Kamala Harris Would Be The First ‘Woman Of Color’ To Be Vice President. Should That Matter?

Kamala Harris Would Be The First ‘Woman Of Color’ To Be Vice President. Should That Matter?


When the legacy media declared that Joe Biden had won the election, despite recounts and legal challenges pending, many immediately rallied to celebrate his running mate. Kamala Harris’ presumed victory as Vice President was lauded by the Left as “historic,” with much of the focus falling upon her gender and race.

The election of Vice President-elect @KamalaHarris is historic and extraordinary. pic.twitter.com/NxAiEo5gxR

— Pete Buttigieg (@PeteButtigieg) November 8, 2020

And just like that, she spoke 🇺🇸🎉 Congratulations Vice President-Elect @KamalaHarris on your historic win! Kamala is the first woman, first African-American, and first South Asian-American to serve as the VP of the United States!#powerpuffgirls #VicePresidentHarris pic.twitter.com/0VxnCLKTY9

— Cartoon Network (@cartoonnetwork) November 8, 2020

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It is of course notable that Harris may become the first female Vice President in American history as well as the first Vice President of Jamaican and Indian heritage. But should the fact that Harris was chosen specifically for these immutable characteristics have an

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