On Sunday, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), the Democrats’ nominee for Vice President, finally got around to condemning “violence.”
But if you’ll notice, there was something very missing in her condemnation, just as there was in Joe Biden’s “condemnation”: they didn’t condemn the people behind the violence and once again they try to blame Trump and not the leftists who have been rioting.
Now this would be challenging for Harris and Biden, given their prior stances, embracing the “peaceful protests” and the BLM as recently as their convention.
They’re only taking this weak stance against “violence” now because the polls show they’re tanking with voters because of the riots.
I wrote a story on Sunday, reminding everyone about Sen. Kamala Harris’ support for the ‘protesters.’
Not only did she threaten, with a smile, that the ‘protests’ would not stop, she indicated that they would go on until the election on Stephen Colbert’s show. “They’re not going to stop,” she said, broadly smiling. “Everyone beware. They’re not going to stop before Election Day in November.”
As I reported, that wasn’t all. Both Harris and Biden staffers bragged and posted on Twitter that they had contributed to the Minnesota Freedom Fund which got people who committed crimes during the riots out on bail. They also encouraged other people to contribute to the fund.
At least 13 Biden campaign staff members posted on Twitter on Friday and Saturday that they made donations to the Minnesota Freedom Fund, which opposes the practice of cash bail, or making people pay to avoid pre-trial imprisonment. The group uses donations to pay bail fees in Minneapolis.
Biden campaign spokesman Andrew Bates said in a statement to Reuters that the former vice president opposes the institution of cash bail as a “modern day debtors prison.”
But the campaign declined to answer questions on whether the donations were coordinated within the campaign, underscoring the politically thorny nature of the sometimes violent protests.
Harris and Biden staff were literally helping get people accused of riot crimes out of jail
A reminder: people arrested in Minnesota smashed, looted, burnt down businesses and assaulted people, including cops.
Siraj Hashmi reminded Harris of what some of the people those donations helped to get out were accused.
Because of the encouragement of people like Kamala Harris, Biden staffers and Hollywood celebrities, the fund received $35 million dollars.
They now want you to believe they’re suddenly against “the violence” and ask you to give them power.
Imagine what more they would do, if you gave them that power.