One of the high-profile theories of Trump’s non mainstream media is referring to trump. He said he heard reports that Harris was “not qualified” to serve as vice president of the United States.
according to the BBC website on August 14, Harris was born in Oakland, California on October 20, 1964. Her father is Jamaican and her mother is Indian. But a conservative professor has written questioning whether her birth background meets the legal requirements.
critics say the charges against Harris are racist. In the past, trump has been promoting the false “birthplace of Obama” theory for many years, pointing out that former President Obama was not born in the United States.
at the White House press conference held on the 13th, a reporter asked trump about Harris’ birth background. Trump replied, “I just heard today that she did not meet the requirements, and by the way, the professor who wrote that article is a fully qualified and very competent lawyer.”
the reporter who asked the question answered trump that no one questioned whether Harris was born in the United States, and the questions about her background were limited to whether her parents were legal permanent residents of the United States at the time of her birth.
prior to that, Jenna Ellis, an adviser to the trump campaign, forwarded a tweet from Tim fiton, head of Judicial Watch, a conservative group in the United States. In his tweet, fiton questioned whether Harris “is qualified to serve as vice president under the citizenship clause of the U.S. Constitution.”.
Eastman’s argument is based on the view that, at the time of Harris’s birth, if her parents held a student visa or other non permanent resident status, Harris might not have been subject to U.S. jurisdiction at that time. Eastman’s article was criticized by many readers after it was published.
according to the associated press, New York, August 15, Newsweek apologized for an article that questioned the citizenship of Senator Harris and whether he was qualified to be Biden’s running mate. This is a false racist conspiracy theory that President trump has not abandoned.
Eastman, the author of this column, is a conservative lawyer who believes that the constitution of the United States does not give birth to citizenship. Eastman questioned Harris’ qualifications based on his parents’ immigration status.
according to the report, trump built his political career on questioning the legitimacy of a political opponent. He is an important force behind the “birthplace conspiracy theory” – a lie that questions whether Obama, the country’s first black president, is qualified to be president.