Kamala Harris is a far-left United States Senator from California. Harris is the leading fundraiser being bred by rich Democratic party donors to challenge Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election. Harris is a product of the San Francisco political machine that produced Willie Brown and Nancy Pelosi. She announced her candidacy for president on January 21, 2019, and she aligned herself with socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Harris' qualifications consist of closing the loop in the party's effort to forge an alliance between feminists and the black civil rights movement, maintain the commitment to identity politics, divisiveness, and targeting white males as the "root of all evil". Harris opposes DNC reform. Unlike Sen. Elizabeth Warren's cultural appropriation of American Indian heritage, Harris is the real deal, being both a woman and an actual minority.
Harris is an articulate spokesperson for unhinged leftist rage and the anti-Trump resistance movement. Harris has used vulgar and profane language in public. This was despite her condemning Republican's values.
Harris is doggedly committed to the liberal agenda of promising women free government goodies such as free healthcare, free daycare, female affirmative action quotas, single-parent families and its consequent affect on high juvenile offender rates. Harris has endorsed the far left's social spending program, the Green New Deal.
- 1 Career
- 2 California attorney general
- 3 U.S. Senate
- 4 Personal
- 5 2020 presidential campaign
- 6 Further reading
- 7 See also
- 8 References
- 9 External links
Harris began her career in politics at the age of 29 by having an extra-marital affair with the corrupt 60-year-old California politician Willie Brown. As San Francisco mayor, when they were having their affair, Brown was dogged by conflict of interest accusations, and as speaker of the California Assembly was investigated by the FBI. When the tryst began, she was a low level clerk in a city office of Mayor Brown's political machine. Mayor Brown gave her a brand new 1994 BMW. As Speaker, Brown appointed her to high paying jobs on the California Medical Assistance Commission and Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board. These positions paid more than $400,000 over five years. During her first bid for electoral office as district attorney of San Francisco in 2003, which Speaker Brown assisted by raising money and introducing her to deep-pocketed donors, she excused the gift of a brand new BMW away, telling reporters she traded it in for a 1997 BMW which she then drove. After dumping Harris, having a child with a lobbyist he awarded a multi-milliondollar contract to, and divorcing his wife, 84 year old Willie Brown took up with Russian model Sonya Molodetskaya.
Bay Area Democrats
The New York Times describes Harris as "rooted in the Bay Area Democratic establishment." CalWatchdog.com which describes itself as "an independent, Sacramento-based journalism venture providing original investigative reports and news stories" that "adheres to traditional journalistic standards and focuses on improving government transparency," reports "Actually, Jim Jones cult was Bay Area Democrats." According to a 2012 article on Salon, a liberal website:
"Jones could be counted on to deliver busloads of obedient, well-dressed disciples to demonstrations, campaign rallies, and political precincts. The city’s liberal Burton machine — run by congressional powerhouse Phil Burton — quickly identified the Peoples Temple juggernaut as a potentially game-changing ally in its long battle to take over city hall.And Harvey Milk, later assassinated with Moscone:
“It was Burton ally Willie Brown – a rising force in California’s state capital — who first recognized that Jones’s organization could play a pivotal role in his friend George Moscone’s run for mayor….
“In the December runoff between Moscone and [conservative Republican John] Barbagelata, Peoples Temple went even further to secure victory for its candidate. On the eve of the election, Jones filled buses with temple members in Redwood Valley and Los Angeles and shuttled them to San Francisco. Security at polling places was lax on Election Day, and many nonresidents were able to cast their ballots for Moscone, some more than once. ‘You could have run around to 1200 precincts and voted 1200 times,’ said a bitter Barbagelata later, after losing by a whisper of a margin. But he was not the only one who claimed that the Peoples Temple stole the election for George Moscone. Temple leaders also claimed credit.
