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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2019, 01:17:27 AM »
Let the research begin  :-P

https://www.theblaze.com/news/willie-brown-relationship-kamala-harris?utm_content=buffer9cea2&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=glennbeck

"A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle, but she better be prepared to suck some politically connected d*ck if she wants a shot at being president."

I think I saw that on a t-shirt, I could be wrong.


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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris
« Reply #2 on: January 28, 2019, 09:13:36 AM »
Slept her way to power.

Just perfect for the Dems.  The central 2020 argument is that Trump is an immoral man and they run a woman who ascended to political power through her bedroom relationship with a powerful married man 30 years her senior. 

Raised in Berkeley until 12, then lived in (Montreal) Canada until college.  Harvard undergrad.  Univ. Calif law school.
https://www.berkeleyside.com/2019/01/24/did-kamala-harris-berkeley-childhood-shape-the-presidential-hopeful

Will the Obama machine sit back and watch a 36-way fist fight, cat fight, or will they jump in and back someone like Ms. Harris?

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Sen. Kamala Harris calls for third gender on Fed IDs.
« Reply #8 on: April 24, 2019, 03:06:51 PM »
second post

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young black men should get the reefer jobs
« Reply #9 on: April 24, 2019, 04:57:48 PM »
"they are ahead of the curve"

I guess she never saw reefer madness or knew Robert Mitchum busted for grass or the half the 60s and 70 generation smoked dope.:

Harris: Young Black Men Jailed for Selling Pot Should Be ‘the First in Line’ for Legal Weed Jobs — ‘They Were Ahead of the Curve’
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On Wednesday, MSNBC played a clip of 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) discussing marijuana policy at the “She the People” presidential forum in Houston.

When asked about the “gentrification” of the legal marijuana industry, Harris said, “Invariably a lot of the people who historically who were arrested for marijuana sales were young men, young men of color. And so isn’t that the irony of it all? That now this is one of the fastest growing money-making industries in our country and the very young men who were trying to make money doing the same thing, but got criminalized and have now been branded felons for life are excluded from the economic opportunities that are now available because of this new industry.”


She continued, “There have to be policies in place and look at the background and actually do the work of saying some of those young men should be first in line to get the jobs that are available. And that their felony convictions should not be the barrier to them having employment in an industry they were a part of before it was an industry.”

She added, “They were ahead of the curve.”


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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris
« Reply #10 on: April 24, 2019, 05:21:26 PM »
One Alphonse Capone was way ahead of the curve on the end of prohibition! Visionary!

Kamel-toe sure didn’t hesitate to prosecute those visionary young men she now advocates for.

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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris
« Reply #11 on: April 24, 2019, 07:41:36 PM »
Let not our hostility to her blind us to the fact that nonetheless, this is an appealing point and articulation for her.

The underlying momentum is for marijuana. 

No doubt the pendulum will swing too far; that is the nature of things.

But the noise Trump is making recently sounds like a politically fading version of former AG Sessions.  The right play for Trump is to say it should not be a federal issue and should be left to the laboratory of democracy.

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WSJ: Kamala Harris: The Prosecutor who can't make up her mind
« Reply #12 on: April 30, 2019, 12:47:30 PM »
The Prosecutor Who Can’t Make Up Her Mind
Kamala Harris reverses herself surprisingly often on matters at the core of her professional life.
By Harmeet K. Dhillon
April 29, 2019 6:41 p.m. ET
Kamala Harris at a CNN town hall in Manchester, N.H., April 22. Photo: CNN

Should the surviving Boston Marathon bomber be allowed to vote from prison? It sounds like an easy question, but it wasn’t for California Sen. Kamala Harris at a CNN town hall April 22. “I have been long an advocate of making sure that the formerly incarcerated are not denied a right to vote,” she answered. When host Don Lemon tried to pin her down on whether Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should be allowed to vote, she said: “I think we should have that conversation.”

The next day she changed her mind. After saying at a press conference that the question was “complex” and she planned to “talk to experts” about it, she added: “Do I think that people who commit murder, people who are terrorists should be deprived of their rights? Yeah, I do. I’m a prosecutor.”
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It won’t be the first awkward flip-flop for Ms. Harris, who served six years as California’s attorney general before her election to the Senate in 2016. Already her experience as the state’s top law-enforcement officer is proving to be stumbling block in the presidential nomination contest for a party increasingly antagonistic toward police, traditional norms and the justice system.

