Speaking to Stephen Colbert during a virtual episode of the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Kamala openly endorsed Black Lives Matter (BLM) and Antifa terrorists, admitting that they "aren't going to stop" and "should not" stop.
"This is a movement," Kamala expressed using her best Christine Blasey Ford-type baby voice. "I'm telling you they're not going to stop, and everyone beware because they are not going to stop."
Kamala went on to state that BLM and Antifa are not going to stop before election day, nor are they going to stop after election day.
"And everyone should take note of that on both levels that they're not going to let up, and they should not, and we should not," Kamala further blabbed.
The segment can be viewed on Twitter at this link.
Back on June 1, Kamala urged her supporters to financially support BLM and Antifa terrorism in Minneapolis following the George Floyd incident. In a tweet, she wrote:
"If you're able to, chip in now to the @MNFreedomFund to help post bail for those protesting on the ground in Minnesota."
In other words, Kamala took a vocal stand against law-abiding Minnesotans whose homes and businesses were destroyed by domestic terrorism, and encouraged her supporters to help bail out the domestic terrorists who terrorized the city in the aftermath of George Floyd.
Like her Democrat colleagues, Kamala has also repeatedly referred to the riots as "peaceful protests," refusing to acknowledge the violence taking place as swarms of "protesters" ravage city after city in the name of "social justice."
Kamala did tweet on Aug. 30 that she and Joe Biden are "condemning" any and all violence being committed by their supporters. However, she proceeded to blame President Donald Trump for it, writing:
"Americans deserve a president who will heal our country and bring people together – not fan the flames of hate and division."
In a similar type tweet, Biden wrote that the violence taking place in Portland is "unacceptable," implying that Trump has done little, if anything, to condemn it.
"I condemn violence of every kind by anyone, whether on the left of the right," Biden added. "And I challenge Donald Trump to do the same."
Trump has on numerous occasions spoken out against the violence, hence his popular trope, "law and order." Trump has made it clear that he stands against the violence being instigated by BLM and Antifa terrorists in cities across America, which in some cases is provoking a response from those on the right who are there to stand against it.
Kyle Rittenhouse, for example, came to Kenosha to help support EMT providers and defend private property against rioting and looting, only to have the left-wing media condemn him for it and make him out to be a criminal.
Keep in mind that BLM and Antifa are not only domestic terrorists, they are also anti-white racists who are going around preaching violence against white people, police officers and other targets they want to see eliminated.
"I saw what you did there at the end of your 'warning,'" wrote one BigLeaguePolitics commenter, referring to Kamala.
"You said ... 'we aren't going to stop.' So you now admit you're one of them, eh? So be it. Watch yourself in public – there may be some who will target you, just as your friends target conservatives."
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