Did Harris Just Compare Abortion Rights to Slavery?

Kamala Harris gets a bit crazier with every passing day.

We all know how she likes to pander when she has the focus of a minority audience, which is exactly what she had here.

So, what did Kamala do?

She equated abortion rights to slavery, and even some on the left are shaking their head that she is just going too far.

Not the Same

Harris, while appearing at an NAACP event, stated, “We know, NAACP, that our country has a history of claiming ownership over human bodies.”

That was a clear and disgusting nod to slavery.

She continued, “And today, extremists, so-called leaders are criminalizing doctors and punishing women for making healthcare decisions for themselves.”

You can see her speech in the video below…

Is anyone else reading this getting a little sick and tired of Democrats living off something that was present around the globe more than 200 years ago?

It is not like the United States was alone on this front at the time.

And why do they always seem to overlook that our country led the way in virtually every civil rights movement, including women’s rights and ending slavery?

How about looking at it that this country made more strides in civil rights in its first 200 years than other countries have in thousands.

No, the Democrats go with the negative, that slavery was in this country for almost half the time this country has been in existence.

You see, they push whatever fits their narrative, never telling the full story, just so they can keep pandering and tossing that race card out there if they think it will get them some votes.

Source: Breitbart


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