Kamala Harris Runs For President Should African Americans Listen?


Attorney Antonio Moore and Political Commentator Yvette Carnell evaluate the Kamala Harris 2020 presidential campaign. The two look at her prosecutorial history, her background, and her policy in deciding her viability as a choice for Black America in 2020. Comparing her to Corey Booker, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders and President Barack Obama. They particularly point out issues around #AmericanDOS and African American heritage in their critique. #kamalaharris'

A Problem for Kamala Harris: Can a Prosecutor Become President in the Age of Black Lives Matter? - She’s running for president as a progressive, but as attorney general of California, she criminalized truancy — making it a crime for kids to be late for school and dragging into the criminal justice system even more disproportionately low-income, predominantly black and Latino families. She’s overlooked the misconduct of her prosecutors and fought to uphold their wrongfully secured convictions. She defended California’s choice to deny gender reassignment surgery to a transgender inmate, and in 2014, she appealed a federal judge’s holding that the death penalty was unconstitutional. 

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