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Kamala Harris's father condemns her with “stereotype” in marijuana jokes

Then. Kamala Harris's father accused her of pampering her family by using a "fraudulent stereotype" to say she obviously smoked marijuana because she is part-Jamaican. Harris joked on The Radio Club's radio show on February 11 when she was asked if she ever smoked grass. Harris's joke response was: "Half my family is from Jamaica. Are you joking with me?" She said she smoked a joint in college. "And I breathed in," she said, laughing. "I just broke news." Her father, Donald Harris, a former economics professor at Stanford University, criticized his daughter in a statement to the Jamaica Online News website. "My dear deceased grandmother (whose extraordinary heritage I described in a recent essay on this site), as well as my deceased parents, must turn in their grave right now to see their family's name, reputation and proud Jamaican identity on Somehow jokingly or not with the deceptive stereotype of a creeper and in the pursuit of identity policy, he said. "We are talking about myself and my immediate Jamaican family, we want to categorically discourage us from this travesty." Kamala Harris discussed legalization of marijuana on the radio program Breakfast Club in February YouTube / The Breakfast Club Donald had previously written a piece for the outlet "Reflections for a Jamaican father", where he reflects on his family's history and on Harris's connections to Jamaica. He wrote: "To this day, I continue to keep the deep s ocial awareness and the strong identity identity that grassroots Jamaican philosophy…

Then. Kamala Harris’s father accused her of pampering her family by using a “fraudulent stereotype” to say she obviously smoked marijuana because she is part-Jamaican.

Harris joked on The Radio Club’s radio show on February 11 when she was asked if she ever smoked grass.

Harris’s joke response was: “Half my family is from Jamaica. Are you joking with me?”

She said she smoked a joint in college. “And I breathed in,” she said, laughing. “I just broke news.”

Her father, Donald Harris, a former economics professor at Stanford University, criticized his daughter in a statement to the Jamaica Online News website.

“My dear deceased grandmother (whose extraordinary heritage I described in a recent essay on this site), as well as my deceased parents, must turn in their grave right now to see their family’s name, reputation and proud Jamaican identity on Somehow jokingly or not with the deceptive stereotype of a creeper and in the pursuit of identity policy, he said.

“We are talking about myself and my immediate Jamaican family, we want to categorically discourage us from this travesty.”

Kamala Harris discussed legalization of marijuana on the radio program Breakfast Club in February YouTube / The Breakfast Club

Donald had previously written a piece for the outlet “Reflections for a Jamaican father”, where he reflects on his family’s history and on Harris’s connections to Jamaica.

He wrote: “To this day, I continue to keep the deep s ocial awareness and the strong identity identity that grassroots Jamaican philosophy gave me. Of course, as a father, I tried to develop the same sensitivity in my two daughters. “

” Born and bred in America, Kamala was the first in line to get it planted. “

Harris’s parents separated when she was young and decided to divorce some years after that, according to Politico. Harris and Her sister grew up by her mother, even though their father was in their lives, said the site.

Kamala Harris launched her 2020 bid with a rally in her hometown of Oakland, California, in January. Katie Canales / Business Insider

Kamala, California’s former lawyer stopped silently if she supported the legalization of weeds until the end of the year, when California officially legalized recreational marijuana use and Harris co-sponsored a senate bill to end it federal ban on the drug

“Making marijuana legal at federal level is the smart thing to do and it is right to do,” tweeted in May 2018.

Harris’s fight nj told Politico that it has no comment on her father’s statement.

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