She’s lost all her marbles.
According to CNS News, Sen. Kamala Harris stated that protests must go on in America.
Stephen Colbert asked Harris, “Because it seems to me it has to be sustained in order to maintain the pressure and to maintain that commonality of purpose for people of all races in the United States to bring this kind of justice that is being called for. How important is it for these protests to continue?”
‘It’s critically important,” Harris responded to Colbert.
“And I am going to tell you something. I made a very conscience decision to become a prosecutor,” Harris said. “I grew up in a community that was not always on the best end of law enforcement in terms of how the laws were applied. There’s not a black man I know—be he a relative or a friend—who has not been the subject of some form of racial profiling or excessive force.” You can read the full article here.