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  Posted 16 March 2019 - 11:21 PM

Despite verbal miscues, presidential hopeful Harris draws little criticism from voters
The Washington Post - Chelsea Janes - link

ST. GEORGE, S.C. —Before Sen. Kamala D. Harris (D-Calif.) stepped out of her white minivan, no presidential candidate had ever visited St. George, at least as far as any local officials could remember. But the shadow of the ever-growing Democratic field fell on Harris even here, when a young voter named Essence Williams asked her about fellow Democratic candidate Andrew Yang’s proposal to give $1,000 of basic income to every American ages 18 to 64.

“Do you think this program is feasible in our economic climate?” Williams asked. “And is it possible to increase the standard of living for low-income families?”

“I haven’t analyzed that policy,” Harris said, pivoting instead to discussions of how she hopes to reduce student loan debt and “uplift” young people.


After Harris finished, Williams said she “absolutely” still had questions about where Harris stood, even as she was grateful for the senator’s candor.

“It’s all about trust,” she said. “I’d rather she be honest with me [like that] and tell me she hasn’t looked into it.”

In the first weeks of Harris’s campaign, the 54-year-old has fielded criticism for equivocal and imprecise answers to questions about her stances on specific policies and her record as a prosecutor.
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Posted 17 March 2019 - 07:33 AM

Still that was a pretty good question that Essence asked and Harris dodged......I want to be a half glass full kinda guy and say there may be some (I said....some) hope that people like Ms. Williams will see through the ether the snake oil salesmen that are the democratic clown car running for POTUS are selling. The way that, in another article, Jewish voters are said to be angry with the Democrat party over this Omar resolution and walking away....to be Independents or (yikes!) Republicans!
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