Kamala Harris Drops Out Of Democratic Primary — Leftists On Twitter Cry Racism And Sexism

Written by K. Walker on December 3, 2019

Senator Kamala Harris finally put the nail in the coffin of her very sad Presidential run today.

It’s about time. That thing was limping along like a zombie extra from The Walking Dead.

It was a bit of a shocker that Harris with her intersectional street cred couldn’t crack the single-digit polling numbers in the post-Obama, post-Hillary election run.

She tried.

She pandered, she ranted, she went on the radio and told a black audience that the female AG who was tough-on-crime smoked pot in college while listening to Snoop Dogg — but that was an obvious lie unless she is a time traveler. Whatever. It angered her Jamaican dad. Harris demanded that Twitter censor the President, but still, her campaign came off as fake and pathetic. She didn’t stand out from the pack except for the moment that she berated Joe Biden on the 40-odd-year-old policy on bussing and reaching inside the Democratic caucus to work with segregationists.

Her own history as California’s Attorney General who was tough on drug crime came back to bite her in the backside as so beautifully displayed when Tulsi Gabbard completely owned her during one of the debates. 

And let’s not forget what her tyrannical rule would look like — her commitment to push abortion on demand with no apology at the federal level, take private healthcare insurance from Americans, attack our democratic institutions, seize patents, impose her will by force bypassing Congress, and curtail the First and Second Amendment rights, and as she revealed in the Kavanaugh confirmation process, bypass due process. What a peach!

In the crowded primary race, Harris struggled to raise money. Consistently.

But now, it’s over.

There were signs that it wasn’t going to happen, but they were ignored.

Frankly, it was all over after this tweet:

Hillary did that and it didn’t go well for her.

So much for being a “top-tier” candidate.

She had her fan in alleged conservative WaPo contributor, Jennifer Rubin.

Uh… no. Harris was fake, awkward, and frankly, annoying. Her cackle made me think of the Wicked Witch of the West, and she did that same nervous Hillary laugh when she was lying. She laughed a lot. It wasn’t joy it was prevarication.

A panel on MSNBC said that it’s just so much harder for women and especially women of color to succeed. Beto O’Rourke, the Next Big Thing™ who dropped out of the race before Harris could not be reached for comment. (He’s probably eating dirt and standing on a countertop somewhere.)

Nutty actress Amber Tamblyn thinks that Kamala Harris pandering to the transgender community by announcing her preferred pronouns at the LGBTQ+ townhall is somehow a victory for women.

Conservative comedian Tim Young called it early:

Yes, Tim. Indeed it does. At least, that’s according to Democrat primary voters.

A HuffPo writer weighs in:

Fake Republican, Ana Navarro-Cárdenas, had to mention race and gender.

Charlotte Clymer, an LGBTQ+ activist, is talking racism and sexism…

Clymer isn’t alone. It seems to be the thing to do on Twitter today.

MJ Lee, a political correspondent for CNN noted that as of right now, the next Democratic debate is going to be a stage full of white people.

MSNBC’s Joy Reid had three whole tweets about the “indifference” towards Harris, Castro, or Booker. Weirdly, in her rant against the lack of diversity, Reid seems to have forgotten a couple of visible minority candidates — Tulsi Gabbard is a Pacific Islander who is also Hindu and the oft-ignored Andrew Yang.

Behold a writer from Teen Vogue:

A writer from Rolling Stone:

Ebony magazine writer and CNN opinion contributor:

But it’s not just about racism and sexism — it’s that it takes big bucks to run for President. With such a crowded race, Harris has been struggling to raise money from the get-go.

According to Harris’s announcement, it’s a money issue.

My campaign for president simply doesn’t have the financial resources we need to continue.

I’m not a billionaire. I can’t fund my own campaign. And as the campaign has gone on, it’s become harder and harder to raise the money we need to compete.

Source: Medium

Cue the “Blame Bloomberg” tweets…

One of the new “woke” screenwriters, Preeti Chhibber, who wrote Spider-Man: Far From Home weighed in:

This Bernie Bro:

Liz Warren:

CNN’s political correspondent is back with another thought:

A freelance writer who has appeared in WaPo, NYT, CNN, Daily Beast, Playboy, and Teen Vogue:

The editor-at-large of Time, ladies and gentlemen:

Some were actually thinking that it was a good thing that the former California Attorney General dropped out of the race. Arresting and detaining criminals is “problematic” these days.

But there are some cuts that are just painful.

Like this polite tweet by Tulsi Gabbard after plunging a sword through Kamala’s campaign on live television during one debate then following with a coup de grâce at the next.

Fact Check: True.

Of course, this means that Harris could still be selected as a Running Mate. But she’s bashed Biden, blamed Bloomberg, and well, Liz Warren already identifies as a woman of color, so… good luck, Kamala. You’ll need it.

ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, former Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll and on Gettr @KarenWalker