Peggy Noonan’s Racist “Karen” Attacks on Kamala Harris

Peggy Noonan recently delivered a Wall Street Journal critique that lacks credibility: by attacking Senator Kamala Harris
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Conservative writer Peggy Noonan recently delivered a Wall Street Journal critique that lacks credibility: by attacking Senator Kamala Harris as being somehow "insubstantial" and "frivolous"--while speaking of Donald Trump in positive terms.

Who else is counting down the days until the presidential election is over?

Every week there is some new attack on Blackness or Black womanhood that makes us all immediately incensed at the blatant racism still running rampant throughout our governments, corporations and especially in the media.

In her latest column for The Washington Post titled “A Good Debate and It’s Not Quite Over,” author Peggy Noonan, a former Reagan speechwriter, wrote a scathing paragraph dedicated to Sen. Kamala Harris.

Noonan was triggered by Harris’ choice to dance in the rain to her Mary J. Blige campaign song, “Work That” during a campaign stop in Florida last week.

The article was supposed to be centered on Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden’s debate performance and all the speculation around who will win the presidency.

Noonan assigns very interesting adjectives to Trump throughout the piece, “controlled,” and “smart,” but then towards the end, used two paragraphs to bring up Harris and even Barack Obama, without any mention of Trump’s running mate, Mike Pence.

So we know what’s happening here.

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