The following is mostly excerpted from an article at American Thinker by Andrea Widburg with some editing and embellishments by CtH. If you want to see the original, feel free. The link is below.
What’s most striking about Kamala is that, like Barack Obama, she has nothing in common with the American black experience. She did not come from a family that has traveled through generations of the American black experience. There’s no history of Southern slavery, no Reconstruction, and no being part of the endless variety of post-Reconstruction stories.
Some blacks struggled through the Jim Crow South, some reveled in the Harlem Renaissance, some roped cows in the Wild West, some were part of the single biggest American migration when they moved to the upper Midwest, some embraced the middle class, and some got sucked into the undertow of the underclass. Each is an American story.
Kamala’s bio, by contrast, is that of a first-generation immigrant and child of very educated parents. Her mother is a high-caste East Indian breast cancer scientist, while her father is a Jamaican-born economist who is an emeritus professor at Stanford. She grew up in liberal enclaves that were anything but racist and got a first class education.
All she’s really got to offer is her skin tone, her lady parts, and her generic hard-left résumé.
Otherwise, she’s impressively unimpressive. Her affect is flat and her personality is naggy, aggressive and snide. And her personal history stinks.
She did horribly in the primaries, because even the base couldn’t like her. But now she’s going to carry the ticket to victory?!
CLICK [:38] to hear Harris laugh snidely and say, “Yes, we can” when asked if a president can execute illegal orders.