Kamala Harris Uses Peculiar Wording Possibly Bringing Into Question Her Stance on Size of Gov't

Nick Kangadis | June 27, 2019
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Amidst the chaos of an out of control exchange between many of Thursday night's participants in the Democrat debates, once everyone calmed down, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) used a very peculiar choice of words. Those words could either be emblematic of the left's typical stance of ever-growing government or it could've been a flub on the spot.

We'll let you decide.

"America does not want to witness a food fight," Harris began before continuing to the rest of her statement, "they want to know how we're going to put food on their table."

The "we're" is where people might question her intentions on just how large Harris would want the government to grow to should she succeed in her quest for the Oval Office.

Did Harris just misspeak, or was her use of "we're" intentional?

Again, watch below and decide for yourself: