Devin Nunes assaults Kamala Harris with a brand new racist conspiracy concept
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) claimed that the country’s first African-American vice president would eliminate the white male governors of New York and California.
Devin Nunes: * pushes for a completely insane conspiracy theory about Cuomo and Newsom *
Maria Bartiromo: “That makes sense to me.” pic.twitter.com/UiWgPG5niS
– Aaron Rupar (atrupar), February 28, 2021
Nunes said on Fox News’ Sunday Morning Futures, “What they are doing here, I think they are doing here, is that Cuomo and Newsome are now dispensable. You are a threat to the Politburo system. You’re a threat to Harris because before all this stuff about Cuomo was long known, the point is to eliminate the opposition so that it can run free in 2024 and not be challenged by prominent governors from two of the largest states. “
The Nunes conspiracy theory attacks Harris on several levels. The dog whistle a powerful woman of color is trying to eliminate white men was impossible to miss. Nunes also works on some of the GOP standard nonsense about Harris being a socialist and Joe Biden not really being responsible.
It’s weird that Nunes would start circulating this conspiracy theory when Donald Trump tampered with the 2020 Republican primary, and his CPAC speech on Sunday is about getting the people out of the Republican race in 2024 so he can have a clear path to the Nomination has.
Republicans can’t scare their constituents with Joe Biden, so Kamala Harris is the new black person for the right to fear.
Kamala Harris will run for president again one day, but if Joe Biden desires a second term he will be the Democratic candidate in 2024, but Republicans are already sowing the seeds of racism against Vice President Harris.
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Mr. Easley is the Founder / Executive Editor, White House Press Pool, and a Congressional Correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His thesis focused on public order with a specialization in social reform movements.
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