Kamala Harris has two cards. And she plays them all the time.
During her failed presidential campaign, she repeatedly accused opponents, include Biden, and voters who didn’t support her, of racism and sexism.
Embracing the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade and restoring the abortion question to the states, Kamala is playing the same old tune. Only worse.
Vice President Kamala Harris on Saturday drew a connection between the Supreme Court overturning the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling to the legacy of the US government “trying to claim ownership over human bodies” during an appearance at the Essence Festival in New Orleans.
Comparing abortion laws to slavery at a black event is really something even for Kamala.
There’s room to make the comparison largely because in both cases the government, in response to vocal lobbying from interested groups, decided that a certain group of human beings had no rights and could be harmed with no recourse.
The legal analogy between babies and slaves is fairly obvious.
Kamala however is trying to argue that limiting the right of people to kill their babies is the government “trying to claim ownership over human bodies”.
Mind you, this is coming from the same administration that decided to “claim ownership over human bodies” by demanding that millions of people take a vaccine.