The Left’s hatred of Israel was sadly on full display as Kamala Harris visited George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.
A moment was caught on video as Harris nodded while a student accused Israel of ethnic genocide.
Harris said that she “was glad” the student brought up such concerns.
She added that the student’s “truth should not be suppressed.”
“And again, this is about the fact that your voice, your perspective, your experience, your truth, should not be suppressed and it must be heard, right?” Harris continued.
“And one of the things we’re fighting for in a democracy, right?” Harris said about the student’s comment.
“Our goal should be unity, but not uniformity, right?” said Harris.
“Unity should never be at the expense of telling anyone personally that, for the sake of unity, ‘Oh, you be quiet about that thing. You suppress that thing,” Harris said.
“Let’s not deal with that thing.’ That’s not unity. True unity is everyone in that room has a voice,” Harris added.
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WATCH: Kamala Harris nods as student accuses Israel of "ethnic genocide": “your truth cannot be suppressed" pic.twitter.com/FcqCyT7Uo8
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In conclusion, Harris said, “The point that you are making about policy that relates to Middle East policy, foreign policy, we still have healthy debates in our country about what is the right path, and nobody’s voice should be suppressed on that.”
The statement occurred as Harris was taking questions from the audience.
A female student was raising questions about the money the U.S. is providing to Israel and Saudi Arabia.
The student said, “I see that over the summer there have been, like, protests and demonstrations in astronomical numbers [about the Palestinian cause].”
The student continued, “Hust a few days ago there were funds allocated to continue backing Israel, which hurts my heart because it’s ethnic genocide and displacement of people, the same that happened in America, and I’m sure you’re aware of this.”
Harris’ remarks followed this initial question from the student.