Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris agreed with Salon editor D. Watkins that police officers “harass and take up space in poor communities.” Damn, they found us out!
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris (Calif.) acknowledged Salon’s editor-at-large D. Watkins was “right” about police officers after he claimed “they just harass and take up space in poor communities.”
Near the beginning of the video, Watkins criticized police officers and their role in poor communities.
“We shouldn’t have to acknowledge their trauma because they’re paid to be there. We live in these places. Police officers have historically not been held accountable because they protect and serve the rich and then they just harass and take up space in poor communities,” Watkins said. “I don’t see any type of big shift happening with the one term because it’s like a cultural thing.”
“Right,” Harris said while nodding her head.
Funny, I heard Harris got to the top by nodding her head, if you know what I mean.