Don’t believe the hype: Kamala Harris is radical and rude

The one point at which Harris might be called out on her ‘shove the the left’ will come when she debates Vice President Mike Pence in the fall. You can expect two things from that debate.

First, that Harris will be rude. In 2018, she hectored and frequently interrupted Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh during his confirmation hearings. She also used her perch on the Senate Intelligence Committee to badger then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who had served under President Obama as a US Attorney for eight years…

Second, you can expect the media to excuse her behavior and cheer her on. After her Intelligence Committee performance, reporters cast her GOP critics as holders of white privilege shutting a brave woman down. The New York Times headline even read: ‘Kamala Harris Is (Again) Interrupted While Pressing a Senate Witness.’

Donald Trump has frequently — and properly so — been criticized for outrageously breaking the rules of civility and berating others. In an ironic twist, Democrats have decided to nominate their own version of a Trumpish pit bull in their campaign to rid Washington of Trump-like behavior.