“Moscone at first tried to appease him with a harmless post on the human rights commission. But the temple leader insisted on a position that had more clout, and the mayor decided he was in no position to alienate Jones. In October 1976 Moscone announced that he was naming Jones to the San Francisco Housing Authority, which oversees the operation of the city’s public housing. The agency, the largest landlord in the city, was a notorious maze of corruption, and it provided Jones’s organization with ample opportunity for shady self-dealing."
“But no political figures were more gushing in their praise of Jones than Willie Brown and Harvey Milk, San Francisco’s rising tribune of gay freedom. Milk, a perennial candidate for office until he finally won a supervisor’s seat in 1977, aggressively sought Jones’s political blessing. ‘Our paths have crossed,’ Milk wrote Jones during an earlier campaign for supervisor, in a letter filled with the kind of awed reverence that the cult leader demanded from his followers. ‘They will stay crossed. It is a fight that I will walk with you into . . . The first time I heard you, you made a statement: “Take one of us, and you must take all of us.” Please add my name.’”
San Francisco district attorney
Harris was elected San Francisco District Attorney in 2003.
In April 2004, San Francisco Police Department Officer Isaac Espinoza was shot and killed in the line of duty. Three days later, Harris announced she would not seek the death penalty, infuriating the San Francisco Police Officers Association. During Officer Espinoza's funeral Sen. Dianne Feinstein rose to the pulpit and called on Harris, who was sitting in the front pew, to secure the death penalty, prompting a standing ovation from the 2,000 uniformed police officers in attendance. Harris still refused. Officer Espinoza's killer was convicted of the murder and sentenced to life in prison.
In 2012, a Superior Court Judge ruled that San Francisco District Attorney Harris's office violated defendants' rights by hiding damaging information about a police crime lab technician, and was indifferent to demands that it account for its failings.
California attorney general
Harris was elected Attorney General in 2010.
After the United States Supreme Court in Brown v. Plata (2011) declared California's prisons so overcrowded they violated prisoners' Eighth Amendment right against cruel and unusual punishment, Harris fought federal court supervision. When California failed to fully implement the court's order to reduce overcrowding, and was ordered to implement new parole programs, the State of California appealed the decision, and in court filings Harris's office argued that if forced to release these inmates early, prisons would lose an important source of slave labor. Prisoners in California earn between 8 and 37 cents per hour in maintenance and kitchen jobs; prisoner firefighters receive $1 per hour.
In 2008 the people of California passed Proposition 8, the state's referendum on same-sex marriage by an overwhelming popular vote. Harris refused to defend the Proposition 8 in court. The decision was significant. In 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that proponents of the measure did not have the legal standing to defend Proposition 8 on appeal after Harris refused to do so. The case was dismissed by the U.S. Supreme Court, removing the ban on same-sex marriage in California. These actions were a blow to direct democracy.
Inmate sex change operations
In 2015 a male inmate of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation was paroled early. The inmate had sued the state in federal court claiming he was being denied a sex change operation. The court ordered the state to provide the inmate with the requested medical services. Harris represented the Department of Corrections and appealed the decision. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals opined the inmate was released early while the case was on appeal to render the case moot.
Three Strikes Law
Daniel Larsen, found innocent by a federal judge, had been in prison for 13 years. In 1999, when two police officers claimed they saw Larsen, who had earlier in his life been convicted for burglary, pull a six-inch-long knife from his waistband and throw it under a car, he was sentenced to twenty-seven years to life under the three-strikes law supported by Harris.
Police wrongly targeted Larsen in the first place, and witnesses reported that it wasn't Larsen but the man he was with who had thrown the knife. In trial, Larsen's incompetent lawyer (who would later be disbarred) didn't investigate a single witness, nor present one in trial.
Eleven years later, a judge reversed the conviction due to the lack of evidence and incompetence of Larson's attorney's. Yet two years later, Larsen was still in jail. Harris appealed the decision on the basis that Larsen had filed his paperwork too late.
