[Ed. – Lincoln may have been honest, but Harris, like Biden, lies through her teeth.]
Sen. Kamala Harris of California attempted to rewrite history with regard to President Abraham Lincoln during Wednesday night’s vice presidential debate in Salt Lake City.
Harris refused to answer the court-packing question, and instead attempted to invoke some history of her own.
The only problem was her history was revised to fit the narrative she’d like voters to buy.
Harris tried to make an argument that in October of 1864, President Abraham Lincoln would not choose a nominee for Chief Justice Roger Taney because, with a national election approaching in the midst of the Civil War, “Honest Abe said, ‘It’s not the right thing to do.’”
But … Lincoln did not send a nominee to the Senate in October of 1864 … because the Senate was out of session until December. …