In an interview with ‘The Nation,’ Vice President Kamala Harris had this to say about anti-Israel protesters:

“They are showing exactly what the human emotion should be, as a response to Gaza.”

On Gaza she said:

“Listen, I strongly believe that our ability to evaluate a situation is connected to understanding the details of that situation. Not speaking of myself versus the president, not at all. From the beginning, I asked questions. OK, the trucks are taking flour into Gaza. But here’s the thing, Joan: I like to cook. So I said to my team: You can’t make shit with flour if you don’t have clean water. So what’s going on with that? I ask questions like, What are people actually eating right now? I’m hearing stories about their eating animal feed, grass… so that’s how I think about it.”

“Similarly, I was asking early on, what are women in Gaza doing about sanitary hygiene. Do they have pads? And these are the issues that made people feel uncomfortable, especially sanitary pads.”

    Nevil Cohen July 9, 2024 10:59 am

    Excellent. Yout empathy is refreshing. What answers did you get from Hamas? Are they allowing all these supplies to get through to the people? Especially the sanitary pads?

    Donna Levin July 9, 2024 2:57 pm

    Kamala, in addition to access to sanitary pads, were you concerned that the female captives have access to BIRTH CONTROL??? I am concerned for all of the CAPTIVES, male and female, dead or alive.

    Lyn Nisly July 9, 2024 4:06 pm

    What about all of the hostages including the 5 Americans that being held. You and the president haven’t said anything about them. Why don’t you put pressure on hamas

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