Kamala Harris’ past just caught up to her. The left does not forgive such transgressions easily these days consumed by the metoo hysteria.
Al Franken got taken down as well as many leading lights and donors of the Democratic party.
Bill and Hillary have all but been ostracized as Bill is finally being exposed as the pariah that he always was.
But it was Kamala Harris’ performance during the Brett Kavanaugh inquisition that turned most heads and will make it impossible for her to rectify that showboating with her new reality. She complicit and covered up for a monster.
She tried to deny that she knew anything about her top aide for 14 years being accused of sexual harassment, which was always hard to believe, but now this report eliminates that possibility.
She can try but this will probably sink her chances to take on Trump in 2020. From Fox News:
Sen. Kamala Harris insisted earlier this month that she was “unaware” of the harassment allegations against her top aide during her time as California’s Attorney General, but the agency that she oversaw: California’s Department of Justice was informed about the complaint three months before she exited in early 2017, according to the Sacramento Bee.
Larry Wallace, the longtime aide who went to Washington with Harris, resigned earlier this month after the newspaper asked about the 2017 settlement with Danielle Hartley, a woman who made the accusations. Harris’ senate office said the senator had no knowledge of the alleged harassment.
But some expressed skepticism that Harris had no idea of the harassment caused by Wallace. GOP Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel wrote in a tweet that the senator was either “lying or grossly incompetent.”
“No one is buying Kamala Harris’s claim she didn’t know her top aide of 14 yrs was accused of sexual harassment, resulting in a $400K settlement,” she wrote.
According to the report, an intake form from the Equal Employment Rights and Resolution Office, which administers the issues concerning discrimination at the state DOJ, reveals that the department was alerted on Oct. 3, 2016 that Hartley will pursue legal action.
Hartley had also already requested the right to sue from the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, the Bee reported. Her complaint, filed a month earlier, detailed the allegations of sexual harassment, discrimination and retaliation – naming Wallace and “those who worked for him” as the culprit.