Kamala Harris

U.S. Senator (CA)

Dropped-Out

Harris was previously supportive of President Trump’s action to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and has also traveled to Israel to meet with Israeli Prime-Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. However, she voted against legislation that would weaken efforts to boycott Israel in 2019, caved to anti-Israel radicals by boycotting the AIPAC conference in 2019, and refused to condemn Ilhan Omar for her anti-Semitic slurs. (San Francisco Chronicle 12/7/17 | The Times of Israel 2/8/19)


In an official statement, she called President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Iran Nuclear Deal a “reckless” one that “jeopardizes our national security and isolates us from our closest allies.” (harris.senate.gov | 05/08/2018)


Despite previously saying that immigrants need to “stand in line like everybody else” Harris has described the situation at the border as “a so-called crisis” and has consistently voted against any effort to fund additional border security, calling building a Wall “a waste of taxpayer money.” (Bloomberg, 1/18/19 | Kamala Harris Official Campaign Site)


On the development of U.S. missile defense system: “the development of these weapons will make us less safe”(Harris 2018, Statement to vote against the NDAA bill)


Harris says that she is “not a Democratic-Socialist”, but she has called for eliminating all private health-insurance in favor of a socialized medicine system for America. (CNN Town Hall, 1/28/19)

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