A historic moment for America: Can Kamala Devi Harris deliver?

Cheryl Sanders
August 14, 2020

Don Kaltschmidt, the chair of the state Republican Party, said Montanans will "overwhelmingly reject the Biden-Harris ticket", whose positions will "kill jobs, devastate our energy industry, infringe on our Second Amendment rights, socialize medicine and open the floodgates for illegal immigrants".

Fox News commentator Jesse Watters could be heard in the background expressing caution.

Watters would later qualify her roughly three-minute monologue, saying at the end, "We certainly don't hope that anything happens to Vice President Joe Biden anytime soon". "You're saying he doesn't make it all the way". Since Biden's announcement Trump has already called Harris "extraordinarily nasty", accusing her of being "the meanest, most horrible" of all USA senators during confirmation hearings for Justice Kavanaugh, who by the way was facing serious sexual assault allegations at the time. But things are so insane right now. I don't know what's happening in the Democrat Party, and that's all I'm saying. I mean, I hope he lives forever. Say it with me.

The remarks sparked fierce backlash, prompting her network to issue a statement: "We strongly condemn Jeanine Pirro's comments about Rep. Ilhan Omar", Fox News said in a statement at the time. "I know he's got the numbers".

Pirro previously appeared on a panel on Sean Hannity's show alleging that some mysterious force must have influenced Biden to select Harris, because she was somehow "not qualified" to be vice president.

After the duo's joint appearance, Perino said Wednesday that "if you're the Biden campaign, you're pretty happy with how that went".

"So what?" Carlson spat back. Wallace called Harris a "safe" pick and a moderate - even if the GOP attempts to paint her as an extremist. She was the obvious choice. "Think if it had been Elizabeth Warren and there would have been all this talk 'She's far left, she's for Medicare for all'".

During a segment of "The Five" on Fox Wednesday night, Pirro was asked about a poll from Rasmussen that claimed more than half of those surveyed believed Biden wouldn't finish his first term if he were elected U.S.

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