Fox News Points Out How Sen. Harris Campaigned on Radical Policies


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While the liberal media was trying to gaslight the country into believing that Joe Biden’s new running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris was a “pragmatic moderate,” Fox News Channel’s Special Report did not shy away from exposing the radical policies Harris pushed while running for president. Between eliminating private health insurance and decriminalizing border crossings, there was a lot to cover.

At the top of her report, correspondent Kristin Fisher pointed out how Harris has flip-flopped when it came to supporting the police after the death of George Floyd and riots crisscross the country:

KRISTIN FISHER: As protests surged in the wake of George Floyd's death, Senator Kamala Harris never explicitly called for defending the police, but she did say this:

SEN. KAMALA HARRIS (D-CA): We need to reimagine how we are achieving public safety in America.

“It’s a change for the former top cop from California, who earned a reputation as being pro-police,” Fisher said, noting that Harris rarely prosecuted any officers when a civilian was killed. But after recalling how Harris had raised her hand for increasing beat cop patrols, Fisher recalled how, “two months ago, she told The New York Times that, quote, ‘It is status-quo thinking to believe that putting more police on the streets creates more safety. That’s wrong.’”


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