When Ms. Harris ran for San Francisco district attorney in 2003, she positioned herself as tough on crime, a more reasonable alternative to the extremely progressive incumbent, Terence Hallinan. She won with support from police, victim advocates and even Republicans. But she disappointed them a few months after taking office by refusing to pursue the death penalty for a man who killed San Francisco police officer Isaac Espinoza. In 2008 she made a show of deliberating for months before deciding not to seek the death penalty for MS-13 gang member Edwin Ramos, who was convicted of a triple murder.

Now that Ms. Harris has set her sights on the White House, she’s been distancing herself from other, tougher aspects of her record as district attorney and attorney general. She cracked down on truancy by criminally prosecuting 25 parents; now she plays down the effort by insisting that “no one went to jail.” She once scoffed at decriminalizing prostitution; she now supports it. As district attorney, she worked to increase bail in San Francisco; she now favors the abolition of bail in favor of computerized risk-assessment programs—although many progressive activists have derided those as racially biased.

As district attorney, she publicly supported then-Mayor Gavin Newsom’s policy of reporting juvenile criminal suspects believed to be in the U.S. illegally to Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Now she wants to abolish ICE and “start from scratch,” whatever that means. She opposed legalization of marijuana when she ran for attorney general in 2010 and avoided the question during her 2014 re-election campaign. Now she supports legalizing recreational marijuana use because it “brings people joy.” In a February radio interview, she even jokingly acknowledged having smoked weed in her youth: “Half my family is Jamaican—are you kidding me?”

Politicians change their minds all the time, either out of expedience or after learning more. What’s odd about Ms. Harris’s flip-flops is that so many of them relate to her core professional experience. She wasn’t a public defender or prison-reform advocate. She worked in criminal justice for more than two decades and was chief law-enforcement officer in America’s most populous state. Now she seems to be abandoning, or at least rethinking, many of the principles that have guided her life’s work.

Ms. Harris’s positions as a prosecutor are out of step with her party’s increasingly radical ideas about social and racial justice. It’s predictable that she’d try to pander to progressives, who are paying more attention than anyone else at this stage of the contest. But the sheer volume of her about-faces makes her seem unusually disingenuous. If she isn’t going to stand by her decades of history as a prosecutor, what does she stand for? And what would she stand for as president?

Ms. Dhillon is a San Francisco trial lawyer and vice president of the Republican National Lawyers Association.

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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris pays men more than women
« Reply #13 on: May 22, 2019, 05:07:39 AM »
Slow thread.  Wow, did she lose interest quickly.

Kamala Harris Has a Plan to Close the 'Gender Pay Gap'—and It's Completely Unworkable
https://pjmedia.com/trending/kamala-harris-has-a-plan-to-close-the-gender-pay-gap-thats-entirely-unworkable/

One Day After Announcing Wage Gap Plan, Report Shows Men Are Paid More Than Women in Kamala Harris’ Office
https://ijr.com/report-shows-men-are-paid-more-than-women-in-kamala-harris-office/

The penalties outlined by Harris’ team include a fine of 1% of the company’s profits for every 1% of a “wage gap” that exists.

Unfortunately for women in Harris’ Senate office, the total compensation gap for her staff is 94 cents on the dollar. According to a report from the Washington Free Beacon, the median male salary disbursement was $34,999 and the median female salary disbursement was $32,999.
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I guess she's lucky her Senate office has no profits.



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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris,
« Reply #16 on: August 19, 2019, 12:15:17 PM »
https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2019/08/more_stiffing_the_little_guy_from_haughty_kamala_harris_.html

August 16, 2019
More stiffing the little guy from haughty Kamala Harris
By Monica Showalter
As we've said more than once, Kamala Harris has an authenticity problem.

This characterization, from Thomas Lifson last month, pretty well sums her up every time a Kamala Harris story comes to light:

Kamala Harris is scary in her pathological ambition, moral flexibility, comfort with deception, and sheer ruthlessness.

So here's a new one, from California watcher Susan Crabtree at RealClearPolitics, reporting Harris's soapboxing at the second presidential debate:

“So in my background as attorney general of California, I took on the big banks who preyed on the homeowners, many of whom lost their homes and will never be able to buy another,” Harris said in late July during the second round of Democratic debates in Detroit.

