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Kamala Harris slams Rand Paul for blocking anti-lynching federal bill

"In the history of our country, black people have been treated as less than human." With tears in her eyes, Kamala Harris slammed Rand Paul for blocking a bill that would make lynching a federal crime.

06/05/2020 3:02 PM
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  • Mary S.
    06/10/2020 14:31

    Also native americans

  • Russell N.
    06/10/2020 10:13

    SECOND TO HILLARY in the NO EMPATHY STAKES. CLEVER climbed to the top on her back.

  • Les S.
    06/09/2020 19:11

    America is BROKEN!!! From within🤔the main problem as I see it🤔as long as the rich ruling politicians are in power they will do everything they can to protect their cash cow's first,at the cost of HUMAN rights in America 🤔🤔🤔

  • AJ S.
    06/08/2020 23:48

    Theatrics

  • Barbara G.
    06/08/2020 21:29

    It’s so sad that this conversation has to exist in 2020. Whatever you think of her in politics, she is not wrong on this subject. No one can say that murder in any form is acceptable in the eyes on the law. Any person who says that lynching should not be outlawed is just a bigot. Plain and simple.

  • Colin N.
    06/08/2020 06:28

    So I suppose its legal then,to lynch people,start on republicans,or Rand Paul.

  • Steve P.
    06/06/2020 23:40

    THIS WOMEN GREW UP "ULTRA PRIVILEGED" ... I'M NOT BUYING HER BS!!!!

  • Candace B.
    06/06/2020 19:00

    Mama Bear is angry! Do you Ms. Harris.

  • Wayne E.
    06/06/2020 16:22

    FOOL!

  • Ralph O.
    06/06/2020 09:07

    Black race should start loving themselves and the color of their skin Michael Jackson change himself to be White because he is not proud of his color I love my color and proud to have a such color is God given nature

  • Jerry C.
    06/06/2020 05:34

    She's just another idiot. Why would anyone listen to her.

  • James D.
    06/06/2020 04:39

    Some trump lovers on this chat.

  • Joe S.
    06/06/2020 04:03

    Why ! Isn’t because they act as animal and they need respect to be considered as first class citizens

  • Kenneth H.
    06/06/2020 03:13

    Your full of it.

  • Angela L.
    06/06/2020 02:52

    I am uneducated on the history of this law, but dont we have hate crime laws? And isnt lynching considered attempted murder/murder? Plus if the bill was passed for 2 years, why does it have to be passed again? What additional does this law cover that murder and hate crimes dont?

  • Paul H.
    06/06/2020 02:50

    Go f yourself .not us .

  • Charles B.
    06/06/2020 02:24

    What a stupid statement!!

  • Niky Z.
    06/06/2020 01:04

    She has a history of lying, race pandering (that Jamaican accent thing😖), put more people in prison for marijuana and later years joked bout having one

  • John T.
    06/06/2020 00:26

    Joe, I know you don’t need California because you already have it, But you do need this strong, vocal, courageous woman as your second..

  • Jason D.
    06/06/2020 00:13

    There is a lot of conversation going about what types of changes need to be made in order to assure nationwide or even statewide police reform that matters. I found myself dumbfounded into giving a speech based on the merits of comparing Nurses to Cops as related to ethics and accountability by taking a look at the regulatory boards and how they differ. Take a look at the mission statement of TCOLE The mission of the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement, as a regulatory state agency, is to establish and enforce standards to ensure that the people of Texas are served by highly trained and ethical law enforcement, corrections, and telecommunications personnel. Now lat’s take a look at the Texas Board of Nursing The mission of the Texas Board of Nursing (BON or Board) is to protect and promote the welfare of the people of Texas by ensuring that each person holding a license as a nurse in this state is competent to practice safely. The Board fulfills its mission through the regulation of the practice of nursing and the approval of nursing educational programs. This mission, derived from the Nursing Practice Act, supersedes the interest of any individual, the nursing profession, or any special interest group. We need to place all the demands for all the reformations into a convenient to chant Police Practice Act. We need to reach out to Nurses and Medical Professionals across the nation to help bridge the gap regarding what the nurse practice act is, the fact that it has been around over a hundred years, started in North Carolina and is a simple pathway for law enforcement to emulate.