Kamala Harris bought and paid for by the elite


Aug 13, 2019
Glowing article from Politico Magazine about Kamala.

When she was still a deputy D.A. in Oakland, Harris joined the board of trustees of the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco. She was a member of the San Francisco Jazz Organization. She was a patron dinner chair for the San Francisco Symphony’s annual Black & White Ball. She was the executive director of the San Francisco Domestic Violence Consortium, and she was president of the board of directors of Partners Ending Domestic Abuse. She was on the board of a nonprofit called Women Count. “Few women,” gushed the Gazette, “are more involved than (equally glamorous) attorney Kamala Harris.” In the outlet distributed specifically to the neighborhoods of the rich, she was featured in a fashion spread, shown wearing $565 boots, a $975 skirt and a $1,095 coat, all made by Burberry. In the descriptions of P.J. Corkery of the Examiner—who also ghost-wrote Brown’s book—Harris was “super-chic” and “super-smart” and “drop-dead elegant” and “very visible.” She was seen at Harry Denton’s Starlight Room. She was seen at Jeannette Etheredge’s Tosca. She went to a ball to benefit local arts museums at which celebrity event planner Stanlee Gatti’s elaborate set-up incorporated centerpieces of large balls of ice—and was spotted “sometime around midnight” trying to bowl the frosty orbs with Gavin Newsom, who was then a city supervisor as well as a friend and business partner of the Gettys. She went to the 25th anniversary showing of San Francisco’s “Beach Blanket Babylon” and was spotted slipping out of the afterparty for a dinner at Jardinière with Willie Brown and high society grande dameDenise Hale. She went to a Ricky Martin concert in a limo with Hale and Denton and scenester Harry de Wildt. She went to the parties of haute couture clothier Wilkes Bashford. She went to ladies’ luncheons at Pacific Heights homes. She had Sunday dinners with the Gettys.
Another article today on her catching up to Biden and Warren in Iowa. I wouldn't be shocked if she's the nominee. Seems like she knows the "right" people and they are pushing for it.


Apr 11, 2017
Well, anything can hapen in the circus that is Americn Presidential Politics. Although, there are some serious allegations that, as a prosecutor, she put dozens of people in jail, when she was aware of, and possibly even covered up, evidence that they were innocent.

It doesn't matter how many designer outfits she wears, if she would stoop that low and keep wrongfully convited people in jail, I and many others would never vote for her. The principle of "innocent until proven guilty" is sacrosanct, not just in America, but around the world. For her to disregard it in pursuit of professional accolades is, frankly, unforgivable.

This is an article by a "liberal" news source, that includes an interview with a journalist who did an in-depth investigation of Harris' career, both as San Francisco DA and Attorney General of CA. It is not flattering.