Democratic Presidential contender Kamala Harris is having a hard time drumming up support for her campaign. She is not in the last place, but she still trails well behind other candidates such as former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders.
The video was taken in New Hampshire while Kamala Harris met with just a dozen supporters.
Kamala Harris is welcomed by a sea of supporters.
Ooops, I mean puddle.
Nobody in our Country wants you anywhere near being President of our United States…
— Cody (@buzzman888) August 25, 2019
Kamala Harris was last seen on Sunday in Greensboro, N.C. at Smith High School on a campaign stop. She talked to voters about what she is calling the “3 a.m. agenda:” the severe problems that are keeping Americans up at night.
Harris is a U.S. Senator from California and is the second African-American woman to be elected to the United States Senate.
“And so fight we will. And fight we must, knowing this is a fight that is born out of optimism,” Senator Harris announced. “This is a fight that is born out of knowing and believing and having faith in what can be unburdened by what has been.”
Kamala Harris draws a crowd of 12 people in New Hampshire.
Donald Trump draws a crowd of 12,000 people in New Hampshire.
This is why we don't listen to the fake polls! #Election2020
— Paris Wade 🇺🇸 (@parisswade) August 26, 2019
She also spoke to a Church congregation on Sunday in Durham, N.C. about her faith and her run for President.
“I was taught that when you want to praise God, then praise God through your actions as well as your words,” Harris said.
The Trump administration has released the following statement on Harris: “Whether she was intentionally keeping bail rates high or refusing to release minor offenders from prison to use inmates for cheap labor, Kamala Harris has a controversial record on criminal justice issues. As California’s ‘top cop,’ Harris went as far as jailing parents for their children missing school. North Carolinians deserve to know Kamala Harris’ prosecutorial record does not match her campaign rhetoric.”
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