It's A Real GOOD Thing Kamala Harris Is Always Focused On The WRONG Things

Written By BlabberBuzz | Friday, 03 November 2023 12:00
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Vice President Kamala Harris made a significant announcement on Wednesday, revealing the Biden administration's National Strategy to Counter Islamophobia.

This move comes at a time when there has been a disturbing surge in antisemitic threats and attacks both in the United States and around the world, following the tragic murder of over 1,400 Israelis by Hamas terrorists on October 7.

Harris took to social media platform X to share a video and wrote, "Taking on hate is a national priority. Today, @POTUS and I are announcing the country's first National Strategy to Counter Islamophobia. This action is the latest step forward in our work to combat a surge of hate in America."

While President Joe Biden had previously established a National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism earlier this year, Harris did not delve into the details of this strategy, its implementation, or its outcomes, despite the ongoing rise in antisemitic attacks.

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Instead, Harris chose to address the alleged threat of Islamophobia, stating, "For years, Muslims in America and those perceived to be Muslim have endured a disproportionate number of hate-fueled attacks. As a result of the Hamas terrorist attack in Israel and the humanitarian crisis in Gaza, we have seen an uptick in anti-Palestinian, anti-Arab, antisemitic, and Islamophobic incidents across America, including the brutal attack of a Palestinian-American woman, who is Muslim, and the killing of her 6-year-old son."

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However, Harris faced criticism on social media for her announcement, as videos depicting antisemitic incidents on college campuses and in American cities continue to circulate online.

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Recent incidents include death threats targeting Jewish students at Cornell University, Jewish students being forced to seek refuge in a locked library from an angry pro-Hamas mob at New York City's Cooper Union, and the physical and verbal assault of an Israeli student at Harvard.

The FBI's 2022 hate crime statistics were also recently released, revealing that Jews once again faced the highest number of hate crimes among religious groups.

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