During an appearance on Ellen Thursday, host Ellen DeGeneres asked Senator Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) “if you had to be stuck in an elevator with either President Trump, Mike Pence, or Jeff Sessions, who would it be?” Harris did not pick any of the three, instead asking “does one of us have to come out alive?”
DeGeneres introduced the Junior California Senator as “California’s first African-American senator” and “the first Indian-American to ever be elected to the Senate”, adding “there are many who would like to see her become the first female President of the United States.” In spite of this flowery introduction of a liberal Democrat, DeGeneres still tried to convince people that she’s not political. Keep in mind that she told Megyn Kelly that she would not have President Trump on her show, calling him “dangerous for the country and for me personally as a gay woman.”
It did not take long for DeGeneres to ask Harris about her plans on running for President in 2020. Not surprisingly, Harris refused to answer the question directly. That didn’t stop DeGeneres from asking her “who would be your vice president?” Harris then asked DeGeneres “you got any plans?”
DeGeneres then proceeded to ask Harris a series of questions, effectively “vetting” her should she decide to run for President in 2020. She prefaced the exchange by saying “People are going to want to know more about Kamala Harris because we know what you stand for and I love all the things you stand for.” Should Harris decide to launch a Presidential bid, one can safely assume she has the desperate housewife vote locked down.
One of the questions asked Harris if she had to pick either President Trump, Vice President Pence or Attorney General Sessions to be stuck in an elevator with, which man she would choose. Harris answered by asking “does one of us have to come out alive” as Harris, DeGeneres and the audience laughed and clapped. The fact that Harris would say something like that comes as quite ironic especially since she talked about the importance of “joyful warriors” at the very beginning of the interview in addition to rejecting “anxiety and depression and anger.” So much for “when they go low, we go high.”
Harris’s macabre fantasy about one of the top three members of the executive branch dying comes just one day after director Joss Whedon, tweeted out “Die, Don. Just quietly die.” Maybe he’ll make an appearance on Ellen one of these days.
As the segment drew to a close, Ellen DeGeneres once again referred to Harris “as possibly your next President of the United States!” as the crowd cheered enthusiastically. The segment concluded with DeGeneres hugging Harris.
For all the talk about how President Trump has divided the country, the statements by Senator Harris and Whedon make it perfectly clear that the left has absolutely no interest in uniting the country.
Source: Life News