Kamala Harris recalls just wanting ‘fweedom’ in her childhood at Auschwitz

In a heartwarming story for Elle Magazine, President-elect Kamala Harris recalled her turbulent childhood at the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz, Poland.

The article reads, “She laughs from her gut, the way you would with family, as she remembers being wheeled through a Nazi concentration camp as a kid.”

“I remember my mother pushing me through the concentration camp at Auschwitz on a Grayco stroller,” Harris said with a belly laugh. “And a big burly Nazi came up to us and pushed me out of the stroller and I’m fussing and my mama asked me, ‘what do you want? What do you need?’ and I just said ‘fweedom’. I didn’t even know how to pronounce it but I knew that’s what I wanted.”

The story garnered much criticism because people are racist and not because Harris never spent time in a Nazi concentration camp.

Harris, whose only goal in life while at Auchwitz was “fweedom” went on to become California’s most prolific police woman, putting thousands behind bars for victimless crimes.

Harris is set to be sworn in as president as soon as Joe Biden is suicided sometime after January 20, 2021.