Tens of thousands of people petitioned Harris to release Larsen, and numerous civil rights groups similarly called on her to do the right thing. But even when he was eventually released from custody after fourteen years, Harris challenged his release, and five months later Larsen was back in court, fighting to stay out of prison for a crime he didn't commit.
When Harris took office in 2011, California was still reeling from the effects of the subprime mortgage crisis. In 2012, she participated in the National Mortgage Settlement against five banks, securing for homeowners weighed down by average debt of close to $65,000 each — around $1,500 to $2,000 each. One called it “a slap in the face for a lot of us.” Under the deal, loans owned by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac didn't qualify for the debt relief. Given they were the country's biggest mortgage holders, this meant even fewer homeowners stood to benefit from the deal. Only 84,102 California families had any mortgage debt forgiven — far short of the 250,000 originally predicted.
Writing in the LA Times, Michael Hiltzik savaged the deal and what he called the “rosy self-congratulation” that followed it, particularly the new foreclosure standards it imposed, which he called a “big whoop.” “The provisions mostly require mortgage lenders and servicers to comply with what I would have thought was already the law, which prohibits, you know, criminal fraud,” he wrote.
Harris opened her Mortgage Fraud Strike Force to much fanfare in 2011. It employed twenty-five Department of Justice lawyers and investigators with a budget of more than $2 million to go after foreclosure fraud. The strike force managed to prosecute just ten cases in three years, an East Bay Express investigation in 2014 found.
The paper found that not only had the strike force prosecuted less foreclosure fraud cases than many other states, but it had filed fewer lawsuits than attorneys general in smaller states with fewer victims, and even fewer than some county district attorneys. Yet California led the country in terms of such scam operations, with many thousands of complaints since 2010. One housing rights activist who had lost his home in a fraud called the strike force a “public relations effort.”
The Intercept obtained a 2013 memo to Harris from prosecutors in the attorney general's office saying they had “uncovered evidence suggestive of widespread misconduct” at OneWest bank, and urging Harris to “conduct a full investigation of a national bank’s misconduct and provide a public accounting of what happened.” Yet Harris never did. In 2016, Steven Mnuchin donated $2,000 to Harris's campaign, making her the only 2016 Senate Democratic candidate to get cash from Mnuchin.
An underage sex-trafficking scandal implicated dozens of police officers and other local authorities throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Oakland went through two police chiefs trying to address it, with a third doing only questionably better. People were pleading for Harris's office to step in and oversee an independent investigation, since local governments seemed more motivated to quash a public relations nightmare than punish public officials. Harris and her office refused to intervene.
In 2015, Harris defended convictions obtained by county prosecutors who had inserted a false confession into an interrogation transcript, committed perjury, and withheld evidence. Federal appeals court threw out the convictions, telling Harris's lawyers, "Talk to the attorney general and make sure she understands the gravity of the situation."
Harris appealed the dismissal of an indictment when it was discovered a Kern County prosecutor perjured in submitting a falsified confession as court evidence. Harris asserted that prosecutorial perjury was not sufficient to demonstrate prosecutorial misconduct.
A Sikh man was barred from working as a prison guard because of his religiously mandated beard. Harris argued that his beard prevented him from being properly fitted with a gas mask, thus disqualifying him from the job, despite California's corrections and rehabilitation department's regulations allowing guards to have beards for certain medical reasons. A number of civil rights and legal organizations wrote Harris a letter pointing out this inconsistency. She argued that the medical exemption only applied to guards who passed the mask fitting before the policy took effect, although the man's attorney said this was untrue.
Harris was elected to the Senate in 2016. She serves on the Senate Committee on the Budget, Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, Select Committee on Intelligence and Committee on the Judiciary.
On October 25, 2017, Harris stated she would not support a spending bill and promised a government shutdown until Congress addressed the DACA program. She did not support a February 2018 proposal by some Democrats to provide President Trump with $25 billion in funding for a border wall in exchange for giving DREAMers a pathway to citizenship.
