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Leader of Anti-Trump 'Resistance' on Kamala Harris Dropping Out: 'Racism and Sexism!'

Leader of Anti-Trump 'Resistance' on Kamala Harris Dropping Out: 'Racism and Sexism!'
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., speaks in a Democratic presidential primary debate hosted by CNN/New York Times at Otterbein University, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019, in Westerville, Ohio. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

At the moment Kamala Harris ended her presidential campaign, we all knew that radical liberals would blame her epic (and expensive) failure on racism and sexism. I’m happy to say that they did, indeed, not disappoint. Anti-Trump activist Leah Greenberg leads the charge.

“No matter your candidate, you have to recognize that going from the most diverse field ever in January to a potentially all-white debate stage in December is catastrophic,” Greenberg writes on Twitter. “The implicit racism and sexism of ‘electability’ is deeply damaging to democracy.”

Now, please note that Democrats nominated Barack Obama in 2008 and that he actually went on to win the presidency (just in case anyone forgot). And not only did he win in 2008, but he was also reelected four years later. In both cases, Obama beat the Republican WASP candidate.

In other words, we can be quite sure that Kamala Harris’ public humiliation has absolutely nothing to do with racism. If it did, Obama would still be a community organizer somewhere in the no-go areas of Chicago.

As for the “sexism” part: in 2016 Democrats nominated Hillary Clinton. Although she often dresses like Mao Zedong or Kim Jong-un, she is still officially a woman. And no, I haven’t heard any news about her self-identifying as a man nowadays.

Greenberg’s complaint is therefore completely ridiculous. Democrats can be accused of many things but not of sexism or racism.

Oh, by the way: if the name Leah Greenberg sounds familiar to you, that’s because she made headlines back in 2017 when she and her husband founded an anti-Trump group called Indivisible. As former congressional staffers, the two try to “reveal best practices for making Congress listen.” What this basically means is that Greenberg and her hubby are far-left community organizers. Or, as I prefer to call them: agitators.

Also, I would just like to add this tweet: