Kamala Harris’s “Debate Bounce” Is Fading After Her Campaign Sparred for Weeks With Ali Alexander

Harris is falling in polls after her campaign spent weeks sparring with prominent conservative Ali Alexander over her true heritage.


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  • Kamala Harris has reportedly lost the debate bounce she acquired after attacking fellow Democrat Joe Biden as racist.
  • The corporate media attacked prominent conservative Ali Alexander for two weeks after he tweeted about Harris’s false claims to African-American heritage.
  • Harris was born to a mother from India and a father from Jamaica whose family owned slaves.

Democrat Kamala Harris, a former prosecutor many have described as “predatory,” has lost the debate bounce she realized after dramatically going after Joe Biden in the first set of 2019 Democrat debates.

Harris attacked Biden for praising segregationists while claiming she suffered from the effects of segregation as a child, falsely claiming African American history.

Harris received a significant bounce from her performance, but it appears she has since lost it.

Prominent conservative Ali Alexander may have something to do with Harris’s fall.

Alexander exposed Harris’s false claims to African-American heritage. Harris was born to a mother from India and a father from Jamaica whose family owned slaves.

Alexander went toe-to-toe with corporate media like NBC News, skillfully defending his tweet about Harris’s true ethnicity. His words sent the Harris campaign and her media defenders into a tailspin that had them talking about the subject for over a week.

Alexander declared that Kamala Harris would not be president while using the hashtag “#BlackHillary.”

Alexander also had words for Harris’s press secretary Ian Sams, who has defamed both Alexander and Culttture Editor-in-Chief Andrew Meyer, a Jewish man with a black wife who Sams libeled as “alt-right”.


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