Sen. Kamala Harris did not have an easy time in Wednesday night's primary debate, and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard did not hold back after telling the California senator that she should apologize to the people who "suffered" under her "reign" as prosecutor.
Hawaii senator Gabbard attacked Harris' past as prosecutor, which led to the mass incarceration of Black and Brown communities.
"When you were in a position to impact these people's lives you did not and worse yet in the case of those on death row, innocent people, you actually blocked evidence that would have freed them, until you were forced to do that, and the people who suffered under your reign as prosecutor, you owe them an apology," Gabbard said.
Harris attempted to defend her record, "I did the work of significantly changing the criminal justice system, and I'm proud of that work, to not just give fancy speeches or be in a legislative body and give speeches on the floor but actually doing the work," Harris said.
Biden was also on standby to deliver blows to Harris:
"When Senator Harris was attorney general for eight years in the state of California, there were two of the most segregated school districts in the country, in Los Angeles and in San Francisco," he said.
"And she did not -- I didn't see a single solitary time she brought a case against them to desegregate them. Secondly, she also was in a situation where she had a police department when she was there that in fact, was abusing people's right. And the fact was that she, in fact, was told by her own people that her own staff that she should do something about and disclose to defense attorney's like me that you, in fact, have been -- the police officer did something that did not give you information of what (inaudible) your -- your client. She didn't do that. She never did it."
Harris dominated the last debate, but this time - she struggled. Biden and Booker have been cited as the winners of the night. Gabbard is also now on par with Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren according to Vox.