The second night of the second round of the Democratic Party party did not go well for Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), to proved to be bitter after she was attacked by Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) over her record as an aggressive prosecutor.
“Well, I mean, listen,” Harris told CNN’s Anderson Cooper in a post-debate interview. “This is going to sound immodest, but I’m obviously a top-tier candidate so I did expect that I would be on the stage to take hits tonight because there are a lot of people trying to make the stage for the next debate.”
“Especially when people are at zero or one percent, or whatever she might be at,” Harris continued, referring to Gabbard. “So I did expect that I might take hits tonight.”
Harris then called Gabbard an “apologist” for Bashar Al-Assad, the Syrian president.
Sparks flew when Gabbard whacked Harris for her record as a prosecutor.
I want to bring the conversation back to the broken criminal justice system that is disproportionately negatively impacting black and brown people all across this country today. Now Senator Harris says she’s proud of her record as a prosecutor and that she’ll be a prosecutor president.
But I’m deeply concerned about this record. There are too many examples to cite but she put over 1,500 people in jail for marijuana violations and then laughed about it when she was asked if she ever smoked marijuana.
She blocked evidence — she blocked evidence that would have freed an innocent man from death row until the courts forced her to do so. She kept people in prison beyond their sentences to use them as cheap labor for the state of California.
Harris appeared disgusted by the attack on stage.
BREAKING: Kamala Harris responds to Tulsi Gabbard’s criticism in post-debate interview with Anderson Cooper. pic.twitter.com/p1OyektD6H
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