The “Bimbo in Chief” vice president native of India offered her inarticulate, illiterate and limited English answer about inflation and it was a mutha fuckin’ doozy

Harris proves daily that the children of Third World aliens and immigrants are not rooted, studied and prepared enough to lead the United States of America

CLEVELAND, OHKamaladevi Harris is no Condoleeza Rice.  She can’t be as an illegal Indian alien’s daughter born under the 1950 McCarran-Walters Act in 1964; and who is not an American Negro by any stretch of a sane person’s imagination.  Not a drop of her Jamaican slave owner’s blood is associated with the DNA of a George Washington Carver who without a degree identified 326 ways to use a peanut every other race of people only ate.

Indians have 33 crore gods.  A crore in India is the word for 10 million.  33 times 10 million is 330 million gods.  The last I checked our intellectually brilliant Birmingham, Alabama raised sister, Rice, worshipped only one God like the majority of American Christians.  Seriously.  How many American Negroes has anyone ever seen with a red bindi dot on their forehead?

I recently watched a snippet of Harris’ response to a question Jennifer Jacobs of Russian-owned Bloomberg News asked about inflation.  Jacobs wanted to know how Harris and Biden planned to prevent “Build Back Better” from exacerbating inflation and how they were going to fix current inflation.  Two part simple question.  The snippet shared on Chinese owned Tik Tok looped Harris’ brief answer.  Her illiterate words were as follows.

Let’s start with this.  Prices have gone up.  And … families and individuals are dealing with the realities that bread costs more and gas costs more.

Of course I knew that couldn’t be all Harris had to say on the topic and that the edited video was being used to demonstrate how Third World dumb she is as a politician.  So I searched for a more broader response and found it in a video Tommy Christopher shared in a Mediaite story on November 13, 2021.

THE VICE PRESIDENT: So, on the inflation piece: We, as I said earlier, fully appreciate the significance of things costing more. It’s a big deal. It’s a big deal.

And so, we are doing what we can, making it probably one of our highest priorities — I talk to the President about it often — one of our highest priorities. We need to bring cost down for the American people and, in particular, for working people and working families.

And again — I’ll go back to my previous point — that is why we have been pushing so hard since the beginning for Build Back Better, because it is absolutely and almost uniquely designed to do just that — to make it easier for people to live. And, for most Americans, making it easier for them to live means bringing the cost of living down, especially for essential services.

On the piece about paid family leave: Yes, it’s frustrating. It’s something I’ve been advocating for for years, as has the President, and it was in our initial proposal. And in terms of what we believe will actually address — again, a topic of conversation — the topic of conversation on the mainstage yesterday — inequities, the inequality of systems and structures.

We know that this is an issue that disproportionately affects women and working women. We know that in the United States — and I know around the world — we have seen working women, because of the pandemic, leave the workforce at the rate in the United States; the most recent number I saw is somewhere around 2 million women have left the workforce.

And let’s be clear about this: An issue that impacts working women not only directly impacts the economy of their household, it impacts the economy of our whole society.

When you lift up the economic status of women, you necessarily lift up the economic status of families, and all of society benefits.

So, yes, I’m frustrated. And it is, I think, a shame that we are not yet a leader on this. We have work to do. And that is why the President and I are committed to doing this work. It’s important, and it matters.

And again, I’ll go back to my previous point: You know, there are those of us who have been fighting for this for a long time, and there are many more who perhaps kind of heard about it but really saw it during the pandemic.

I mean, most recently, I had the TV on but I was doing some- — I was in a briefing, I think, so I was doing something else, so I didn’t hear. But it was an image of somebody doing a Zoom, and their — one child came in — (laughs) — and then the toddler came in after that, and then somebody came in and grabbed the two kids. And then, yesterday, we saw a different example of that. But, yeah, it’s a big issue.

A recent report on education revealed that Indians from India and Asians test 30 percent lower than Americans on their SAT’s.  It’s logical that they’re not as smart as home grown American children.  The difference is they roll the dice for all the top universities and get in on “diversity” instead of Americans whose ancestry includes the effects of legislated civil rights deprivations and suffering in this nation.

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Democrats and their pro-immigration thinking have our universities educating foreigners instead of Americans to study medicine, law, science and technology.  They’ve further and wrongly convinced “born in the US” alien children into believing their birth makes them legal.  Not if their parents entered the nation outside our jurisdiction and permission through legal means.

Colleges like Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland State University and Kent State University are filtering over 300,000 Chinese and 260,000 Asian Indians aliens instead of American children through our taxpayer funded schools.  They’re building an alien presence of educated Third Worlder’s who don’t want to leave and don’t want questions asked about how and why they’re still here.  President Harry Truman restricted our colleges and universities to educating no more than 24,000 aliens annually.  President William Clinton pushed the numbers beyond 500,000 and the number neared 2 million before last year’s “scamdemic.”

All the above background is necessary because it sets up why my intellectual bar for Harris is so low.  The illiterately curve-graded answer she offered about curing inflation was expected.  It took her twice to pass the California bar examination.

Kamala Iyer and then Devi Harris’ birth certificate.  Her mother lied about being a Caucasian.  A 1923 Supreme Court of the United States of America case prevented Indians from India from being naturalized as citizens even if they called themselves a Caucasian.

The idea of former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown’s “side piece” being one “Joe Biden heart attack” or “stroke” away from the presidency is offensive on so many nationalist and cultural levels.  It’s only because she was a partner in cheating on Brown’s wife that Harris was given opportunities in American politics.

Brown should be prosecuted for aiding Harris’ efforts at evading U.S. Immigration & Naturalization authorities.  It didn’t matter if she was sucking his dick.  The former San Francisco mayor should have checked with the U.S. Department of Labor to see if Harris was eligible to work and stay in the United States of America before he appointed or referred the Marxist raised illegal alien to a job anywhere during his time in office.

Rice’s superior intellect and personal accomplishments as a classically trained pianist typifies the American Negro culture Harris does not share with us.  In my view Rice would have even been a better representative of even a “single” woman.

U.S. Senator Kamala Harris and married ex-San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown were more public about their cheating together on his wife than Sneaky Azzed Joe, her fellow hoe, was when he snuck around behind a friend’s back with Jill.

Rice didn’t seek the presidency so my reference to her was illusory.  In all her news conferences Rice’s answers and speech patterns were a reflection of her studied intellect.  She had the vocabulary and articulation to explain every broad situation in understandable English.

In no interview has Harris ever impressed me as articulate or expansive in her use of English.  She’s never come across as studied.  It was the same with Barack Obama, Donald Trump and Biden.  None of them showed the depth of knowledge associated with knowing the “nuances” of a topic that went far beyond their intellectually lazy cliches.  Harris’ giggling and laughing instead of answering direct questions gives her the impression of being an alien who’s asked a question in a language she doesn’t understand so her answers are limited to the English she knows.

Harris lost me when she tried to associate herself with the American Negro community by calling herself a “Black.”  She wasn’t going to “Rachel Dolezal” her way into the presidency with my vote.  Harris’ Alameda County California birth certificate falsely lists her mother as a “Caucasian.”  Her alien mother, Shyamala Gopolan, was working the Third World “stay in America” scheme that got her scheduled for a deportation hearing from visa fraud in 1967.  I see a criminal who should be facing prosecution and deportation.  I don’t see a vice president.

Harris is not a legal citizen of the United States of America and is ineligible to serve as either vice president or president.  The man who asked her to be his running, another immigrant child, has dementia from his age and pharmaceutical side effects.

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