Kamala Harris is waging a smear campaign against Ron DeSantis with these false allegations

Aug 9, 2023

Vice President Kamala Harris regularly takes cheap shots at people she disagrees with in public.

But this time she crossed the line.

And now Kamala Harris is waging a smear campaign against Ron DeSantis with these false allegations.

Kamala Harris prefers smears over debate

Ron DeSantis knows that Kamala Harris has a problem with his state’s decisions regarding its choice of how it handles history curriculum for students.

So, the Florida Governor offered to have Vice President Harris debate the issue with him after she claimed that the state was intentionally trying to cover up the horrors of slavery.

But it appears that Harris would rather go on a smear campaign than sit down and talk to DeSantis face-to-face.

Harris recently spoke in Orlando, Florida, at the 20th Women’s Missionary Society of the African Methodist Episcopal Church Quadrennial Convention.

During her speech, she commented about the Governor’s offer to debate, saying, “They attempt to legitimize these unnecessary debates with a proposal that most recently came in of a politically motivated roundtable.”

Harris continued, “Well, I’m here in Florida, and I will tell you there is no roundtable, no lecture, no invitation we will accept to debate an undeniable fact. There were no redeeming qualities of slavery.”

The Vice President claimed that thanks to the new curriculum, students in Florida would be subjected to information that downplays the negative impacts that slavery had.

Part of the new black history curriculum talks about how slaves “developed skills which, in some instances, could be applied for their personal benefit.”

As a result of Harris’ comments, DeSantis invited her to debate him on the issue, but she declined.

DeSantis sent a letter earlier this week claiming that Florida is “the number one state in the nation for education” and that he was making record investments in not just schools and teachers but in students.

“We are committed to teaching truth, not partisan narratives. We have rooted out hateful Marxist theories like ‘Critical Race Theory’ from our classrooms. We have eliminated ‘Diversity, Equity and Inclusion’ initiatives in school administration and hiring practices,” he wrote.

He also said that his state has instead planned to stay “focused on the basics of reading, writing, arithmetic, science, civics and history.”

Accusations fly

Instead of agreeing to debate Ron DeSantis, Kamala Harris has chosen to call the Governor part of a group of “extremist, so-called ‘leaders’” who are trying to rewrite “the ugly parts of history.”

Her recent 23-minute-long speech in Orlando is part of the White House’s effort to rewrite American history curriculum through a Marxist lens.

But DeSantis and his team have fought back, saying that the state’s new education standards show “the good, the bad, and the ugly” of history.

In his letter, he wrote that Washington, D.C. politicians repeatedly “choose to malign our state and its residents. Over the past several weeks, the Biden Administration has repeatedly disparaged our state and misinformed Americans about our education system. It’s past time to set the record straight.”

Unfortunately, it appears that Kamala Harris prefers to come to DeSantis’ state and run a smear campaign rather than actually sit down and debate.

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