Anna Paulina

Trump Supporter Accuses Sen. Kamala Harris of Exploiting ‘Hispanic Women and Children for Votes’: Video

Anna Paulina, who says on her Twitter profile that she’s a wife, Air Force veteran, and conservative Chicana, proudly posted a video of her accosting Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calf.), who is running for president, in an airport accusing her of exploiting “Hispanic women and children for votes.” 

The video has gone viral with almost 2 million views. Anna Paulina is the Director of Hispanic Engagement at Turning Point USA, a conservative youth organization. 

Nicaraguan-American journalist Ana Navarro-Cárdenas praised Harris and her staff for how they dealt with a “close physical encounter and verbal assault.” 

Many replied to Paulina’s video on Twitter disagreeing with her accusations.

Actress Yvette Nicole Brown tweeted:

Anna Paulina says in the video that Harris is “damaging what’s happening to Hispanic women and children at the border because she’s promoting family reunification.”  A Twitter user pointed out that the Trump administration is at fault for families being separated at the border.

Last year, during a segment on Fox News, host Rick Leventhal talked about Hillary Clinton and her email controversy.

“I am amazed that with everything going on in the world, we still have Hillary Clinton in the headlines,” Leventhal said.

Paulina responded, “She won’t go away. She’s like herpes.”

At that point, she got booted off the show.

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