Here's what really happened:

In fact, she and several other state attorneys general were instrumental in negotiating a $25 billion national settlement with five of the top U.S. mortgage lenders to provide debt relief and other financial services to struggling homeowners. But in 2012, just months after Harris secured those funds along with the other state AGs, then-California Gov. Jerry Brown diverted $331 million from California’s portion of the settlement to pay off state budget shortfalls incurred before the housing crisis.

Although Harris initially spoke out against Brown’s diversion of the funds, she remained silent on a subsequent court battle that began in 2014 – even after she left the attorney general’s office and for the last year and a half while serving as senator and during her presidential bid this year.

Which is pretty outrageous. Harris shook down some banks in the name of "the people" and then like a crooked lawyer, didn't give the "winnings" to the clients. Whoever got wronged in this mortgage-lending mess didn't see a penny of the won cash. It all just went to other Democrat priorities within the one-party state.

Sound like the kind of lawyer you'd want to have if you got stiffed in some bank deal? Whatever this is, it's not the doing of the consumer advocate she's now painting herself to be.

Any more than she's the prison-rights advocate she claims to be - she threw thousands of them in jail for petty offenses during her time as State Attorney General, kept people in jail beyond their sentences in order to retain them to fight fires, and refused to disavow false testimony from prosecutorial misconduct that would have freed prisoners. She's never been about the little guy.

The mortgage-payout story shows two distasteful things about Harris.

One, she plays the old California political machine game (it probably happens in other crooked one-party states, too) of amassing a vast pot of money for one purpose, a virtue-signaling purpose, a purpose that press releases can be released on, and political campaign speeches can be made ... and then spending the same pile of cash on something thing else, something far less salable to the voters, something that will cover up spending mismanagement or fatten pensions. In California, this game is gotten away with all the time. Gas tax is approved by voters to improve roads ... and ends up bankrolling bureaucrat and administrative hiring sprees. Federal stimulus money is shoveled into the state for shovel-ready bridges and road improvements --- and goes to cover municipal budget holes brought on by mismanagement. Voters approve bond measures in the name of hiring teachers and getting more school supplies for kids in education -- and it goes to educrat pensions and union siphon-offs. Harris is comfortable operating that way in taking on the big banks, shaking them down -- and just letting the money head elsewhere.

Two, she's still the teacher's pet of Democrats, the sidling, sucking-up, get-along-to-go-along, slept-her-way-to-the-top errand girl the more powerful Democrats like. Crabtree reports that Harris first protested the diversion of the funds, and then went silent. Why would she do that? Obviouly, she heard from more powerful Democrats, the kind who could make or break her career. An Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez-style boat-rocker she was not. The money was won, the cash was collected, the whole thing went to the government instead of the little guys, and she went along.

Which pretty well tells us what kind of leader she would be if heaven forbid she should win the presidency. In winning the money and then allowing it to be diverted, she failed the little guys she now says she was serving. And with that, she shows she's never been about serving the people, she's about obeying the greater interests of the Democratic political machine. No wonder she's so popular in those circles - she's been kowtowing to these rich and powerful since the dawn of her career. For voters, the real message, as she vows to take over their health care, hand out reparations to black people, and offer free stuff for votes is clear: That the cash she promises isn't going to get anywhere near the little guys. Not even the illegal immigrants she's promising free health care for can believe her.

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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris, back down to 5% in latest CNN poll
« Reply #17 on: August 20, 2019, 06:40:59 AM »
By my calculation, 5% of Democrats = 2% of voters.  Depending on who you ask, she was the one to watch this summer.  People watched but didn't like.
https://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2020/president/us/2020_democratic_presidential_nomination-6730.html

She had her big moment in the first debate but it turned out to be all drama and no substance.  She had another moment in the second debate where the spotlight was put on her record.  The accusations turned out to be true and substantive.  Her response to it was to attack the person of the attacker.  She did not address the substance of the charge.  Very Trump-like.  https://www.lucianne.com/2019/08/02/kamala_harris_stooped_lowbrto_smear_tulsi_gabbardbrafter_getting_taken-downbrby_her_in_presidential_debate_11449.html

