Kamala Harris Suggests U.S. Economic System Is Inherently Racist: ‘Black and Brown Homebuyers Were Charged Twice As Much’

Kamala Harris, who is considered the worst vice president in U.S. history according to a USA Today poll, continues to push her radical left-wing views on Americans.

Harris has been dealing with an endless onslaught of negative media coverage after a bomshell CNN report interviewed nearly three dozen current and former staffers. One former staffer accused Harris of inflicting a “constant amount of soul-destroying criticism.”

Multiple top aides on Harri’s team have quit, including veteran communications chief Ashley Etienne who previously worked for Obama, Joe Biden, and Nancy Pelosi.

“Harris is struggling with a rocky relationship with some parts of the White House,” CNN reported about Harris, who once even accused Joe Biden of being racist during the Democratic primary race.

As the pressure mounts and her approval rating sits at only 28 percent, Harris is telling Americans that it’s time to “restructure” our economic system in the U.S. This is certainly the last thing Americans want to hear from the vice president as the nation has just battled a pandemic that has crushed the U.S. economy.

Going a step further, Harris also suggested that existing systems are inherently racist.

Appearing at a forum hosted by Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, Harris discussed “proactive ways to increase access to financial systems and capital for racial minorities.”

“Some of these designs were just designed not to benefit the people that we’re talking about,” she said.

“Or the better way to say this, it was designed to benefit other people,” she added with a laugh.

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“It’s not only about a state of mind in terms of this new approach, it’s about restructuring a system,” she said.

Harris said we need to have goals of “eradicating the racial wealth divide” and “ensuring equal access and equitable distribution of resources.”

“Part of the challenge of ensuring equal access and the equitable distribution of resources is the people need to know their rights,” she said.

Harris said the pandemic has increased concerns about whether “folks can trust the system, whether they can believe in the system, whether it is working for them, whether it sees them.”

“Let’s remember, that black and brown homebuyers were charged twice as much in terms of interest rates,” she said about banks who review personal financial background information while giving loans.

“It’s a very blatant cause and effect,” she said with a laugh.

“It was Dr. King, remember, who was organizing sanitation workers, who was, and I think, frankly, many of us do, that’s part of why he was assassinated,” she said. “Because he was starting to join the civil rights movement with economic justice movement.”