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Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Yep, It's True: Donald Trump Donated to the Kamala Harris Campaign for California Attorney General Campaign in 2014 - TWICE!


Check it for yourself via the California Secretary of State website.   (Put in the contributor's name at the top - i.e. Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump, then the candidate, Kamala Harris.)

And here's a screenshot. 

Oh, but wait, there's more ... Ivanka donated to the Kamala Harris campaign, too!


No, wait ...HAHAHAHA!

OMG, that is AWEsome!

Also, she said this today while speaking in Delaware ...

"The President's mismanagement of the pandemic has plunged us into the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, and we're experiencing a moral reckoning with racism and systemic injustice that has brought a new coalition of conscience to the streets of our country demanding change."
"America is crying out for leadership. Yet we have a President who cares more about himself than the people who elected him." 
"As someone who has presented my fair share of arguments in court, the case against Donald Trump and Mike Pence is open and shut."

Go Kamala! Call it a hunch, but something tells me she's not done - she has quite a few aces, like that, up her sleeve lol.

Bring your worst dirt, real or imaginary, QAnon/Trumpers - I told you, she's not playing :)

So far, it seems you got nothing - but making fun of her name and calling her a "radical leftist," but that's what you call everybody not as far right as you, it's a compliment lol.  

Oh, and the "nasty woman" thing again, which we've learned to embrace - because it's what you all call every woman who doesn't kiss your butts in disingenuous servitude lol. 

Btw, erm - she was "nasty" with Kavanaugh?

I don't think so - here's Kamala with Kavanaugh on Christine Blasey Ford ...

Note that she asks one of the most memorable questions from that hearing which is essentially (paraphrasing):

"You have stated this is a conspiracy against you regarding abortion and your conservative views.  However, Justice Gorsuch holds the same views, and we didn't have the same backlash - can you explain that?"


Also, she gets him to admit that he never watched Christine Blasey-Ford's testimony.


So I don't see "nasty" - I see a calm, cool, collected and laser-focused successful prosecutor doing her job, very well.   

If she were a man, we'd be praising her ability to outmaneuver a hostile/noncompliant witness who refuses to answer the questions being asked of him, even simple yes or no questions - but because she's a woman, she's "nasty." 

I mean, Senator Graham and Grassley were red-faced and screaming, that day, and you don't hear anyone calling them nasty - or Trump, for that matter, and he's "nasty" every day on Twitter.

And here's a second exchange during his bid for SCOTUS nomination, in which they actually laugh and smile at each other ... but just two pointed questions had him stumbling.  

But my favorite, is when she asks him (verbatim):  

"Can you think of any laws that give government the power to make decisions about the male body?"

*Crickets again

Several seconds of awed silence, then Kavanaugh stumbles and stammers - and finally, "No, I can't think of any." 

Doh x3!   

Regardless of your stance on abortion, you've got to admit - it's an excellent, thought-provoking question. 

A few times, they even laughed and smile and joked with each other, but the fact is, when she asked pointed questions and outmaneuvered him, she did her job and this isn't personal. 

If a man behaved the same way during these hearings, we'd be praising him as a brilliant prosecutor handling a hostile/noncompliant witness, instead of calling him "nasty."

These exchanges are what put her on the national map, proving she's really good at what she does - and we need this kind of critical thinking/grilling of people within our government institutions, regardless of political side. 

Now I know many will say the hesitancy to reopen things caused the economic recession, but here's what she means - had we stuck to the plan and followed social distancing appropriately, instead of reopening too soon in many state, we might've been better off - because by May, we had significantly decreased the numbers.

But because we didn't, we've prolonged not only that initial "surge" of the virus itself, but the return to the workforce has stalled due to illness and re-shutdowns after new outbreaks. 

Not to mention, Trump spent the majority of the early stages calling the virus a "hoax," and irresponsibly spreading misinformation like perhaps using bleach and light "on the inside" and hydroxychloroquine, and supporting resistance to social distancing and mask wearing, instead of repeatedly reiterating ways in which people could protect themselves. 

Thus, here we are in August - initial virus surge still surging, people went back to work and got sick/there were new outbreaks and hot spots, and thus had to be shut down again. 

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