In a January 2018 interview, when asked by Hiram Soto about her ideal version of a bipartisan deal on DACA, Harris stated the need to focus on comprehensive immigration reform."
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency was created by a bipartisan Congress on a recommendation of the 9/11 Commission after 19 Islamic jihadis entered the United States under the Clinton administration and murdered 3,000 Americans. In November 2018 Harris compared ICE to the Ku Klux Klan. The suggestion sparked horror and outrage.
In early 2013, mainly Democratic Socialists of America aligned activists, together with many elected officials across the United States came together to urge President Obama to award posthumously the Presidential Medal of Freedom to the legendary organizer, Fred Ross, Sr. The Saul Alinsky trained radical was the first to organize people through house meetings, a mentor to both Cesar Chavez and DSAer Dolores Huerta, and a pioneer in Latino voter outreach since 1949 when he helped elect Communist Party USA affiliate Ed Roybal as Los Angeles’s first Latino council member, "Ross’ influence on social change movements remains strong two decades after his death in 1992".
Endorsers of the proposal included Kamala Harris.
- See also: Kavanaugh smear
Staff members for Sen. Harris submitted an undated handwritten letter to committee investigators that her California office had received signed under the alias “Jane Doe from Oceanside, California.” Three days before Kavanaugh's confirmation vote, Judy Munro-Leighton wrote an email to the committee claiming, “I am Jane Doe from Oceanside CA — Kavanaugh raped me.”
Under questioning, Munro-Leighton admitted she was a left-wing activist who never met Kavanaugh. After Kavanaugh's confirmation, the Senate Judiciary Committee referred her to the DOJ and FBI for criminal prosecution because she lied to Congress.
A longtime top staff member of Harris resigned after The Sacramento Bee inquired about a $400,000 harassment and retaliation settlement resulting from his time working for Harris at the California Department of Justice.
Larry Wallace, who served as the director of the Division of Law Enforcement under Attorney General Harris, was accused by his former executive assistant in December 2016 of “gender harassment” and other demeaning behavior, including frequently asking her to crawl under his desk to change the paper in his printer.
The lawsuit was filed on Dec. 30, 2016, when Harris was still attorney general but preparing to be sworn in as California's newly elected Democratic senator. It was settled less than five months later, in May 2017, by Xavier Becerra, who was appointed to replace her as attorney general.
Harris, who has known Wallace for 14 years, then hired him in March 2017 as a senior adviser in her Sacramento U.S. Senate constituent services office.
A misconduct claim naming Wallace arrived at the California Department of Justice three months before Harris left the attorney general's office in early 2017. An intake form from the Equal Employment Rights and Resolution Office, which oversees discrimination investigations and compliance at the Department of Justice, shows that the department was first notified on Oct. 3, 2016, of Danielle Hartley's intent to pursue legal action.
Wallace resigned 6 weeks before Harris announced her candidacy for president.
Medicare for All
- See also: Green New Deal
Harris's father is from Jamaica and her mother from India. Like Obama, she is only half Black and her family has no connection to the historical and cultural experiences of American Blacks under slavery and segregation. She was born in Oakland in 1964. She married Doug Emhoff in 2014, a Los Angeles-based managing partner of a law firm. According to The New Yorker, between her break-up with Willie Brown in the mid-1990s and her first marriage at the age of 50 three years before she began fundraising to run for president, she had no heterosexual relationships with men. Her sister is Maya Harris, an MSNBC political analyst.
2020 presidential campaign
Harris gained the financial backing of Marxist and socialist supporters of Bernie Sanders early as a 2020 Democratic hopeful. When she made her announcement in January 2019, she broke Sanders 24 hour record for fundraising. The crowd of 20,000 that attended her announcement speech was larger than the crowd of 7,000 Barack Obama attracted in 2007. Harris also made at least ten false statements in her announcement speech.
