Kamala Harris Snubs Rural Americans, Helps GOP Bank on Upcoming Votes

Kamala Harris Snubs Rural Americans, Helps GOP Bank on Upcoming Votes

Kamala Harris, like so many of the Democrat elite, has gotten herself in trouble for comments made about rural Americans.

First it was ‘black people are incapable of obtaining voter ID,’ now it’s ‘rural people can’t find a photocopier’ as Democrats are now fighting against having to provide identification for mail-in votes.

In an interview with BET, Kamala Harris was asked if she was willing to compromise on voter ID laws. Instead of pulling the common left-wing racist talking point that voter ID is racist because black people can’t get ID’s, Harris trotted out a new bigoted claim. Apparently, rural Americans aren’t capable of finding a photocopier to send in a copy of their ID.

“In some peoples mind, that means, well, you’re gonna have to Xerox or photocopy your ID to send it in to prove you are who you are,” Harris stated. “Well, there are a whole lot of people, especially people who live in rural communities… there’s no Kinkos, there’s no Office Max near them.”

Firstly, the comment shows how out of touch she is, as Kinkos hasn’t existed for a very long time. Secondly, voter ID laws are supported by 80 percent of Americans, regardless of party affiliation, race, gender, etc.

Conservatives and average Americans are outraged over Kamala Harris’ elitism, and have been calling her out on Twitter.

Tennessee GOP Senator Marsha Blackburn called Harris out for her comments, writing: “80% of Americans support Voter ID, @VP. Dismissing the American people’s will by implying rural Americans can’t work photocopiers is classist, elitist, and telling of the Biden Administration.”

“REMINDER: the same government that thinks rural Americans can’t photocopy their ID wanted them to have a vaccine passport smartphone app to be able to go to the store,” wrote Spike Cohen, 2020 Libertarian Party Candidate for Vice President.

“Hi, I live on top of a mountain on the WV/VA border and I can photocopy my ID. I mean I do it while moonshining White Lightning while dueling banjos play in the background but I can still do it,” quipped Chris Barron, a Political Insider contributor.

“Contrary to the Left’s belief, we do have the internet and copy machines in rural Ohio,” wrote Representative Jim Jordan.

“Black people cant get ID’s and rural people can’t find a photocopy machine. Quite an inspirational administration we have!” wrote political commentator Dave Rubin.

“Rural American here. We built this country. We can manage to photocopy our IDs,” wrote former CIA Ops Officer Bryan Dean Wright.

“I have technology on my phone to see where 1 seed in millions got miss planted, know within pounds how much grain got harvested in 100 acre fields, & can push prescription maps through the cloud to equipment miles away… but uh, does anyone know where I can photocopy something?” one Twitter user wrote.

“Cause, you know, country folks don’t have electricity, much less access to copiers or smart phones. They’re too busy running moonshine & sliding on the hoods of their cars,” Senator Ted Cruz quipped.

Of course, this is just another obvious attempt at claiming that voter ID suppresses votes. As Democrats are currently attempting to unconstitutionally federalize elections and eliminate voter ID laws, the Biden administration has sent Harris to the media to advocate for their agenda. Clearly, she needed some new talking points to denounce common-sense voter-ID laws, and this was her attempt at coming up with one.