Fox NewsTucker CarlsonThe familiar route of questioning Vice President Kamala Harris is really “from” the U.S. because she went to high school in Canada.

“The one thing we know for sure about Kamala Harris is we should all be very, very grateful to have her because she’s historic for reasons that no one ever explains,” Carlson said sarcastically of the first woman, the first woman of color, the first South Asian and first Black American to hold the vice presidency.

“But there’s a lot we don’t know about Kamala Harris. Most people probably don’t know she really grew up in Canada, where she went to high school,” he said. “She’s not from this country in that sense, or she’s certainly also from Canada.”

“Why haven’t we heard that?” he added.

Harris was raised in San Francisco Bay and attended high school in Montreal. Her mother is a cancer researcher and teacher. Carlson was also born in the Bay Area, and she has briefly considered attending a Swiss boarding school.

It’s not the first time Carlson has questioned Harris’ Americanness due to her stint north of the border. He was last year suggested she doesn’t know American history because of it. He also defends. birther-esque claimsShe continues to question her ability to identify herself as Black and has not stopped asking questions. mispronounce her nameEven after it was corrected live, the program has been re-broadcast sexist attacksInformation about her relationship history.

In line with that trend, Carlson questioned the pronunciation of “Kamala” on Tuesday’s show and then dedicated a segment to examining her former personal relationships and accusing her of “dating powerful men” to get ahead in her political career.


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