Last August, the final nail was put in the coffin to end Senator Kamala Harris’ campaign. It was already on life support after the brutal beating she took from Tulsi Gabbard in a previous debate.
She was asked by CNN’s John Berman about employer-based insurance plans and she admitted that she would end the plans if elected president in 2020.
She will probably flip on this again after she realizes Americans won’t vote for it!
CNN’s Berman gets Kamala Harris to admit that she will end your employer-based insurance plans. pic.twitter.com/t49ujnfHl1
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) August 1, 2019
Harris said to Jake Tapper in January that she would ban private health insurance: “Let’s ban all of that.”:
The interview below should confirm for everyone that Kamala Harris wants to complete what Barack Obama started. The only difference is she’s not lying to us as Obama did.
Remember when Obama said that if you like your healthcare plan, you can keep it, and then everyone lost their healthcare plans?
Senator Kamala Harris is going full out and telling you the truth: If you like your healthcare plan, you can’t keep it…
Listen to Harris talk about how she believes private companies will just go away…She’s living in another universe.
It’s no wonder Harris hasn’t a clue about business or government. She got her start as the mistress for the Mayor of San Francisco and then worked her way up:
“The elephant in the room” just made noise in a big way…
Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown had been silent about his extramarital affair with Kamala Harris up until now.
He just broke his silence and we think Kamala might not be too happy about that.
The former San Francisco Mayor admitted in his weekly column that he used his powerful posts to help her career when they dated.
Yes, Brown was openly having an affair with Harris when he was speaker of the California State Assembly and running for mayor. On the night Brown was elected mayor, Harris gave him a hat that said “Da Mayor”
Up until now, Harris and Brown have both avoided addressing Brown’s role in her early political career.
In Brown’s latest column in the San Francisco Chronicle, he referred to the relationship with Harris as the “elephant in the room”. He also acknowledged that he used his influential position to help Harris’s political career and bank account:
“Brown put Harris on part-time posts that supplemented her prosecutor’s salary with nearly $100,000 in extra annual pay.”
“I’ve been peppered with calls from the national media about my ‘relationship’ with Kamala Harris, most of which I have not returned.”
“Yes, we dated.”