written by Valerie Morales

A few months ago, Kamala Harris was sacrosanct. After her immense I’m Running For President rollout in Oakland, California, she breathed elitist air. Positive and fawning press lingered for days as the media considered her a reasonable candidate for the Democratic nomination. Even Donald Trump paid attention to the mass of folk cheering her on, envious and neurotic. The visuals and analysis nudged Harris…