Kamala Harris is the VP nominee for President on the Democratic ticket…we discuss the selection Joe Biden made, and whether it is a good choice.
It was also pretty easy to predict that busing (forced busing or desegregation busing) would make its way back into the spotlight as a result of this VP selection.
Busing has been in the news the last few days. You might remember that this was not the first time busing became a hot topic.
The second round of the first Democratic primary debates on June 27 2019 included a fiery exchange between Biden and Harris.
Harris, in that debate, said to Biden “You also worked with [those segregationist senators] to oppose busing,”. Biden responded by saying ““I did not oppose busing in America,” Biden, who represented Delaware in the US Senate from 1973 to 2009, responded. “What I opposed is busing ordered by the Department of Education. That’s what I opposed.””
But despite the harsh disagreements between them on this issue and others, not only did Joe Biden still select Harris as his VP…but these two have a history of acting one way while portraying to the public a different image. They might not be all that different after-all?
Finally, On August 8, 2020, President Trump signed an executive order to suspend federal student loan interest and payments until December 31, 2020…the left is shocked that Trump would do such a thing.