Kamala Harris begins her Victory Speech by talking about the importance of democracy in the United States. She says democracy must not be taken for granted, and people must constantly work to defend it. Harris thanks campaign staff, election officials, and the American people who voted for their contributions to protecting democracy.
Harris then goes on to acknowledge the challenging times the United States is going through. She says she has seen people’s pain, struggles, and worries, but she has also witnessed their courage and resilience. She mentions the past four years, when people have marched for racial equality or the climate crisis.
Harris then talks about Joe Biden’s character and explains why he is fit to be the president of the United States. She says Biden i...