Kamala Harris

Kamala Harris

@SenKamalaHarris

Followers1.8M
Following750

United States Senator for California

Joined on November 29, 2016
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @SenKamalaHarris and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
9 hours
Average replies
515
Average retweets
2753
Average likes
10498
Tweets with photos
5 / 100
Tweets with videos
0 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

44. in country United States and category Politics

68. in country United States and category Society

259. in category Politics

362. in category Society

More than 150 days after her murder, I’m thinking about Breonna Taylor and our calls for justice that haven’t been answered. Justice delayed is justice denied, and we’re not going to become background noise. We need justice for Breonna and her family.

Quoted @SCVSHERIFF

#LakeFire visible all throughout SCV. Valencia (pictured left) Canyon Country (pictured right) https://t.co/KKSbMz1yGQ

#LakeFire visible all throughout SCV. Valencia (pictured left) Canyon Country (pictured right) https://t.co/KKSbMz1yGQ

#EVACUATIONS have commenced for the area of Lake Hughes Rd w/o Pine Cyn Rd & s/o Dry Gulch Rd #LakeFire https://t.co/ykqTC0yrMN

The administration has been expelling migrant children. They said it’s to contain the spread of COVID-19, but these children have tested negative. I’ll say it again– they’re using the pandemic to harm immigrants, including unaccompanied children. https://t.co/58mt5HDxFY

Last week, @RepAOC and I introduced the Climate Equity Act, comprehensive legislation that addresses the realities of environmental and climate injustice in our country. Justice and equity must be at the forefront of combating the climate crisis. https://t.co/vG86M8Kp6j

Let’s be clear: everyone must be counted in the upcoming Census. Undercounting Black and brown communities will cause suffering for generations to come. Accurate representation is essential– period. https://t.co/StUsuII19Y

Giving birth during a pandemic–specifically one disproportionately impacting people of color–presents challenges, especially for Black women. I joined @SenWarren & @RepUnderwood on legislation to ensure maternal care is centered in our COVID-19 response. https://t.co/b8SZDbQNtq

The executive orders issued by the president over the weekend are weak and inadequate. More than 163,000 Americans have died from coronavirus, yet the White House & Senate Republicans refuse to work toward a bipartisan bill. Congress must act now.

Quoted @NBCLatino

Black and Hispanic children are disproportionately affected by COVID-19, according to two CDC reports published Friday. https://t.co/jJroKdmahJ

Black and brown communities are being devastated by this virus, and our children are no exception. This is precisely why Congress must prioritize getting resources to these communities—and when the time comes, that includes vaccines too. https://t.co/ajiyBctev0

It’s been nearly 150 days since the murder of Breonna Taylor. We cannot allow our demands for justice to become background noise—because sleeping in your home should never be a death sentence. #SayHerName

Incarcerated individuals shouldn’t be cut off from their families during this pandemic because they can’t afford phone calls and video conferencing. My colleagues and I are pushing to eliminate these costs. And let’s be clear: calls should always be free, not just in a pandemic.

We're months into this pandemic with more difficult months ahead. It's absurd for anyone to think another $1,200 payment is going to be enough. @SenMarkey, @SenSanders, and I are calling for $2,000 monthly payments to ensure people can eat, pay bills, and simply survive.

Quoted @MSNBC

“Something definitely changed at the post office,” President of the American Postal Workers Union Mark Diamondstein says. “A few weeks ago, the new postmaster general put in some policies that we don’t think can do anything but slow down mail.” https://t.co/Ak0140FRYi

We have to call out what's really happening here: the Postmaster General, a Trump political ally and fundraiser, is destabilizing the Postal Service ahead of an election where millions seek to vote-by-mail in a pandemic. It's up to Congress to step in & save the Postal Service. https://t.co/u6dL9qVDnz

Quoted @latimes

Breaking: Trump signs executive orders aimed at bypassing Congress on coronavirus relief https://t.co/WERLcX4P3r

The ship is sinking and Trump came with duct tape. Rather than do their jobs and help pass a comprehensive bill to help millions who are hurting, the White House and Senate Republicans are giving up and moving on. These are totally insufficient. Congress. Must. Act. https://t.co/VOm65Sjcfs

Quoted @thehill

Harris, Ocasio-Cortez push climate equity bill with Green New Deal roots https://t.co/uRsABoZm8H https://t.co/5ucIDZ4DfE

Harris, Ocasio-Cortez push climate equity bill with Green New Deal roots https://t.co/uRsABoZm8H https://t.co/5ucIDZ4DfE

This week, @RepAOC and I introduced the Climate Equity Act, legislation to ensure that we center the fight against the climate crisis around justice and equity. Proud that we were able to propose an inclusive and comprehensive policy with input from community leaders. https://t.co/kFrr22XTEh

America will be judged harshly for this administration’s neglect of the wellbeing of immigrant children. It’s up to Congress to step in and fight for their health and safety. @SenJackyRosen and I are leading our colleagues in a push to do just that.

Chad Wolf’s testimony yesterday was completely unacceptable. Unleashing DHS agents to use chemical irritants on crowds of protesters that include pregnant women—without even consulting medical experts—is the height of irresponsibility.

Let's be clear about this: Democrats are fighting for a relief bill that meets the needs of this historic pandemic. That includes state and local funding, extending enhanced unemployment benefits, and reinstating the evictions moratorium. Republicans need to get on board.

Too many grocery chain CEOs continue to treat their workers as expendable. This is utterly unacceptable. It's time to reinstate hazard pay for all of America's grocery workers. Read my latest op-ed with @UFCW. https://t.co/Pkj3ZvlqfE

Where we are right now: -an evictions cliff because the moratorium on evictions has expired -a hunger crisis affecting 1 in 5 mothers' kids -no expanded unemployment benefits We have solutions in Congress to address every one of these issues—Republicans need to get on board.

#AppleFire Morning Update August 6, 2020

Size: 28,085 acres
Percent contained: 30%
Strategy: Full Suppression
Total Personnel: 2,591

Up-to-date incident information can be found at https://t.co/FV8GOXQy4l https://t.co/M4h3x0ImpS
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#AppleFire Morning Update August 6, 2020 Size: 28,085 acres Percent contained: 30% Strategy: Full Suppression Total Personnel: 2,591 Up-to-date incident information can be found at https://t.co/FV8GOXQy4l https://t.co/M4h3x0ImpS

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