It sound so woke, but are Kamala Harris and her Democrat party’s plans for America something you can embrace. Watch this edited version of The Ruben Report today and answer that question for yourself.
I just think that this time around the rubber has met the road. Like, which way do you want America to go? Do you want America to, tomorrow, or on January 20th, be anything close to the America that has existed for over 250 years. Do you want America to be something that it is proud of? Do you want capitalism to continue? Do you want the Constitution to be a document that continues to govern us, and the Bill of Rights, and the branches of government? Do you want some level of patriotism and pride in this operation? Or, do you want to reverse all of those things? And I want to be very clear about this because people say, Dave every time you say that, Biden doesn’t want to reverse all of these things. Again guys, Biden is just the host. Biden is Sigourney Weaver and what lays within her stomach is in evil alien that would burst forth once he is in the White House. Biden obviously has dementia or something else. But again, Biden himself is not the thing. The thing is the thing that is coming behind him. So let’s talk about the thing that’s coming behind him, because it is very much linked to his running mate Kamala Harris. She posted a video, which I reference earlier, she posted this video yesterday about equity. In essence coming out as the most woke Marxist you possibly could. Let’s take a look at it video.
There’s a big difference between equality and equity. pic.twitter.com/n3XfQyjLNe— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) November 1, 2020
Kamala Harris Video
There’s a big difference between equality and equity. Equality suggests, “Oh everyone should get the same amount.” The problem with that, not everybody’s starting out from the same place. So if we’re all getting the same amount but you started out back there and I started out over here – we could get the same amount, but you’re still going to be that far back behind me. It’s about giving people the resources and the support they need, so that everyone can be on equal footing and then compete on equal footing. Equitable treatment emans we all end up at the same placeIf we all end up at the same place.