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Kamala Harris Lists The 3 Functions of Government, Gets Them ALL Wrong

One thing that highlights the brilliance of our Founding Fathers as they were putting together the Constitution was their understanding of human nature.

As a result of this understanding, they realized that, in order for a people to be free and not oppressed by their government, it needed to have separated powers so that no one branch could take over the others. This is why we have three distinct branches of government, each with specific responsibilities.

Most kids learn this in elementary school — or at least they used to before liberalism and big government got involved and shoved things such as common core down our throats.

However, it seems California senator and possible 2020 presidential contender Kamala Harris was absent that day of class.

She tried to use the various responsibilities of the three branches to attack the GOP budget. Sadly, she didn’t get any of them right. How embarrassing.

Twitchy reports:

This is one of those instances where it’s better to be thought a fool than to open your mouth and prove otherwise. She really thinks government has three functions (huh?) and they are as follows:

Wrong. Wrong. Wrong.

Wow, and this woman is a senator.

Now public safety MIGHT work into protecting against enemies foreign and domestic, but odds are she’s thinking something more along the lines of keeping abortion legal and granting amnesty to illegal immigrants.

Kamala doesn’t seem like the type to care much about protecting our borders.

And this, ladies and gentlemen, is one of the contenders for a Democratic presidential run? Seriously?

This is a person who has been spoon-fed the liberal agenda for far, far too long and has forgotten the facts she likely already knew about the role of our government.

Surely no one can land a spot in the federal government without knowing how it actually works, right? Anyone?

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