Like when she started wearing brand new Timberlands, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris was ripped again for her pandering to the black community after posting a video celebrating Kwanzaa.
In her video, Harris claimed that she grew up celebrating Kwanzaa. In fact, Kamala whined that “multiple generations” of her family celebrated Kwanzaa.
Of course, the African holiday Kwanzaa was created in 1966, just two years after Kamala Harris was born.
Add in the fact that Kwanzaa really didn’t take hold until over a decade later.
Listening to her video it becomes apparent that Kamala Harris, just like a few months ago when she called ‘Tupac the Best Rapper Alive,’ that when it comes to the black community, and/or culture, Kamala Harris is full of it.
In her ‘Celebrating Kwanzaa’ video Harris claimed:
You know, my sister and I, we grew up celebrating Kwanzaa. Every year our family would – and our extended family, we would gather around, across multiple generations, and we’d tell stories. The kids would sit on the carpet and the elders would sit on chairs, and we would light the candles, and of course, afterward we would have a beautiful meal. And, of course, there was always the discussion of the seven principles. And my favorite, I have to tell you, was always the one about self-determination, kujichagulia.
Kamala Harris Forgeot to Tweet ‘Happy Kwanzaa’…For a Few Years
Despite the fact that she joined Twitter in 2009, her first ever ‘Happy Kwanzaa’ tweet didn’t occur until 2013.
Worse, after tweeting ‘Happy Kwanzaa’ in 2013, 2014, and 2015. It must have slipped her mind in 2016, 2017, and 2018?
And doesn’t Kamala Harris’ ‘Happy Kwanzaa’ tweets sound an awfully lot like what a Catholic would tweet when wishing the Jewish people a ‘Happy Hanukkah’?
A happy Kwanzaa to all who are celebrating on this great day.
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) December 27, 2014
Happy #Kwanzaa and warm wishes to all who begin celebrating today!
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) December 26, 2015
Kamala Harris accused of pulling off the most epic pandering to the Black Community ever.
Did she really say “the elders” while discussing an observance that was created in 1966?
— Chad Prather (@WatchChad) December 27, 2020
Kwanzaa started in this country in LA CA in 1966 (by Ron Karenga & the US organization)
What generations of your family were celebrated Kwanzaa when you grew up?
Or is this more of listening to then 9 yr old Tupac & Snoop Dog when you were in the dorms?
— JudgeJoeBrown (@JudgeJoeBrownTV) December 27, 2020
Does this look like a supposed black woman whom practices or practiced Kwanzaa ? pic.twitter.com/2WPTeVWlh9
— [S.4.M.P/NO REFLECTION] (@JermarJS90) December 26, 2020
As some one who was born & raised in Africa I can tell there is no such thing as Kwanza.
Kamala knows nothing about it because she is an Indian Jamaican who grew up in Canada.
— Melissa Tate (@TheRightMelissa) December 26, 2020
Did this time traveling 🐍 just say her Jamaican/Indian family celebrated Kwanza? Kwanza may have been invented in 1966 but it wasn’t recognized/widely practiced until the mid 1980’s! Kamala Harris was born in 1964 to 2 immigrant parents that wouldn’t know what Kwanza was! #ADOS pic.twitter.com/ZbgGAczq7H
— Rashidbelike 🇺🇸 ADOS (@Rashidbelike) December 26, 2020
We “Jamaicans” do not celebrate Kwanzaa. Also, being first-generation myself, I’m confused as to how you could celebrate with multiple generations. This is such a fake post, I understand it’s intent, but please do not be fake about it. Just say happy Kwanzaa.
— Mark 🇯🇲 ⚖ (@markal84) December 26, 2020
Kamala Harris’ Pre-Kwanza Pandering
For those that may have missed the controversy over Kamala Harris pandering to the black community by wearing brand new Timberland’s.
Watch this clip of Charlamagne Tha God and Andrew Schulz ripping phony Kamala Harris and her culturally clueless media cohorts over their kissing Kamala’s ‘You Be Black’ arse idiocy: