Vice President Kamala Harris used “National Voter Registration Day” to push the liberal agenda at Virginia’s George Mason University.
The VP “celebrated” National Voter Registration Day by urging Virginia college students to become political activists. George Mason University students at first were greeted with a lecture from Harris about registering to vote.
“When you vote, it matters when you get things done. You all ordered that there would be certain things that would happen as a result of your work in that 2020 election,” stated Harris. “Those things are on the path to get done, but we need you to stay active.”
After, Harris urged the young students to become activists. However, things took a turn when she attacked the recently implemented Texas Heartbeat Bill. She then claimed that “women in power really matters” and bragged about surface-level diversity in her administration.
This comes as a growing number of college students reported liberal bias on their campus, with many conservative students saying they feel marginalized.
In that same lecture, Harris raised the ire of many Jews and Jewish organizations for praising a student who accused Israel of committing “genocide” against the Palestinians.
Stirring anti-Sematic sentiment, Harris lavished praise on a University student who accused Israel of committing “ethnic genocide,” telling her that “your truth should not be suppressed.”
The exchange occurred after her brief talk when Harris called on students for questions.
One of the students the Veep recognized identified herself as “part-Yemeni, part-Iranian” and claimed that “a lot of taxpayer money is allocated for funding the military, whether it’s in backing Saudi Arabia or in Palestine.”
“You brought up how the power of the people and demonstrations and organizing is very valuable in America,” the woman told Harris. “But I see that over the summer, there have been, like, protests and demonstrations in astronomical numbers standing with Palestine, but then just a few days ago there were funds allocated to continue backing Israel, which hurts my heart because it’s an ethnic genocide and a displacement of people — the same that happened in America — and I’m sure you’re aware of this.”
As Harris gave the student her full attention, the coed continued: “I bring this up also because of the issue of how Americans are struggling because of lack of healthcare, public healthcare, lack of affordable housing and all this money ends up going to inflaming Israel and backing Saudi Arabia and whatnot. And I think that the people have spoken very often in what they do need, and I feel like there’s a lack of listening, and I just feel like I need to bring this up because it affects my life and people I really care about people’s lives.”
“I’m glad you did,” the vice president reacted. “I’m glad you did. And again, this is about the fact that your voice, your perspective, your experience, your truth should not be suppressed. And it must be heard, right?”
News outlets that covered her visit to Virginia are reporting that Harris’ office did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the exchange.