So many distortions and lies flying out of Kamala Harris, it was hard to keep score. And which one of her debate prep helpers dug up this little nugget about Abraham Lincoln holding off on filling a SC seat until after the election ? Did they really think this would be a winning lie, er, line?
But after her performance last night, I think we can all agree that she is definitely ready to be president…of her local book club.
Via PJ Media.
Kamala Harris must have been so proud of herself. During the vice-presidential debate on Wednesday, she argued that President Donald Trump should not have nominated Amy Coney Barrett to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and she cited as her precedent none other than Abraham Lincoln himself — “Honest Abe.”
As it turns out, however, Kamala Harris was being less than honest in her portrayal of Abraham Lincoln’s record.
“In 1864… Abraham Lincoln was up for reelection, and it was 27 days before the election, and a seat became open on the United States Supreme Court. Abraham Lincoln’s party was in charge not only of the White House but the Senate,” Harris began.
“But Honest Abe said, ‘It’s not the right thing to do. The American people deserve to make the decision about who will be the next president of the United States and then that person can select who will serve for a lifetime on the highest court of our land.'”
Yet Lincoln said no such thing….
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