#KamalaHarris election prediction on track

June 19, 2020 – NO Soundbites Allowed – #AmyKlobuchar is out. #StaceyAbrams was never in. That leaves Kamala Harris – exactly as we predicted Oct 2018, and again December 2019. Because skin color.

Even as the nation tries to readjust to reopening, priorities have shifted. The frustration of imposed isolation has fed long-festering racial tensions. Quasi-political organizations (like Progressive Leaders of Tomorrow or PLOT, and Black Lives Matter) and Quasi-terrorists (ANTIFA) have used blatant abuse (George Floyd) as well as legitimate use of force (Rayshard Brooks) to capture part of Seattle. In the rest of the nation local cells are fostering distrust and rioting.

Within this maelstrom the 2020 presidential election has taken a back seat. A near non-existent Joe Biden has all but secured the Democrat presidential nomination top seat. Who will be the Vice-presidential running mate has bounced around entrenched in identity/gender politics that is the hallmark of Progressives/Socialists.

Yet with all that confusion, all this distraction, a prediction from 2018 remains the likely outcome. It was in an audio podcast in October 4, 2018 that we first suggested that Kamala Harris was a power in the nomination process. It was then that we outlined the criteria of identity and gender Democrat leadership would cling to in a desire for votes. The color of her skin and her gender by birth.

This theme we covered in 2019, reiterating the prediction for Harris, came to a head in December when she dropped out of the presidential nomination race. Fast forward and now, race and gender are once again important. In this video podcast, we consider the chance our prediction will come true.



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Michael Vass
Born in 1968, a political commentator for over a decade. Has traveled the U.S. and lived in Moscow and Tsblisi, A former stockbroker and 2014 Congressional candidate. Passionate about politics with emphasis on 1st and 2nd Amendments.

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