Kamala Harris, in an interview with Stephen Colbert, said that the “protests” are not going to stop, and that they should not stop.
As the rest of the Democrat party continues to ignore the violence plaguing our cities, the Vice Presidential nominee has gone further.
Harris’ full statement to Colbert was clearly unscripted, and rambling. “But they’re not gonna stop, they’re not gonna stop… This is a movement, I’m telling you. They’re not gonna stop, and everyone beware… Because they’re not gonna stop before election day in November, and they’re not gonna stop after election day. And that should be, everyone should take note of that. That this isn’t — they’re not gonna let up, and they should not. And we should not,” she said.
Kamala Harris says that the riots are not going to stop, ever, and to BEWARE. With a smile on her face. pic.twitter.com/xkwAUOMJcL
— 𝕔hi𝓁𝓁iຖ໐iˢ (@chiIIum) August 27, 2020
The mainstream media is not reporting on this. It is not being talked about anywhere.
The riots have been going on for more than 80 days in Portland, and many more cities. The Kenosha riots have continued for almost 5 nights. The destruction is only being shared on alternative media, Fox News, and within conservative spaces. Democrats and the mainstream media have largely ignored the violence, choosing to characterize the protests as “mostly peaceful”.
The federal government has finally sent in law enforcement to help quell the riots in Kenosha, as they had to wait for permission from the Wisconsin governor. Andy Ngo, the editor of the Post Millennial, has continued to cover the riots all over the country, and post information and videos on his Twitter:
Members of @Riotkitchen206 were arrested by authorities in Kenosha, Wisc. after police suspected that they were “preparing for criminal activity related to the civil unrest.” They were carrying a stash of commercial grade fireworks and gasoline canisters. https://t.co/dnfIXiFgDQ
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) August 28, 2020
If Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were in charge, there would be no federal intervention in these riots, as evidenced by their statements of support for the activists.