It begs the question, do Dems motivated by hatred of Trump for his personal qualities they see as vile want to beat him by choosing the candidate with those same qualities?  Doesn't Trump win that contest?  Don't Dems lose either way if they truly hate those qualities.  Maybe yes given they are currently drifting away from Harris.
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Sen. Kamala Harris also earns the pinnochio award for Michael Brown "murder"
« Reply #18 on: September 03, 2019, 06:32:45 AM »
Even though she may be irrelevant at this point I didn't want this to go undocumented in our threads:

Michael Brown’s murder forever changed Ferguson and America. His tragic death sparked a desperately needed conversation and a nationwide movement. We must fight for stronger accountability and racial equity in our justice system.

— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) August 9, 2019

Ummm, Michael Brown wasn't murdered and reckless, hateful tweets are what I thought you twits are running against.

Citing left wing Vox citing the Obama administration to admonish her:

But the Justice Department’s 2015 report contradicted many of the protesters’ claims, finding that Wilson likely did have reason to fear for his life and didn’t violate the law in shooting Brown. The Warren and Harris campaigns did not return requests for comment.
https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2019/8/12/20801975/elizabeth-warren-kamala-harris-michael-brown-ferguson-tweets

Who will call the hateful gals out on this in the upcoming Dem debate?

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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris
« Reply #19 on: September 03, 2019, 08:45:41 AM »
Yes, good to note that she joined Forked Tongue in this scurrilous race baiting lie.

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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris, Michael Brown "murder"
« Reply #20 on: September 03, 2019, 10:11:09 AM »
Yes, good to note that she joined Forked Tongue in this scurrilous race baiting lie.

Amazing that the Democratic former Attorney General of California does not have any trust in the Democratic Justice Department of the far Left Obama administration.  Who else doesn't she trust?

The rush to judgment in the aftermath of that incident before the facts came out was reckless.  I don't know what to call the refusal to look at the facts after they came out.  At the least, someone who never should have been state AG or US Senator much less a future President.  Maybe someone on the debate stage can knock these two down a few notches with this. 

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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris, Michael Brown "murder"
« Reply #21 on: September 03, 2019, 04:46:59 PM »
This isn't reckless, it's quite deliberate.


Yes, good to note that she joined Forked Tongue in this scurrilous race baiting lie.

Amazing that the Democratic former Attorney General of California does not have any trust in the Democratic Justice Department of the far Left Obama administration.  Who else doesn't she trust?

The rush to judgment in the aftermath of that incident before the facts came out was reckless.  I don't know what to call the refusal to look at the facts after they came out.  At the least, someone who never should have been state AG or US Senator much less a future President.  Maybe someone on the debate stage can knock these two down a few notches with this.

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Stumbling Kamala Harris, mentally retarded?
« Reply #22 on: September 09, 2019, 07:00:56 AM »
Still in single digits in every poll I've seen - among Democrats - far below bumbling Joe, mad Bernie and Feuxcahantas, people thought she had more potential but she keeps showing she is not quick on her feet or ready for prime time.

The latest screwup: 

The questioner, wondering why congressional Democrats have declined to move forward on impeachment proceedings, asked Harris what she was "going to do in the next one year to diminish the mentally retarded actions" by Trump. The crowd cheered prompting Harris to laugh and say, "well said, ha, ha, ha, well said."

But "mentally retarded" is a phrase no longer allowed in civilized, liberal-speak, especially to describe real challenges or to denigrate someone who is not mentally retarded, like a billionaire graduate of Wharton elected President of the United States whose policies you disagree with.  From a Trump derangement point of view, that is a slam on the mentally retarded.

24 hours later, the Harris defense is that the man's use of the phrase was "not something that I really heard or processed."

What?  She responded: "Well said, ha, ha, ha, well said", to something she didn't really hear or process??  How can that be?  He was at the front of the room, with her, on microphone and speaker, and she was looking right at him and laughed with the group.

And they think Trump is the dunce.

Now she lectures us on the use of that kind of description is bad; "in the year 2019, people should know it's hurtful."

Fair enough.  It was hurtful.  If she knew that, then her lack of awareness on the stump is making Biden, Warren, Bernie [and Trump] look good. 

