Kamala Harris Supported Busing When She Was 7 Years Old
"I'm not going to let us engage on a debate stage for who's going to be the next president of the United States -- I’m not going to allow us to engage in revisionist history,” Harris said in a taping of the popular New York-based syndicated radio program "The Breakfast Club,"which aired Friday morning.
"I can't stand on that stage and allow certain conversations to be taking place," Harris told the radio hosts.
The only revisionist history has been coming from Kamala Harris, the daughter of wealthy foreign grad students who came of age in a fancy Montreal school, claiming that busing saved her from starving to death in the Confederate ghettos of Berkeley.
But, at least Kamala Harris unveiled a fourth or fifth position on busing.
When asked by host Charlamagne tha God if she's for or against busing, Harris said she was for the federally mandated policy at the time.
The "time" being 1971 when she was 7 years old?
Way to take a bold position.