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VIDEO: Kamala Can’t Answer Simple Question


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Social media users expressed their dissatisfaction with Vice President Kamala Harris following her decision to abstain from providing a clear response regarding her stance on abortion limits during a recent Sunday interview.

During her interview with “Face the Nation” host Margaret Brennan, Harris was queried about her views on enacting a federal law to formalize abortion rights. While the vice president underscored that a majority of Americans favored such legislation, she was notably less resolute when addressing the topic of limitations.

In transcript provided by Fox, Brennan asked, “What is it that you believe? I mean, what week of pregnancy should abortion access be cut off?”

Harris then responded, “We need to restore the protections of Roe v. Wade. We’re not trying to do something new—”

Brennan then interrupted Kamala saying, “Well, that was nebulous, because it was about viability, which could be anywhere between 20 to 24 weeks—”

“No, no, no, no, no. Let me be very clear,” Harris argued.

“That’s, that was in the Women’s Health Protection Act that the White House also endorsed—” Brennan shot back.

Harris responded, “Let me be very clear. From day one, the president has been clear, I have been clear. We need to put back the protections that are in Roe v. Wade into law. Since the Supreme Court took it, Congress has the power and ability to pass legislation to put those protections back in law and Joe Biden will sign that bill. So, that is what we want.”


Harris’ responses drew the attention of various users on social media, who raised questions about her reluctance to provide a definitive answer.

Contributing editor at The Spectator, Stephen Miller, pointed out, “Harris is directly asked at what point does she support abortion, up until what week of pregnancy. She doesn’t answer.”

Throughout the interview, Margaret Brennan persisted in her inquiries, highlighting how Republicans had accused Democrats of endorsing abortion up until the moment of birth. Although Harris dismissed these accusations as “ridiculous” and a “mischaracterization of the point,” she consistently avoided specifying when limits should be placed on abortions.

“But does it need to be specific in terms of defining where that guarantee goes up to and where it does not, at which week of pregnancy?” Brennan pressed.

“We need to put back in place the protections of Roe v. Wade,” Harris reiterated.

Later in the interview, Brennan continued to press for more precision on abortion rights, asking if Harris needed “to be more precise.”

“I am being precise,” Harris insisted. “We need to put into law the protections of Roe v. Wade. And that is about going back to where we were before the Dobbs decision.”

These questions and responses may have pleased GOP presidential hopeful Nikki Haley, who had previously challenged the media to seek clarity on the Biden-Harris position regarding any limits they supported on abortion during the first Republican primary debate the previous month.