Good luck trying to deny and unsay what is on camera and microphone in a small room of paid supporters, reporters and audio visual people.  The tape is out:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OStBltmvoD8

That symbolizes the problem with all of them.  Instead of being ready to call out their own side for all the over-the-top comments, ideas and policies, from impeachment to Russian collusion to climate crisis to Brett Kavanaugh is a gang rapist to single payer and stay focused, they instead are eager to match them and raise them with more retarded words and ideas




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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris;
« Reply #23 on: September 16, 2019, 07:50:52 AM »
https://thehill.com/homenews/senate/461483-harris-bashes-kavanaughs-sham-nomination-process-calls-for-his-impeachment

call for impeachment on an allegation made against someone in a politically biased newspaper.

prosecutorial abuse. guilty on an allegation .  Gotta love when it is in her interest she calls on "waiting for the facts"
when not,  that basic lawyer tenant is simply discarded .

how did someone like this actually get to be attorney general of the most populous state?



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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris;
« Reply #24 on: September 16, 2019, 08:34:46 AM »
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how did someone like this actually get to be attorney general of the most populous state?
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Slept with Willie Brown, 30 years her senior, now 85, in her 30s, the most powerful Democratic politician in the state.   https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2019/01/27/willie-brown-kamala-harris-san-francisco-chronicle-letter/2695143002/  That is exactly how she got her start.  No one believed she was qualified for her first appointments and her work as Calif AG is not surviving scrutiny.

Nothing says women's rights like sleeping your way to the top.

It's not like she's a constitutional scholar (impeach without evidence of a crime?) or leader on anything else except being a drama queen.


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Re: AG Kamala Harris door kicker of journalists
« Reply #26 on: September 25, 2019, 01:44:57 PM »
https://presscorp.org/news/hearings-expose-how-kamala-harris-used-prosecutorial-power-to-benefit-abortion-businesses-that-support-her-campaigns

"former California attorney general Kamala Harris launched an investigation into the work of citizen journalists and abortion activists David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt, who discovered Planned Parenthood’s trafficking of aborted baby body parts."


Don't they have 'whistleblower' protections in the people's republic of California?

"trafficking of aborted baby body parts" is a particularly heinous, organized crime.  Only politics and money can explain why this public official pursued the discoverers of the crime instead of the perpetrators.  There is no math, science or history that indicates electing Democrats would move us away from corruption.

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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris
« Reply #27 on: September 25, 2019, 11:46:06 PM »
There was another case too; forget the guy's name, he has done various colorful undercover surreptitious recordings busting prog scams, and IIRC KH seized his unpublished notes or something like that  , ,


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Sen. Kamala Harris, Federal funds for Calif Homelssness
« Reply #29 on: October 17, 2019, 08:04:31 AM »
https://www.eastbaytimes.com/2019/10/03/kamala-harris-homelessness-bill-california/

Kamala Harris calls for more federal funds to end chronic homelessness
California senator's bill would add supportive and transitional housing and emergency shelters to get people off the streets
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Econ 101:  Putting more financial rewards into homelessness will get you more homelessness.  A tax on homelessness is what would alleviate the problem.

Not to mention the contradiction of federal funds to fight state and local problems.

California has a state budget of $300 billion dollars not counting solar mandates etc.  If this is a priority, why not shake loose some of those dollars?  Or raise taxes!

One cause of rampant homelessness in California is the year round good weather.  A home, exponentially more expensive because of state and local laws, is not essential for shelter, especially when the urination and defecation rights on city sidewalks are free and legal.

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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris
« Reply #30 on: October 17, 2019, 09:13:22 PM »
Refresh my memory please:  What reporter was it that AG Harris raided for unpublished materials?  The guy who filmed Planned Parenthood undercover?

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AG Kamala Harris's raid to protect Planned Parenthood
« Reply #31 on: October 18, 2019, 01:38:07 AM »
Refresh my memory please:  What reporter was it that AG Harris raided for unpublished materials?  The guy who filmed Planned Parenthood undercover?

https://www.lifenews.com/2019/08/29/kamala-harris-raided-david-daleidens-home-stole-video-footage-after-he-exposed-planned-parenthood/
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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris
« Reply #32 on: October 18, 2019, 07:58:56 AM »
Doug:

That is what I was thinking of-- thank you.  I've renamed the post to make it easier to find.

