"If you do little to nothing to oppose the abuse of power, you are in fact contributing to the demise of society as a whole and in particular, this nation."
|hideVice President of the United States|
|Portrait||Name||Date of birth||Background||Reference|
|Kamala Harris||October 20, 1964
A Complete Turnaround In Principals
In his recent article “5 Jewish things to know about Kamala Harris,” Ron Kampeas of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency has said that Kamala Harris is “more AIPAC than J Street.” This is not new at all. Harris sold her soul to the Israeli regime long ago. Back in 2017, Harris said unequivocally:
“Let me be clear about what I believe. I stand with Israel because of our shared values which are so fundamental to the founding of both our nations. I believe the bonds between the United States and Israel are unbreakable, and we can never let anyone drive a wedge between us.
“And I believe Israel should never be a partisan issue, and as long as I’m a United States senator, I will do everything in my power to ensure broad and bipartisan support for Israel’s security and right to self-defense.”
What about the poor Palestinians, Ms. Harris? Do they have the right to self-defense? What if your home, your children, your neighbor, and country were literally obliterated by a racist and terrorist state? What if the same state continues to expel the Palestinians from their homes through the so-called the annexation plan? Do you have a moral right to fight back? We keep beating a dead horse, but it seems pertinent to bring in Israeli and Zionist historian Benny Morris in our political equation here again. Morris declared:
“A Jewish state would not have come into being without the uprooting of 700,000 Palestinians. Therefore it was necessary to uproot them. There was no choice but to expel that population. It was necessary to cleanse the hinterland and cleanse the border areas and cleanse the main roads. It was necessary to cleanse the villages from which our convoys and our settlements were fired on.”
Kamala Harris Exposed for Refusing to Prosecute Priests Credibly Accused of Sex Abuse
The accusations come along with news that Harris had received campaign funds from lawyers representing the San Francisco Archdiocese: source
Billionaires Loved Kamala Harris, Which Might Mean They’ll Love Biden Even More
Billionaires are already supporting Joe Biden in big numbers. But their enthusiasm for the candidate may have gotten an extra boost Tuesday, when Biden picked California Senator Kamala Harris to join him on the presidential ticket for 2020. Harris, who battled with Biden during the Democratic primaries, was also a billionaire favorite before she dropped out in December.
In her first two months on the campaign trail, Harris got donations from more than two dozen billionaires or their spouses, according to an analysis of Federal Election Commission filings. Her donors included big names in Silicon Valley, (like LinkedIn cofounder Reid Hoffman and Salesforce’s Marc Benioff), as well as Hollywood (Star Wars creator George Lucas and director Steven Spielberg). Sixty-four percent of her donors came from her home state, California. More than one-third got rich in finance, and 23% had fortunes built in tech.
By September last year, Forbes found that the California senator had received contributions from 47 billionaires and their spouses—the most out of anyone in the Democratic field at the time, according to FEC filings. source
WEIRD Kamala Harris Interview!
A segment From the Tulsi Gabbard rips Kamala Harris Video
Death Row Inmates who were Innocent - Harris blocked evidence that would have freed them to support California's prison industry.
Quote from Tulsi Gabbard, ". . . on the case of those who were on death row, innocent people - you actually blocked evidence from being revealed that would have free them until you were forced to do so. There is no excuse for that and the people who suffered under your reign as prosecutor you owe them an apology. "
The Hypocritical Words of Kamal Harris
"A measure of justice isn.t the same as equal justice. . . . we have plenty of work to do. We still must reform the system" (presentation by: Richard Medhurst)