Kamala Laments America’s ‘Shameful Past’ and ‘Devastation’

October 14, 2021

In a virtual address to the National Congress of American Indians 78th Annual Convention on Tuesday — the day after Columbus Day — worthless Vice President Kamala Harris predictably smeared the European explorers who first landed in North America.

“Since 1934, every October, the United States has recognized the voyage of the European explorers who first landed on the shores of the Americas,” said Harris. “But that is not the whole story. That has never been the whole story.

“Those explorers ushered in a wave of devastation for Tribal nations — perpetrating violence, stealing land, and spreading disease,” she continued, parroting anti-American, faux historian Howard Zinn‘s disgusting propaganda. “We must not shy away from this shameful past, and we must shed light on it and do everything we can to address the impact of the past on Native communities today.”

After falsely claiming the voting rights of Native Americans are denied, Kamala then complained that “Native Americans are more likely to live in poverty, to be unemployed, and often struggle to get quality healthcare and to find affordable housing.” Naturally, she blamed this on systemic injustice: “This persistent inequity, this persistent injustice is not right.”

The persistent injustice is that Democrat policies continue to perpetuate this victimhood while claiming to champion minority rights.