Kamala Harris Shocks With Absurd Anti-White Hurricane Plan

Mounting issues!  After saying that “communities of color” would be preferred while providing relief following Hurricane Ian, Kamala Harris has continued to draw fire for her remarks.

She spoke with Priyanka Chopra at the Democratic National Board’s Women’s Leadership Conference on Friday, Sept 30, and stated, “We have to approach this in a way that is about allocating resources based on fairness, realizing that we fight for equality, but we also need to fight for equity.”

“If we want individuals to be treated equally,” the vice president continued, it is imperative that we take “inequalities into account.”

Regarding the approaching midterm elections, Harris said at the discussion that she moderated that it was critical to “do everything we can in the next 39 days to remind people what is at stake in these elections.”

Several politicians and authority people, including Christina Pushaw, the rapid response director for FL Gov. Ron DeSantis, spoke out against the 57-year-old’s statement.

“This is not true. The @VP’s rhetoric needs to be explained because it is overly alarming. Regardless of ethnicity or origin, FEMA Individual Assistance is already available to any Floridians affected by Hurricane Ian,” Pushaw tweeted.

A fellow at the American Enterprise Institute named Sadanand Dhume questioned why people made “race and gender the center of everything. Real people don’t talk like this,” he wrote in a tweet, adding that everyone affected, including “black, brown, purple, and green” individuals, should anticipate assistance from the government.

Despite months of secret feuding, Kamala Harris claims she will support Joe Biden as the Democratic Party’s nominee for president in 2024.

Elon Musk was also prepared to disagree with Harris’ viewpoints, stating that resources should be distributed according to need rather than on “race or anything else.”

Following President Joe Biden’s suggestion that Harris is presidential material, there has been a backlash to her views. He reminded visitors gathered at the White House that “Kamala won’t be the last woman to hold the office of vice president or president.”

According to state officials, as of September 30th, at least 23 people had perished in Florida as a result of Hurricane Ian. However, the true death toll might be greater.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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