Washington Post Headline Celebrates Homeland Of Kamala Harris’ Father. Here’s What Her Father Said About Her

You know you have a terrible candidate when you have to manufacture a story about them. Then again, the WaPo has a lot of experience in doing that since they only support Democrats.

Here’s what they wrote about Kamala Harris in an article titled, “Kamala Harris’s dad was from Jamaica, where a fierce woman warrior once fought slavery.”

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That woman was known as Nanny and she was Jamaica’s Harriet Tubman and her face appears on Jamaica’s $500 bill. But, here’s the thing.

Even though they posted a picture of Harris with a $500 bill with Nanny on it, there is absolutely no connection between the two except they are both women.

There is no doubt that Nanny was a great woman and that Jamaicans are better off today because she existed but who is better off under Harris. Besides pedophiles among the priesthood of the Catholic church.

Thanks to the many donations she received from various Catholic organizations, Kamala was able to see her way to bury the evidence. She prosecuted exactly zero priests.

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The Daily Wire suggested that the WaPo could have written a story about Donald Trump whose ancestors were Scottish with a picture of Trump and William Wallace (From Braveheart fame) and used that to promote the president although there is no connection between the two.

What they didn’t tell you is what Harris’s father said about her after her interview on smoking pot. She laughed about locking up over 1,500 people for smoking pot.

She was on the radio with Charlamagne tha Godand admitted that she smoked pot min college. She was asked if she was for legalization of marijuana and she answered:

“Half my family is from Jamaica. Are you kidding me?”

To which her father replied:

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“My dear departed grandmothers, as well as my deceased parents, must be turning in their grave right now to see their family’s name, reputation and proud Jamaican identity being connected, in any way, jokingly or not with the fraudulent stereotype of a pot-smoking joy seeker and in the pursuit of identity politics. Speaking for myself and my immediate Jamaican family, we wish to categorically dissociate ourselves from this travesty”

He probably feels the same way about the Biden/Harris campaign.

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