What does Kamala Harris really stand for?

Not one to let California interfere with her presidential ambitions, Kamala Harris is planning to campaign in South Carolina in the next few weeks. This is just after Xavier Becerra, California’s attorney general, banned state-funded or state-sponsored travel to the early presidential-primary state over concerns of anti-LGBTQ policies.

Not one to let California interfere with her presidential ambitions, Kamala Harris is planning to campaign in South Carolina in the next few weeks. This is just after Xavier Becerra, California’s attorney general, banned state-funded or state-sponsored travel to the early presidential-primary state over concerns of anti-LGBTQ policies.

Does Kamala Harris stand with Xavier Becerra, her successor in the AG’s office, or does she support what he called “discrimination” in the state of South Carolina?

Also this week, the Senate considered two bills that would have given billions of dollars in disaster relief to victims of wildfires, while Kamala Harris, California’s junior senator, was busy campaigning in Sacramento.

Neither bill passed while Kamala Harris was missing in action.

Voters are catching on. Kamala Harris is consistently polling around 8 percent—good enough for third place for the Democrat nomination—which is 25 points behind the frontrunner.

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Politico: Harris skips vote on California disaster aid to campaign for president