Kamala Harris Has Her Own 'Hot Sauce In My Bag' Pandering Moment On The Breakfast Club Radio Show

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Feb. 12, 2019

Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris told the African-American radio show The Breakfast Club she smoked weed in college and listened to Tupac and Snoop Dogg -- but their albums hadn't even been released by the time she graduated.



From Marijuana Moment:
[T]he host asked Harris whether she’s ever used cannabis.

“I have. And I did inhale,” she said, laughing. “It was a long time ago, but yes. I just broke news.”

It was during college, Harris confirmed, and she said she used a joint.

And what was playing in the background when a young Kamala Harris was hitting a joint?

“Oh yeah, definitely Snoop. Tupac for sure,” she said.
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This is the exact same radio show Hillary Clinton went on and claimed she carries "hot sauce" around in her purse everywhere:



Perhaps equally hilarious was earlier in the show where she was asked to respond to these two memes:





She dodged the issue both times:



UPDATE: Harris also said she supports "some type of" reparations:



Via Breitbart:
Harris responded:
Well look, I think that we have got to address that again, it’s back to the inequities. There, through–look, America has a history of 200 years of slavery. We had Jim Crow. We had legal segregation in America for a very long time. The Voting Rights Act was only strong for 50 years and then they wiped it out with this United States Supreme Court in the Shelby decision, to the point that 22 states immediately thereafter put in place laws that one court found were crafted with surgical precision to have black people not be able to vote.”

So we’ve got to recognize, back to that earlier point, people aren’t starting out on the same base, in terms of their ability to succeed and so we have got to recognize that and give people a lift up. And, there are a number of ways to do it. Part of my initiative again around the ‘Lift Act’ is that same point–you lifting people up who are making less than a hundred thousand dollars a year. What I want to do about rent is the same thing. What we need to do around education and understanding disparities, what we need to do around HBCUs. But we have a history of racism in America.
Charlamagne asked again, “So you are for some type of reparations?”

“Yes I am, yes I am,” Harris responded.
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