- There are racial disparities and a system that has engaged in racism in terms of how the laws have been enforced,’ said Harris.
- Kamala Harris made history by becoming the first woman of black and Indian descent to be nominated as a candidate for the US vice presidency.
- Kamala 55, who is also the current California senator has initially faced accusations of allegedly having been too harsh on minorities.
Kamala Harris who is flying The Democratic Party’s flag for the Vice Presidency of the United States for the Presidential Election in 2020, has today accused the US President, Donald Trump of living in a “different reality” owing to what she terms as the President’s failure to acknowledge the vivid existence of institutional racism in America.
According to Kamala, President Trump has well as the US Attorney General, William Barr, “spend all their time in a different reality” and that there are “two different legal systems” in the country with one for the blacks and another one for whites. ‘We do have two systems of justice’ for black and white Americans said Harris.
‘I don’t think that most reasonable people who are paying attention to the facts would dispute that there are racial disparities and a system that has engaged in racism in terms of how the laws have been enforced,’ she added.
‘It does us no good to deny that. Let’s just deal with it. Let’s be honest. These might be difficult conversations for some, but they’re not difficult conversations for leaders, not for real leaders.’ Kamala elaborated.
After being chosen by Joe Biden as his running mate, Kamala Harris made history by becoming the first woman of black and Indian descent to be nominated as a candidate for the US vice presidency.
Kamala 55, who is also the current California senator has initially faced accusations of allegedly having been too harsh on minorities when she served as a prosecutor in the very state before she was elected as senator in 2017.
Donald Trump refused to talk about racism during his recent visit to the state of Wisconsin – which has been plagued by racial tensions since Jacob Blake, a black American was shot seven times in the back by a policeman and ended up being paralyzed.
Questioned on whether his opinion was that systemic racism is an issue in the U.S., Trump responded “you just keep getting back to the opposite subject.”
“We should talk about the kind of violence that we’ve seen in Portland [Oregon] and here [in Kenosha] and other places, it’s tremendous violence,” he added.
Elsewhere, his Attorney General, William Barr argued in an interview this week that justice is the same for all citizens of the United States and stressed that caution must be observed when raising the idea of racism and argued that “it is not as common as people say “.
Jacob Blake a 29 years old black American was shot on August 23, an issue that sparked widespread protests across Wisconsin with the protestors strongly condemning police violence and racial discrimination.
The Racial discrimination debate as well as protests across the country were sparked by the case of George Floyd, an African American who was killed by a white policeman in May in Minneapolis.
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