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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris
« Reply #33 on: October 31, 2019, 02:41:20 PM »
Kamala Harris is not turning out to be the candidate that some people thought.  When they say single digits, they mean among Democrats.  She trails in her own state, and everywhere else.

Like Klobuchar, I don't happen to believe Harris was a top prosecutor.  I think they were political figureheads that were responsible for a team of prosecutors.

As one of their competitors might say, Kamala Harris, you didn't build that.

https://newrepublic.com/article/155138/kamala-harris-moving-iowa

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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris
« Reply #34 on: October 31, 2019, 04:22:08 PM »
Kamala Harris is not turning out to be the candidate that some people thought.  When they say single digits, they mean among Democrats.  She trails in her own state, and everywhere else.

Like Klobuchar, I don't happen to believe Harris was a top prosecutor.  I think they were political figureheads that were responsible for a team of prosecutors.

As one of their competitors might say, Kamala Harris, you didn't build that.

https://newrepublic.com/article/155138/kamala-harris-moving-iowa

Who knew that you couldn't suck your way into the white house?


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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris
« Reply #35 on: November 01, 2019, 05:21:24 AM »
"Who knew that you couldn't suck your way into the white house?"

Well Lewinsky did , but then learned you couldn't stay there...............

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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris
« Reply #36 on: November 01, 2019, 07:39:49 AM »
If only Hillary had done her wifely duty , , ,

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Kamala Harris, We hardly knew ya
« Reply #37 on: December 04, 2019, 06:29:20 AM »
They ask why her campaign unraveled but when was it anything else?  What new did she bring to the contest?  Nothing.  She sounded nasally, entitled, condescending and sarcastic, not the least bit inspiring.  Like the others, she comes into it having accomplished nothing.  What can you accomplish when your goal and your strategy is to divide?  What should she touted in her background; there's nothing of substance there.  In the Senate she took on Sessions and Kavanaugh - and lost.  Believing women who make up bad stuff against men doesn't advance the cause of women.  Making abortion easy isn't helping women either.

We thought she might be the next Obama but she wasn't.  To be fair, he couldn't pull that off again either.
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LAT agrees with me?  https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2019-12-04/skelton-california-senator-kamala-harris-drops-out-presidential-race

"She hadn’t yet established herself in the U.S. Senate. And she hadn’t exactly excelled in her previous job as California’s attorney general. There wasn’t much of a record worth bragging about on the campaign trail."
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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris
« Reply #38 on: December 04, 2019, 06:33:50 AM »
I would add she won't be missed but,

of course like all good Dem narcissists

she won't go away .

she will be back somehow........

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headline : harris gives Meghan "a lesson" in defund police
« Reply #39 on: June 09, 2020, 07:03:44 AM »
https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/watch-kamala-harris-meghan-mccain-222251368.html

it is easy to turn this around and give Harris a lesson

perhaps 1/3 of city budgets to police are in areas where there are high crime rates

oh they just need better schools (all run by democrats and teachers unions). more health care (how about.a freer more transparent healthy care market ?), more jobs ( did not Trump give these people more jobs? more than any democrat ever did ?)

same old Democrat lines - more money for this for that for more for everything
how has that worked in the past lifetime ?

these same cities are nearly all run by your party harris




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Re: NRO: Sen. Kamala Harris 2019
« Reply #42 on: August 11, 2020, 10:11:01 PM »

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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris, radical Left
« Reply #44 on: August 12, 2020, 04:31:52 AM »
https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2020/08/12/joe_bidens_awful_vice_presidential_pick_143939.html

Harris is deeply radical. She endorsed "Medicare for All" while announcing that she would move Americans away from their private health care plans; she announced in open debate that she would use executive orders to ban "assault weapons"; she said she would ban fracking; she attacked Justice Brett Kavanaugh as a purported rapist and Judge Brian Buescher for his Catholicism. Harris is unpopular with many black Americans: As a prosecutor, she was fond of pursuing heavy sentences for light charges, as well as civil asset forfeiture -- and then she bragged about smoking marijuana during her campaign. Harris has similarly alienated moderates, attacking Biden himself as a vicious racist for his unwillingness to support forced school busing in the 1970s, and suggesting that she believed Biden's sexual harassment accusers. There is a reason Harris utterly flamed out in the primaries, aside from her bizarre habit of breaking into a Joker-esque whoop when asked difficult questions.

