Kamala Harris threw her hat in the ring seeking the 2020 Democrat nomination for president.
And she is desperate to make headlines.
But she just crossed the line with this attack on Mike Pence.
The Democrat race for president is gearing up to be a contest of which candidate can be offended the most.
And Harris proved she will be a top contender when she made clear how triggered she was with the Vice President’s comments about limiting one-on-one meetings with women, such as never eating alone with women other than his wife.
“I disagree with most of what the vice president stands for, when he makes decisions about our LGBTQ community in a way that doesn’t understand that they should be entitled to full equality and all rights under the law as any other American,” Harris said.
“I disagree with him when he suggests it’s not possible to have meetings with women alone by himself. I think that’s ridiculous — the idea that you would deny a professional woman the opportunity to have a meeting with the vice president of the United States is outrageous.”
Harris was one of the first to come out against Brett Kavanaugh after allegations – which proved to be false – surfaced of sexual assault.
Harris immediately rushed to judgment and declared Kavanaugh guilty, hoping to destroy the Justice’s reputation and stop Trump’s second SCOTUS pick.
So, it’s a tad bit ridiculous to make the claim that Mike Pence – especially in the current political climate where sexual assault allegations are thrown out routinely in hopes of destroying political opponents – is “outrageous” because he limits his time with women other than his wife.
Harris crossed the line, and women who work the Vice President immediately came to his defense, bashing her on Twitter – including Kellyanne Conway, who’s worked with Pence for over a decade.
True. I’ve worked with @VP Mike Pence for 10 years.
He elevates, not excludes, women, giving equal weight to our opinions/advice.
And he’s a gentleman.
— Kellyanne Conway (@KellyannePolls) March 15, 2019
Hi, @SenKamalaHarris: I’m a female Senior Advisor to Mike Pence & am wondering why you are repeating this false claim? He’s elevated women to positions of leadership throughout his career & relies on their advice & counsel. Get your facts straight. https://t.co/oCTHKQpcdn
— Alyssa Farah (@VPPressSec) March 14, 2019
.@SenKamalaHarris, any suggestion that the @VP has not supported women is blatantly false and disrespectful. He has been a strong supporter and mentor to me throughout my entire career and, I would not be where I am today without his guidance. https://t.co/kZtYUtjgKV
— Administrator Seema Verma (@SeemaCMS) March 14, 2019
Last December, a longtime Harris aide was forced to resign after being slapped with a $400,000 sexual harassment lawsuit. The alleged sexual misconduct reportedly happened under Harris’ watch.
Harris’ comments shouldn’t come as a surprise. She holds a 100% pro-abortion record from Planned Parenthood.
As the former California Attorney General, she played a pivotal role in defending Planned Parenthood during the infamous baby-parts profiteering scandal.
In fact, Harris instead targeted and attempted to prosecute the people who blew the whistle on the barbaric practice.
But as we said, the Democrat presidential run will be a race for who can be offended the most.
That’s why Biden was forced to apologize to the PC mob after he called Pence a “decent man.”
How do you feel about Mike Pence’s choice to limit one-on-one meetings with women other than his wife? Is he right?
And did Kamala Harris cross the line when she attacked Mike Pence, given everything we know about sexual assault allegations?
Let us know in the comments!