After Democrat state representatives Justin Jones and Justin Pearson were expelled from the Tennessee Capitol last week for leading the “insurrection” at the state’s capitol, Kamala Harris gave a rage-filled speech in Tennessee on Friday night. After a transgender shooter killed six people at a Christian school in Nashville, the two Democrat representatives led a crowd of protesters into the building to demand gun control.
It is important to note that Harris did not travel to Tennessee last week to attend the vigil for the children who were killed. She didn’t seem to think that was worth the effort. In contrast, presenting a performative speech on “democracy” was.
During her fiery speech, Harris defended the Reps storming the capitol by saying, “A Democracy allows for places where the People’s voice will be heard and honored”. In addition, she also had a few rants where she screamed maniacally from the top of her lungs.
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VP HARRIS DEFENDS STORMING OF TENNESSEE CAPITOL: “A Democracy allows for places where the People’s voice will be heard and honored…”
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) April 8, 2023
In response to Harris’ selective outrage, Matt Walsh has unleashed a torrent of criticism on her:
She didn’t come to Nashville to attend any of the vigils for the children murdered by a trans terrorist. She didn’t come to meet with the families. Instead she’s coming for this. These people are truly just absolute scum. Hideously wicked human beings. https://t.co/mqLEK0ZN1j
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) April 7, 2023
There was no shortage of backlash against Harris on Twitter:
Kamala Harris came to Nashville to meet the Tennessee 3 but we need to show her the 6 victims of the Covenant shooting that Tennessee actually stands with. Why do Democrats tell people that they are victims but ignore the real ones? pic.twitter.com/QC48xClWww
— Dom Lucre | Breaker of Narratives (@dom_lucre) April 7, 2023
Kamala Harris’ priorities are clear: she doesn’t care about dead Christian kids. pic.twitter.com/3n5UTAq3af
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) April 8, 2023