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Report: Kamala Harris Campaign Brought in Crowd to Boost Cheering During Her DNC Speech
Speaking right now Senator @KamalaHarris, candidate for the president of the United States. She is speaking at the Durham Committee for the Affairs of Black People during the group 84th annual banquet. Her message theme: Who Are We? pic.twitter.com/nPt0hdeFLN

If elected President in 2020, Sen. @KamalaHarris says she will invest $100 billion dollars in black communities that have been redlined. She says shell invest $12 million in black businesses, fund #HBCUs and their labs and researchers. Well pay teachers their value. #ABC11 pic.twitter.com/iR1Dl8vTe7

Senator @KamalaHarris disses President @realDonaldTrump Make America Great Again message. Shes says Were not going back. Back to what? pic.twitter.com/Y2uujMfM0P

Speaking right now Senator @KamalaHarris, candidate for the president of the United States. She is speaking at the Durham Committee for the Affairs of Black People during the group 84th annual banquet. Her message theme: Who Are We? pic.twitter.com/nPt0hdeFLN

Once Sanders begins to speak, the chants of “She’s smart! She’s strong! With Kamala, you can’t go wrong!” are still audible from the hall outside, but by Graziano’s own admission, they had already left, and they weren’t “yelling,” they were continuing their chant of enthusiastic support.

If elected President in 2020, Sen. @KamalaHarris says she will invest $100 billion dollars in black communities that have been redlined. She says shell invest $12 million in black businesses, fund #HBCUs and their labs and researchers. Well pay teachers their value. #ABC11 pic.twitter.com/iR1Dl8vTe7

Senator @KamalaHarris disses President @realDonaldTrump Make America Great Again message. Shes says Were not going back. Back to what? pic.twitter.com/Y2uujMfM0P

Harris delivered a speech at the DNC meeting Friday and reportedly had dozens of supporters — purportedly supplied by her campaign — who cheered during her speech and promptly left after it was finished.

.⁦@KamalaHarris⁩ thanking the heartbeat of our campaign: our volunteers. Twitter, meet the #KHive #ForThePeople pic.twitter.com/XsxSHKXlD7

To do that, I believe we must have the ability to successfully prosecute the case against four more years of Donald Trump, and itll take a prosecutor to do that,” she said, repeating one of her key lines.

Graziano later tweeted that the incident shows that “This woman is far too incompetent to be trusted with the nomination.”

“Kamala Harris’s speech at the DNC was boosted by a cheering section of about 40 people that her campaign brought in, erupting every time she hit a big line — and then that group got up and walked out as soon as she finished,” Dovere wrote:

So they weren’t “walking out on” Bernie, they were walking to a meeting with the candidate they support.

Kamala Harris's speech at the DNC was boosted by a cheering section of about 40 people that her campaign brought in, erupting every time she hit a big line — and then that group got up and walked out as soon as she finished

Minutes after Harris’ speech, her campaign posted a photo of the senator meeting with the volunteers.

Chants of Shes smart! Shes strong! With Kamala, you cant go wrong! also broke out among her ground-level hype team, following her speech:

Kamala staffers walking out on Bernies speech to the DNC. Theyre now yelling outside the hall as Bernie begins to speak. #SFDNC pic.twitter.com/e5WvUsQXg5

Harris has been losing support following her lackluster performance in the second debate. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), who was, by most measures, declared the winner of the second Democrat debate in Detroit, grilled Harris on her prosecutorial record, further halting Harris’s momentum.

A CNN poll released this week showed the California senator dropping a whopping 12 points since June, descending from 17 percent to five percent support. The current RealClearPolitics average shows Harris in a distant fourth place, with 7.4 percent support.

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