Kamala Harris claims to be black now. Sometimes, she pretends to even have a Southern black accent.
This is despite the fact that she grew up in Canada as a Hindu.
Indians certainly claim her.
This is another one of those things that should probably be a little bit scary.
Waking up to the news of Kamala Harris’ election as U.S. vice president, overjoyed people in her Indian grandfather’s hometown set off firecrackers and offered prayers on Sunday.
Groups gathered at street corners in Thulasendrapuram, a tiny village of 350 people, reading newspapers and chatting about Joe Biden and Harris’ victory before moving to a temple.
A woman wrote in color powder outside her home: “Congratulations Kamala Harris. Pride of our village. Vanakkam (Greetings) America.”
“For two or three days we kept our fingers crossed while the result was delayed,” said village resident Kalidas Vamdayar. “Now it’s a joyful moment for us. We are enjoying it.”
“We will celebrate with firecrackers, distributing Indian sweets to people and praying in the temple,” Vamdayar said. “We will request her to come here. She would have heard our voice and she may come.”
Tamil Nadu state Food Minister R. Kamraj led about 100 people at the Dharma Sastha temple for a 20-minute prayer during which the idol of Hindu deity Ayyanar, a form of Lord Shiva, was washed with milk and decked with flowers by the priest. He chanted hymns after lighting oil lamps, and the villagers bowed their heads in respect.
These people are literally doing satanic rituals to weird gods, and saying that these gods have now taken over our country in the form of Kamala Harris.
Ayyanar is a red-skinned demon with a mustache, shockingly similar in appearance to Western portrayals of Satan.
This situation is absolutely Biblical.
“Kamala Harris is the daughter of our village,” said Aulmozhi Sudhakar, a village councilor. “From children to senior citizens, each one of us is awaiting the day she will take the oath as the vice president of the U.S.”
There was more singing, dancing and firecrackers throughout the day in the village, where cutouts and posters wishing Harris a “grand success” adorned walls.
Women in the village, which is located 350 kilometers (215 miles) from the southern coastal city of Chennai, used bright colors to write “We Wish Kamala Harris Wins” on the ground, alongside a thumbs-up sign.
The lush green village is the hometown of Harris’ maternal grandfather, who had moved to Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu state, decades ago.
Inside the temple where people have been holding special prayers, Harris’ name is sculpted into a stone that lists public donations made to the temple in 2014, along with that of her grandfather who gave money decades ago.
Do you think prayers to foreign demon gods are helping her chances?
The only way we can combat that is with prayers to Jesus Christ.
Harris’ late mother also was born in India, before moving to the U.S. at the age of 19 to study at the University of California. She married a Jamaican man, and they named their daughter Kamala, Sanskrit for “lotus flower.”
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi described Harris’ success as pathbreaking, and a matter of immense pride not just for her relatives but also for all Indian-Americans. “I am confident that the vibrant India-US ties will get even stronger with your support and leadership,” he tweeted.
America used to be a country where people lived.
It was our home.
It was the happy place that our ancestors built for us – a place where we were supposed to be safe, where our children and their children would be safe.
That’s over now.
Now, America is a pie that the whole gluttonous world is cutting up and scarfing down.
Can you imagine if I guilt-tripped a bunch of Indians into putting me in charge of their country and in America, people were doing Hitler salutes, burning crosses, and praising the White Aryan takeover of India?
Would the media cover that the same way?