Kamala in 2020!

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Kamala Harris formally announced her bid for the White House in 2020 by declaring: “We are here because the American dream and American democracy are under attack and on the line like never before.”

She should know, because it’s under attack by too many Democrats generally and by her specifically. Her “American dream and American democracy” statement summarizes the schism between Kamala Harris’ words and her actions, actions that, at best, demonstrate a contemptuous disregard for the Constitution of the United States. At worst, her actions demonstrate an intention to change the Constitutional in ways you may live to regret.

The most obvious is the Second Amendment, which she does not even refer to on her official presidential website, but all you have to do is look at her record as California Attorney General, and her proudly-touted anti-gun statements. I could make a very strong argument that if the Second Amendment is lost, modified, or saddled with what Ms. Harris and others refer to as “common sense” restrictions, all the other amendments will become vulnerable in ways you will not enjoy, but let’s focus on some of the other Constitutional issues Ms. Harris feels are either unimportant or open to her personal progressive interpretation.

Notably, let’s look at the First Amendment. If Kamala Harris has the effrontery as a senator to oppose a man’s judicial nomination simply because of his Catholic faith, that is a direct assault on the very first clause of the First Amendment, a clause which specifically guarantees free exercise of religion. It is also a direct and egregious violation of the third clause of Article VI of the Constitution, which states, “no religious Test shall ever be required as a qualification to any Office of public Trust under the United States.”

Under Kamala Harris’ rule, John F. Kennedy would never have been allowed to run for president. Ask yourself if that would have been a good thing? Ask yourself if that is the America you wish to live in?

Some other questions you might want to ask: Is Kamala Harris only going to go after Catholics, or is she going to spread her umbrella to encompass all of Christianity? What about Presbyterians, or are they exempt? How about Baptists? How about Jews; will they be allowed to hold public office? Remember, Kamala Harris is one of only two senators on the Congressional Black Caucus (the other is Senator Corey Spartacus Booker), an organization that has embraced Lewis Farrakhan, the man who has avowed that Jews are his enemy. And while we’re at it, ask yourself if Muslims will also be banned from public office? Is Ms. Harris opposed to all religions, or just some?

For myself, I’ll just remember Matthew 7:15: “Beware of false prophets which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.” And in Matthew 7:16: “Ye shall know them by their fruits.”

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4 thoughts on “Kamala in 2020!”

  1. Personally I don’t care about her color or gender (that is to say it’s not a disqualifier) but there are many fools who will vote for her because of that not to mention her horrible “Progressive” ideology (my definition as they use it means Socialists, Marxists, Communists, neo-liberal fascists, etc).

  2. Hello JP,

    I mean no disrespect here, but have you been asleep for the past 20 years? With the War on Terror, the Bill of Rights has become almost non-existent. From Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning and journalists like James Risen publishing information the government didn’t want published, to a parade of Muslims sent to prison for contributing to charities claimed by the government to support terrorists, the 1st Amendment clearly no longer applies. We have the NSA monitoring every telephone call and all activity on the Internet (including this post), so goodbye to Number Four. The practice of pouring water down the throats of terrorists and other torture techniques to extract confessions violates both the Fifth and Eighth Amendments at once. The government loves to use secret evidence from intelligence agencies to get convictions, so the Sixth Amendment doesn’t apply either.

    Of course, you may be thinking that this is only being done to terrorists who have attacked the United States or their helpers, so no big deal, but then again, a terrorist is anyone the government says is a terrorist. What is keeping tomorrow’s definition of terrorist from being “anyone who doesn’t turn his guns over to the government”, “anyone who disagrees with illegal immigration”, or even “anyone who voted for Donald Trump in the last election”? The Constitution must apply to everybody or it will eventually apply to nobody.

    You have identified one person who may abuse the Constitution, but unless the War on Terror is ended, there will be more Kamala Harrises, and it only takes one.


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