News Item: A new plan from Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) to eliminate the gender pay gap would fine companies if they are unable to prove they’re paying men and women equally, something Harris isn’t currently achieving in either her official office or on her campaign, a Washington Free Beacon analysis found.
Quelle surprise. And I suspect this is a very common response to such tomfoolery:
There’s no way I’ll be voting for President Trump in November of 2020. Although I’m not unhappy with some of his results, he remains a man of unfit character for the office. I’m currently registered as an independent, but in my state my former party allows independents to vote in its primaries. If for some reason Sen. Harris looks strong by the time our primary elections roll around, I’ll definitely take advantage of that opportunity and vote for someone else. If I want a president who overlooks the most basic facts about his or her own policy proposals and isn’t smart enough to game out the most obvious responses to them, then I’ll just stay home because I’m already watching that show.
The primaries and such are still a long way off, but for now, the three Democratic front-runners, all ahead of Senator Harris, are white and seventy-ish. Make of that what you will.