamala Harris will take over.
Indeed, President Donald Trump was not alone in suggesting that the real reason House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) introduced a 25th Amendment commission on removing a “mentally unfit” president was to ensure a smooth transfer of power from Biden to Harris, should the Democrats win.
Harris, 56, is primarily defined as the first black person (she is, in fact, biracial: her mother was from India and a member of the Brahmin, or top Hindu caste, and her father is from Jamaica) and third woman to run for vice president for a major party.
But a quick survey of Harris’s 27-year-long political career in California and steady rise in the Democratic Party reveal a ruthlessly ambitious political opportunist whose principles appear to shift according to her political debts, with the exception of abortion, where she is completely in lockstep with Planned Parenthood.
Here are 12 highlights from that career that demonstrate there is good reason to fear a Harris administration:
1. Her pro-abortion record. Harris voted twice against the Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, which would require abortion facilities to transfer babies born alive to a hospital. She opposed the confirmations of Supreme Court justices Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, and Amy Coney Barrett. She also opposes the Hyde Amendment, which prohibits direct federal funding of elective abortions, and she wants to “codify” Roe vs. Wade, the 1973 pro-abortion Supreme Court ruling that essentially imposed abortion on all states.
2. Harris used her office on behalf of Planned Parenthood. Most egregiously, during her 2016 run for Senate, Harris’s office conducted a raid on the apartment of David Daleiden, the lead investigator for the Center for Medical Progress, which exposed Planned Parenthood’s trafficking in aborted baby body parts.