Harris refused to walk back her claims in the Jussie Smollett case when Smollett was exposed as having paid for and staged a hate crime hoax to spark racial animosity. Harris alleged MAGA supporters had engaged in a "modern day lynching."
The Harris campaign announced on January 21, 2019 that DNC election lawyer Marc Elias, will be the general counsel; Lily Adams, Clinton's Iowa communications director and daughter of former Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards, will be its national communications director; Angelique Cannon, Clinton's deputy national finance director and national finance director for Senate Majority PAC, will be its national finance director; and David Huynh, Clinton's director of delegate operations and ballot access, will be its senior adviser.
As of 2019 Elias is general counsel for the National Democratic Redistricting Committee, a group led by former Attorney General Eric Holder, who is actively considering his own run for president.
Harris began stacking her Washington, D.C. congressional office with former Hillary Clinton campaign veterans almost immediately after making her way to Capitol Hill.
In addition to Lily Adams, who was top press aide in the D.C. office, Harris brought in Sergio Gonzales as senior policy adviser. Gonzales was a regional director for Hillary for America.
Kate Waters, who worked as the deputy press secretary for Clinton's campaign during the Iowa caucus and as press secretary during the West Virginia primary, Iowa primary, and Nebraska caucus, was brought in as press secretary early in Harris's tenure, among other Clinton vets.
In July 2017 Harris's Senate campaign was renting office space from a small travel agency on Capitol Hill just a few minutes away from the Capitol and congressional offices. Harris's campaign never answered inquiries on why they were renting the office space 2,800 miles away from her home state.
As Harris tapped Clinton campaign vets to her D.C. office—and now presidential campaign—she has used progressive public relations firms to project her message.
Harris's presidential campaign's digital arm will be run by Authentic Campaigns, a D.C.-based full-service digital strategy company that was founded by Mike Nellis, former vice president of campaigns of Revolution Messaging LLC. Revolution Messaging was considered instrumental in propelling Sen. Bernie Sanders's candidacy against Clinton during the 2016 elections.
Harris has already paid Authentic Campaigns and Revolution Messaging millions of dollars from her Senate campaign committee for advertising and consulting services since entering Congress.
According to Jussie Smollett, he was out grabbing a sandwich at 2 am in minus 9 degrees temperature at a Subway sandwich shop in the Windy City, when he was set upon by two white thugs. The attackers, wearing MAGA hats in uber-blue Chicago, allegedly called him a “f****t”, “n****r”, and told him “This is MAGA country!” before punching him, kicking him, dousing him with bleach and putting a noose around his neck. Harris immediately tweeted that the attack was a “modern day lynching.”
Kamala Harris sponsored an “anti-lynching bill” in the Senate in late December 2018 to make lynching a new federal crime. The bill had always previously stalled in the Senate, because it was seen as an unnecessary political gimmick, meant to remind people of historical black oppression in the South. Murdering people with a rope has always been a crime under state law. In the wake of Smollett’s faked “noose assault” in Chicago on January 29, Harris’s anti-lynching bill unanimously passed the Senate on February 14, 2019. Harris finally laid claim to a legislative accomplishment.
Chicago Police determined that Jussie Smollett paid two Nigerian-American (ie, black - not white) brothers, acquaintances $3,500 to “assault” Jussie in a rehearsed “attack”. The brothers produced a receipt for purchase of the rope with money they got from Smollett.
Smollett claims victim status in two groups: black and gay. Mainstream media bought the hoax hook-line-and-sinker. ABC News's Robin Roberts of Good Morning America proved the most gullible (among dozens of others).
- Kamala Harris’s controversial record on criminal justice, explained. As she launches her presidential campaign, Harris is characterizing herself as a reformer. Critics disagree. By German Lopez, Vox, Jan 28, 2019.
- Presidential Hopeful Kamala Harris Has Helped Make Sex Workers’ Lives More Dangerous, by Sessi Kuwabara Blanchard / January 23, 2019.
