In an interview at the ESSENCE Fest of Culture in New Orleans on Saturday, epically incompetent Vice President Kamala Harris encouraged abortion supporters to stay engaged in politics and not be disillusioned by the SCOTUS decision overturning Roe v. Wade.
“Don’t hear, ‘It can’t be done.’ Don’t hear, ‘Nobody like you has done this before,’” she said. “I like to say, ‘I eat no for breakfast.’”
She likes to say a lot of things. Indeed, she has become notorious for delivering childlike, incomprehensible ramblings that lend themselves to instant internet memes.
“What essentially has happened is the statement has been made that the government has a right to come in your home and tell you, as a woman and as a family, what you should do with your body,” she claimed.
Fact check: that is not what has happened, nor is it the message of the SCOTUS decision, which simply returned the issue of abortion to the states.
“We have to recognize we’re a nation that was founded on certain principles that are — that are grounded in the concept of freedom and liberty,” she said. Yes, and those concepts have nothing to do with constitutionally protecting infanticide.
She went on to compare the decision, predictably, to slavery, noting that the government once tried to “claim ownership over human bodies.”
Once again: the SCOTUS decision did not grant government “ownership over human bodies.” But truth is not a Democrat value, and Kamala is not a smart person.