A tired and widely discredited left-wing narrative reared its ugly head once again at the 2020 vice presidential debate Wednesday night.
Sparring with incumbent Vice President Mike Pence on the issue of race in the criminal justice system, Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris of California went low, dredging up allegations that President Donald Trump referred to white supremacists as “fine people” shortly after the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
“We are talking about an election in 27 days where last week, the president of the United States took the debate stage in front of 70 million Americans and refused to condemn white supremacists,” Harris said. “This is a part of a pattern of Donald Trump.”
“On the issue of Charlottesville — where people were peacefully protesting the need for racial justice, where a young woman was killed and on the other side there were neo-Nazis carrying tiki torches, shouting racial epithets, anti-Semitic slurs — Donald Trump, when