Nothing about Harris screams nonthreatening. In fact, in her Machiavellian campaign manipulations, she appeared deeply threatening -- threatening enough that Biden campaign adviser Chris Dodd reportedly wondered why Harris "had no remorse" for her opportunistic and dishonest attacks on Biden. At the very least, Biden should hire a food taster.

In selecting Harris, Biden has opened the door to the Trump campaign. And Trump should take full advantage. Biden's alleged moderation means nothing if he is willing to place Kamala Harris one heartbeat from the presidency. Biden's entire campaign strategy has now been undercut -- all in a vain attempt to please the Twitterati, who will remain pleased for precisely seven seconds. Trump should be ecstatic. The race is on. And that's all on Biden.

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Re: Sen. Kamala Harris
« Reply #45 on: August 12, 2020, 05:52:58 AM »
she already has the joker like 24/7 grin
out of the Hillary playbook
what is it about women democrats they think they have to grin all the time

is it to deflect their true nature

that alone gives away what frauds they are.

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Biden and Tulsi rip Kamala Harris and vice versa
« Reply #46 on: August 12, 2020, 08:52:19 AM »
And some other debate exchanges:

Kamala:  "cleaning up the mess you [Biden] made when you were in the US Senate!"

TULSI GABBARD: I want to bring the conversation back to the broken criminal justice system that is disproportionately negatively impacting black and brown people all across this country today. Now Senator Harris says she's proud of her record as a prosecutor and that she'll be a prosecutor president.

But I'm deeply concerned about this record. There are too many examples to cite but she put over 1,500 people in jail for marijuana violations and then laughed about it when she was asked if she ever smoked marijuana.

She blocked evidence -- she blocked evidence that would have freed an innocent man from death row until the courts forced her to do so. She kept people in prison beyond their sentences to use them as cheap labor for the state of California.
And she fought to keep ...

TAPPER: Thank you, Congresswoman.

GABBARD: Bail system in place that impacts poor people in the worst kind of way.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6CFS4tHf4w
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Besides content and her anger at Biden, watch Harris for style.  They made fun of Beto for his wild hand movements.  Watch Kamala nod or shake or head while she speaks with her head movement having nothing to do with what she is talking about:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6CFS4tHf4w
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Crime lab scandal rocked Kamala Harris's term as San Francisco DA
https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/crime-lab-scandal-rocked-kamala-harriss-term-as-san-francisco-district-attorney/2019/03/06/825df094-392b-11e9-a06c-3ec8ed509d15_story.html?tid=sm_tw_pol

https://americarisingpac.org/wapo-crime-lab-scandal-rocked-harriss-term-as-san-francisco-da/

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K.O.C. Kamala Ocasio Cortez
« Reply #49 on: August 12, 2020, 07:56:38 PM »
The point of all these squad members winning Democrat primaries is that they have already taken over the Democrat party.  Biden was once a moderate of sorts.  What's left of him is not and neither are his handlers or his agenda.  Picking a VP is his biggest decision yet, and he picked the 4th most Left member of the very radical Left side of the Senate.  Kamala, and Biden now too, want to ban all private health insurance in their quest to implement "single payer".  They will ban the automobile as we know in the zeal to ban fracking and end the use of fossil fuels.  Their embrace of the AOC written Green New Deal means you don't get to decide how to heat your home or whether to cool it.  THEY will decide for you.  Socialism means coercion and these two are fully on board.  Kamala hates Israel - like Omar, Tlaib, AOC.  Biden is soft on China - just like they wrongly projected Trump would be on Russia.  This election isn't about how Kamala slept her way into power or Joe being senile or neither having remorse when they destroy the innocent in their ends justify means world, cf. Clarence Thomas, Brett Kavanaugh.  That's just bad character revealing itself.  Their real problem is far-Leftism, which is oppressive, coercive, dishonest and aims to destroy our country and all our liberties.  That's why we don't want them in power.

Kamala said she sides with the protesters, the 'mostly peaceful' protesters, and wants to change this country - away from the way it was founded.  Kamala and Biden are political clones of AOC, Omar.  Kamala is KOC and the ticket is BKOC, Biden Kamala Ocasio Cortez.  There's no daylight between them.