Kamala Harris has no scruples.
After Harris put Kirkland and Ellis — the law firm that defended convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein in 2008 — on blast in public, Harris’s campaign then took contributions from partners in the firm on the very same day.
The aspiring 2020 presidential candidate has been caught complaining about the connections of the powerful and elite. Those comments did not age well.
Breitbart reports: “She said their former law firm’s work on behalf of the financier accused of sexual abuse “calls into question the integrity of our legal system.” Yet the same day, Harris’ husband headlined a Chicago fundraiser for her presidential campaign that was hosted by six partners of that firm — Kirkland and Ellis.”
The law firm is hosting a fundraiser for Kamala Harris’s presidential campaign.
This calls into question the integrity of Harris’s campaign.
The swamp runs deep
The corruption in Washington is pervasive.
CBS News reports:
“If any connection with Kirkland and Ellis is a stain on (senior Justice Department officials), why isn’t a connection with the law firm for the receipt of campaign contributions a stain on her own campaign?” said Paul S. Ryan, an attorney for the good-government group Common Cause.
Harris must be held accountable. She said it is a stain on government officials, why not her?
That is why there is so much corruption in Washington. We continue to let these politicians say one thing and do another. It has to stop.
Jeffrey Epstein got away for way too long, and he can thank his connections for that. Harris is part of that apparatus that obstructs justice.
She can kiss her presidential aspirations goodbye.