Oddsmakers Favoring Kamala Harris To Win 2020 Democratic Presidential Nomination
Kamala Harris has the same record as Obama, zero accomplishments in the Senate. After Barack Obama spent 8 years stoking the anti-white sentiment, I don’t see this dolt coming anywhere near the White House.
No accomplishments, no integrity. The perfect qualifications for a Democrat contender.
She may not have a Senate record, but she definitely has a record from her time she was Attorney General of California. She was so far left that the 9th Circuit overturned at least three of her decisions that I know of. Now think about that for a minute.
— EDWARD ASHTON 🇺🇸 (@EdwardAshton30) August 9, 2018
Top oddsmakers have Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) as the early favorite to win the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.
According to a Wednesday evening report in the San Francisco Chronicle, on Oddshark, “Harris has surged into a tie with Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders for the best Democratic odds to win the 2020 presidential election.” The report also notes that Oddschecker, which compares betting odds across various sites and sportsbooks, gives Harris “9/2 odds to win the Democratic nomination, followed by Joe Biden with 11/2 odds.”
President Donald Trump, though, is still the favorite to win reelection, with Oddshark reportedly giving him +140 to win in 2020 while Oddschecker gives Trump 11/8 odds.
To win her party’s nomination, the freshman California Senator who recently said she would not rule out a 2020 run will need the support of black voters, especially in early primary states like South Carolina. Harris told the left-wing Netroots conference last week that when it comes to “identity politics,” Democrats “won’t be shut up” and be “silenced.”
“We shouldn’t just be thanking women of color for electing progressive leaders, in 2018 we should be electing women of color as those leaders,” Harris said at Netroots. “Now, I’m aware that some people will say that what I just said is playing ‘identity politics.’ I have a problem with that phrase, ‘identity politics.’ When people say that, it’s a pejorative. That phrase is used to divide and used to distract.”
Harris, who sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee, will likely up her profile even more during the confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. More