Kamala Harris Claims She Marched For Civil Right Out Of A Stroller

(ThePatriotSource.com)- Far-left Senator for California, Kamala Harris, became the center of a bizarre scandal involving a story she told Elle magazine back in October. It was a story about her experience as a young toddler attending a civil rights march, and one that sounded weirdly familiar to some people.

Last year, Elle published the story of Kamala Harris out in Oakland, California, marching for civil rights with her parents and uncle. Baby Harris was in a stroller and wasn’t strapped in, and at one point during the march, she fell out of the stroller onto the ground.

Harris claims that when the adults noticed, they looked down and saw Harris crying.

“My mother tells the story about how I’m fussing,” Harris said in the Elle interview. “And she’s like, ‘Baby, what do you want? What do you need?’ and I just looked at her and I said, ‘Fweedom.’”

…Uh, yeah right.

Nobody believed it back then, either, but recently somebody noticed how it sounds an awful lot like an interview that Martin Luther King, Jr. gave to Playboy back in 1965.

During the decades-old interview, that maybe Harris thought people had forgotten about, interviewer Alex Haley asked the civil rights leader if he was “awed by this burden of responsibility” or if he felt “inadequate to its demands.”

It prompted an answer from the civil rights champion that sounds weirdly similar to the obviously fake story pushed by Harris.

“I subject myself to self-purification and to endless self-analysis; I question and soul-search constantly into myself to be as certain as I can that I am fulfilling the true meaning of my work, that I am maintaining my sense of purpose, that I am holding fast to my ideals, that I am guiding my people in the right direction. But whatever my doubts, however heavy the burden, I feel that I must accept the task of helping to make this nation and this world a better place to live in—for all men, black and white alike,” he said.

“I never will forget a moment in Birmingham when a white policeman accosted a little Negro girl, seven or eight years old, who was walking in a demonstration with her mother. “What do you want?” the policeman asked her gruffly, and the little girl looked him straight in the eye and answered, ‘Fee-dom,’” he added.

Yes, this is the woman who could well be the next vice president.

Can she be any more terrible?