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Title: Report: Kamala Harris Bored as Senator, Misses Being Able to Lock People Up
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URL Source: https://freebeacon.com/satire/repor ... -being-able-to-lock-people-up/
Published: May 11, 2020
Author: Andrew Stiles
Post Date: 2020-05-13 18:35:44 by BTP Holdings
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Report: Kamala Harris Bored as Senator, Misses Being Able to Lock People Up

Failed presidential candidate eyes role as nation's top cop

Andrew Stiles - MAY 11, 2020 4:40 PM

Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) is "frustrated by the bureaucracy" in Washington and pines for the authority she enjoyed as attorney general of California, according to the New York Times.

In other words, she misses being able to lock people up—for minor drug offenses, for truancy, and so on. The Times reported Monday that Harris "has mused to allies about missing the control afforded to her" as a chief prosecutor. As attorney general of California, for example, Harris shunned progressive concerns about "criminal justice reform" in favor of a ruthlessly aggressive approach to law enforcement.

That could make Harris a good match as Joe Biden's running mate or even attorney general, a position that would certainly give her the "control" she craves, as well as an unlimited capacity to lock people up. Choosing Harris as a running mate or attorney general would represent another victory for Biden's ongoing campaign to destroy everything the activist left pretends to care about, such as the #MeToo movement.

Like Harris, Biden has favored a ruthless approach to criminal justice. For example, he criticized former president George H. W. Bush for not doing enough to keep "violent thugs" off the streets and echoed Hillary Clinton's concerns about "predators." Biden even spoke highly of former president Richard Nixon's "law and order" platform, complaining that Democrats were too soft on crime and expressing his desire to "lock the SOBs up."

Not that Harris is openly campaigning for a role in the Biden administration. That's why all her allies agreed to speak anonymously to a Times reporter—to explain why publicly advocating for a prominent position just isn't Kamala's style. She's like failed gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams but without all the thirst.

Harris is probably really embarrassed about the anonymous "political figure" who accidentally told the Times the details of a "candid conversation" with her—that she would "consider the role of attorney general" if not selected as vice president. Per the Times, Harris's team dissuaded celebrity activist Al Sharpton from publicly endorsing Abrams. But again, Harris isn't interested in political maneuvering. The Times spoke to "others" who insisted that "such political prognostication is not how Ms. Harris operates."

That's at least partially true. Early in her political career, Harris maneuvered to attain power via her influential boyfriend, Willie Brown, the former speaker of the California State Assembly and a 2019 Washington Free Beacon Man of the Year.


Poster Comment:

When Harris was Attorney General of California she had no business concerning herself with marijuana offenses.

When I lived in Chicago in late 70's this girl that lived across the street was in High School. She came to my front door one afternoon with her girlfriend. She told me some guy tried to pick her up when she was walking home alone.

I said, "Let's go and we will look for this guy." We hop in my Blazer and take off toward the school. We spot him a few blocks from the school. I make a U-turn and get behind him. He pulls over on 4-lane near phone company building and waits for traffic to come. Then he pulls out in front of them.

I had to wait for a few cars to go past, but I caught him at gas station about 4 blocks away. The two guys in gas station didn't make a move.

The girls got his tag number. I told them, "Write it down right now and give it to Rick the school cop. they found out the lived right across from the school. So they put a good looking lady cop out front.

He comes popping out the door and sees her. He walks up to her and says, "Hey baby. Let's go upstairs and we can smoke a joint."

She gives the signal and they bust him. They go upstairs and find weed and he is sitting in the shitter when I find out. So I tell the guys in the hood, " Get some ball bats and let's go."

We pile into my Blazer and head toward the High School. I point out the car and drive around the block. They jump out of the truck and take all of the windows out of the car all the way around. Then they run and jump back in the truck.

I see this guy again about a month or two later doing the same thing, hitting on chicks walking alone down the street. He pulls over on street corner to get out of his car. I have this chick in the truck with me. I tell her, "GET DOWN!"

I pull up alongside and holler, "HEY! I SEE YOU ARE STILL UP TO YOUR OLD TRICKS!" And I was out of there.

People like that do not change. And if he has been in prison they get rid of molesters in there pretty quick. ROTFLMAO!

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