REPORT: Harris “tracks” reporters who don’t “appreciate her life experience”

According to a new report from the liberal leaning publication “The Atlantic,” Vice President Kamala Harris “tracks” reporters who don’t “appreciate her life experience.”

Per the piece by Edward-Isaac Dovere, Harris and her team “tend to dismiss reporters. Trying to get her to take a few questions after events is treated as an act of impish aggression.”

Dovere then adds that “Harris herself tracks political players and reporters whom she thinks don’t fully understand her or appreciate her life experience.”

In her 2018 autobiography, Harris states “My name is pronounced ‘comma-la,’ like the punctuation mark. It means ‘lotus flower’, which is a symbol of significance in Indian culture. A lotus grows underwater, its flowers rising above the surface while the roots are planted firmly in the river bottom.”

“My mother understood very well that she was raising two black daughters,” she also wrote. “She knew that her adopted homeland would see Maya and me as black girls, and she was determined to make sure we would grow into confident, proud black women.”