Listen: Senator Kamala Harris, Kamala Harris Center And Vice President discussed on Sean Hannity
"There was a real clash between kamala harris center harris and former vice president joe by knee issue was on race take a listen to this exchange director vice president biden i cannot believe you are racist and i agree with you when you commit yourself to the importance of finding common ground but i also believe any personal was actually very it was hurtful To hear you talk about the reputations of two United States senators who built their reputations and career on the segregation of race in this country. And it was not only that, but you also worked with them to oppose busing, and there was a little girl in California, who is part of the second class to integrate her public schools, and she was bused to school every day. And that little girl was me. my position across the board i did not praise racist that is not true number one number two if we want to have this campaign litigated who support civil rights whether i did or not i'm happy to do that i was a public defender i didn't become a prosecutor came out and i left a good law firm to become a public defender when in fact when in fact my city was inflamed because of the sas nations dr king the fact is that in terms of the busing i never would have been able to go school the same exact way because it was a local decision made by your city council that's fine that's one of things argued for that we should not be we should be breaking down these lines Do you agree today that you were wrong oppose busing in America? Then do you agree did not? In America, what I toast is bussing ordered by the department of education. That's. of states to into knowing schools in america i was part of the class to integrate berkeley california public schools almost two decades after brownie board of education because your city council may decision of recession Session. Because. History. Fail to preserve the civil rights. I want you to realize what you just heard. That was the debate. The democratic debate sponsored by the Democratic National Committee. Debating busing and race. Between Senator Kamala Harris and vice president Biden. argue with each other i think kamala harris won the day on that debate by the way clearly against a vice president biden i thought it was a i don't know if it'll be a fatal knockout punch but it was a big punch but they were debating this and joe biden could not get himself to say what kamala harris wanna to saying she was that young girl and i thought that was a brilliant line by the way no matter what position you want you can argue the merits of these positions but the delivery of that line the timing of that line as a litigator some of those court in our use cases around the country and other cases that was a well delivered well-crafted line jordan i think politically though it shows what's going on inside the democratic party and also shows the history of the democratic racist party all his friends that keeps talking about the cory booker was upset about and kamala harris was upset about they went republicans they were democrats who were who are who are these southern democrats would work across the aisle with and he was proud to do it even though they were nasty guys and and but ultimately we wish freetown's was still around he said that south carolina democratic event for tallinn's it was again a leading advocate for yeah segregation until very late in his career to very lateness grimace thematic come to jesus moment if you will but very late in their careers joe biden is reeling from this today his supporters are questioning whether he's got the got the goods to get past this this is the vice president who served with the first black president the united states and he is being you know she saying you're racist but you supported racist policies yeah so i've got our director of policy at the american center for law and justice where national international public interest law firm were involved in a lot of issues our director of policy is professor harry hutchison law professor specialising law and economics religious liberty civil rights understands that professor hutchinson let me start with you on this one i listen to that dialogue i think kamala harris clearly won the day but what it speaks to a larger issue i think well it does and i think jordan touched on it but first let me say that when democrats bicker president trump wins i think that's important secondly it's important not to forget the history of the democratic party in the united states and so if you look back to president woodrow wilson what did he do what is singular accomplishment he re segregated the civil service commission in the united states so essentially he took the position that african americans as government workers should indeed be second class citizens in addition to all of that of course he strongly supported eugenics he strongly supported getting rid of the unfit and a lot of his ideas more base simply and unmistakably on one thing and one thing only race and racial segregation so what we are witnessing in this debate between kamala harris and joe biden is the relitigate action of democratic history their support for racist policies their support for you jenex their support for segregation and it is a clear and unmistakable record of subordination and suppression this is a history that is not discussed but it is in fact the historical truth of what was going on so when kamala harris what after joe biden on this jordan she had the right to do it because the history was there and joe biden participated in it now it is he participated basically arguing so everybody understands what joe biden was arguing states rights republican says that it's a national disaster if joe biden says it it's his defenses and by the way this is the other fallacy of his defense as some of the does litigators his argument that this is a local school board decision and kamala harris school was allowed to be integrated because the local school board did is ignorant the fact that it took federal court orders in states that were having the segregation issue to actually put this into play in other words to have the schools integrators when do it jump by congress run to it and he praises his friends that he says we'll see i was able to work across the aisle with racist that is not a good message in and twenty nineteen won't be in twenty twenty this idea that i could work across the aisle with my fellow democrat racist because his harry said he was supporting legistlation that was putting in those differences that there's twin black and white and treating civil servants differently based on their race and so re segregating a federal department that is the joe by that is who the democrats think they should have debating donald trump or even running for president united states i think a lot of those candidates debate school busing all you want but the kamala harris had the story which was what about all the little girls like me who didn't get this because you joe biden and your friends that you loved appraise talk about"