Morning Jolt: Is Kamala Harris the Target of a Dem ‘Whisper Campaign’?

On the menu today: Biden senior adviser Cedric Richmond contends that Vice President Kamala Harris is being sabotaged by a whisper campaign; why Harris's message about immigration-law enforcement isn't seen as authentic; and wondering how much the Biden administration is really committed to a just-announced pause on federal executions.

Biden Aide: Someone Is Sabotaging Kamala Harris

If Kamala Harris had wanted to, she could have been a uniquely powerful voice promoting legal immigration and denouncing illegal immigration.

At any point in her career in Washington, she could have said, "I believe in the American dream and what America can offer those who wish to immigrate. I am living proof. My mother wanted a degree in biochemistry that wasn't available to her in India. My father, in Jamaica, wanted a doctorate in economics. They came here for a better life — and they did it legally. They both received visas and scholarships to study at U.C. Berkeley. They followed the rules, filled out the paperwork, and waited for legal permission to enter the country. Opportunities to legally immigrate have never been easy to ...

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Is Kamala Harris the Target of a Dem 'Whisper Campaign'?

On the menu today: Biden senior adviser Cedric Richmond contends that Vice President Kamala Harris is being sabotaged by a whisper campaign; why Harris's message about immigration-law enforcement isn't seen as authentic; and wondering how much the Biden administration is really committed to a just-announced pause on federal executions.

Biden Aide: Someone Is Sabotaging Kamala Harris

If Kamala Harris had wanted to, she could have been a uniquely powerful voice promoting legal immigration and denouncing illegal immigration.

At any point in her career in Washington, she could have said, "I believe in the American dream and what America can offer those who wish to immigrate. I am living proof. My mother wanted a degree in biochemistry that wasn't available to her in India. My father, in Jamaica, wanted a doctorate in economics. They came here for a better life — and they did it legally. They both received visas and scholarships to study at U.C. Berkeley. They followed the rules, filled out the paperwork, and waited for legal permission to enter the country. Opportunities to legally immigrate have never been easy to ...   READ MORE

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