Kamala Blasts Explorers To America For Unleashing ‘Wave Of Devastation’

Accuses Europeans of 'violence, stealing land, and spreading disease'

Bob UnruhBy Bob Unruh

Vice President Kamala Harris walks through the halls of the Eisenhower Executive Office Building of the White House Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021, en route to record a video message. (Official White House photo by Lawrence Jackson)

Kamala Harris, the vice president, has blasted the European explorers who first arrived in America, charging them with unleashing a “wave of devastation” on warring tribes already on the continent.

“Since 1934, every October, the United States has recognized the voyage of the European explorers who first landed on the shores of the Americas,” she charged. “But that is not the whole story. That has never been the whole story.

She was speaking to the National Congress of American Indians.

Fox News reported she claimed Biden’s massive tax-and-spend program, involving trillions of dollars, will help “Indian Country.”

She said Biden’s plan to spend $3.5 trillion on mostly social and green programs, “represents the largest infrastructure investment our nation has made since before World War II and presents, right now, an important opportunity to strengthen Indian Country.”

At Breitbart, a report explained how Harris “deplored the European explorers who first landed in North America.”

The comments came in conjunction with the Columbus Day holiday, which now is being promoted across the country as indigenous people day.


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djheuty

In my childhood in Montana (1960’s), I was raised on macaroni and lived in a shanty between two reservations. ….the natives who were living on the reservations were GIVEN, by the government, new homes and free groceries. They all are doing better today than I am. This is identity politics at it’s finest. Sorry, but not sorry. I didn’t send Europeans to America. I think we’ve paid enough already for something we have no control over.