- The Two Faces of Kamala Harris, By Branko Marcetic, Jocobin.
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- Rodriguez, Katherine (May 7, 2017). VIDEO: Sen. Kamala Harris Uses the F-Word at Public Event About Health Care. Breitbart News. Retrieved May 8, 2017.
- Kamala Harris Declares Candidacy, Evoking King and Joining Diverse Field, By Astead W. Herndon, The New York Times, Jan. 21, 2019.
- MediaBias Factcheck: CalWatchdog.com.
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- Actually, Jim Jones cult was Bay Area Democrats, by John Seiler, 18 Dec, 2013. https://calwatchdog.com/
- Jim Jones' sinister grip on San Francisco: How the Peoples Temple cult leader ensnared Harvey Milk and other progressive icons, David Talbot, Slate, May 1, 2012.
- Jim Jones' sinister grip on San Francisco: How the Peoples Temple cult leader ensnared Harvey Milk and other progressive icons, David Talbot, Slate, May 1, 2012.
- Bazelon, Emily. "Kamala Harris, a ‘Top Cop’ in the era of Black Lives Matter", The New York Times Magazine, May 25, 2016.
- Finnegan, Michael. San Francisco D.A.'s program trained illegal immigrants for jobs they couldn't legally hold, Los Angeles Times, June 22, 2009.
- Van Derbeken, Jaxon. "Edwin Ramos won't face death penalty", San Francisco Chronicle, September 11, 2009.
- Van Derbeken, Jaxon. "Judge rips Harris' office for hiding problems", SF Gate, May 21, 2010.
- Kamala D. Harris. D.C. v. Heller Amici Curiae brief of District Attorneys in support of Petitioners.
- "Federal judges order California to expand prison releases", Los Angeles Times, November 14, 2014.
- Annika Neklason, California Is Running Out of Inmates to Fight Its Fires, The Atlantic (December 7, 2017).
- Kamala Harris rises as LGBT favorite for 2020 — there's just one thing (en-US) (2017-10-25).
- Brown, Annie. "Michelle's Case", The California Sunday Magazine, May 17, 2016.
- David Dayen. Treasury Nominee Steve Mnuchin's Bank Accused of "Widespread Misconduct" in Leaked Memo.
- Donor Lookup.
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- California Prosecutor Falsifies Transcript of Confession (March 4, 2015).
- Caplan, Joshua (September 7, 2018). Watch: Kamala Harris Calls Kavanaugh’s Pocket Constitution ‘That Book You Carry’. Breitbart News. Retrieved September 8, 2018.
- Kamala Harris on Gun Control.
- Jesse McKinley (November 16, 2006), "Immigrant Protection Rules Draw Fire", The New York Times. Retrieved October 28, 2010.
- Wire, Sarah D.. "Sen. Kamala Harris won't back federal spending bill without DACA fix", Los Angeles Times, October 25, 2017.
- Kamala Harris’s Early ‘No’ on Wall May Give Her an Edge in 2020 (2019).
- Soto, Hiram. "Senator Kamala Harris talks DACA amid heated negotiations", The San Diego Union-Tribune, January 12, 2018.
- Piccolo, Jason (November 23, 2018). Kamala Harris' hateful comparison of ICE to the KKK is even more unjust than it seems. Washington Examiner. Retrieved November 23, 2018.
- DSA organizer Peter Dreier wrote in HuffPo, From Organizer To Elected Official, September 8, 2008.
- Momentum Builds for Honoring Legendary Organizer Fred Ross, by Randy Shaw, 2013-03-05
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- Sen. Kamala Harris backs Bernie Sanders's single-payer bill (August 30, 2017).
- "Dem senators unveil expanded public option for health insurance", The Hill, April 18, 2018.
- Kirkwood, R. Cort (January 28, 2019). Harris Lied At Least 10 Times in Announcement Speech and Got Away With It. The New American. Retrieved January 30, 2019.
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- Profile at the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress
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