This is from Red State, the Right leaning Blog…
But got a mention for Harry Enten....
You know what they say about karma being a (word that rhymes with “witch”), right?
At the second Democratic presidential primary debate back in July, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (HI) absolutely torched Sen. Kamala Harris’ (CA) criminal justice reform record during her time as California’s attorney general. It was the political shot heard round the world.
In case you missed it, watch it below:
ANDERSON COOPER, CNN: Did you expect that from Tulsi Gabbard? Had you had interaction about that in the past? And how do you think it went?
SEN. KAMALA HARRIS: Well, I mean, listen, I — this is going to sound immodest, but I’m obviously a top-tier candidate, and so I did expect that I would be on the stage and take hits tonight because there are a lot of people that are trying to make the stage for the next debate.
COOPER: For a lot of them it’s do or die.
HARRIS: Especially when some people are at zero or 1%, whatever she might be at. So I did expect that I might take hits tonight.
Kamala Harris on Tulsi Gabbard’s comments regarding her record as a prosecutor: “I’m obviously a top tier candidate and so I did expect that I would be on the stage and take hits tonight. … I’m prepared to move on” #DemDebate
Well, here we are three months later, and the tables have dramatically turned. Not only has Kamala Harris’ campaign cratered, but in some national and state polls Gabbard is now ahead of her, in spite of vicious attacks on the Hawaii congresswoman earlier this month from failed 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
First up, the CNN/UH state poll out of New Hampshire:
@DavidChalianNew CNN/UNH poll numbers from the Granite State (margin of error +\- 4.1%)
Here’s how things have trended in that poll since July:
New CNN poll of NH (trend since July):
Sanders: 21% (+2)
Warren: 18% (-1)
Biden: 15% (-9)
Buttigieg: 10% (+0)
Gabbard: 5% (+4)
Klobuchar: 5% (+5)
Yang: 5% (+4)
Harris: 3% (-6)
Steyer: 3% (+3)
Gets Gabbard one step closer to November debate.https://www.cnn.com/2019/10/29/politics/new-hampshire-poll-2020-cnn/index.html …