Senator Kamala Harris has no shame.
We already knew that when she disavowed her entire record, when she pretended that her famous economist father from Jamaica is proof that she's down with drugs, and now she disgraced herself yet again with a Time essay bashing Justice Kavanaugh and pretending to care about sexual misconduct.
"Her story, spoken while holding back tears, shook Washington and the country. Her courage, in the face of those who wished to silence her, galvanized Americans," Senator Harris writes.
Which Americans? Lefties.
But meanwhile Willie Brown's ex is forgetting the victim in her own office. The one who was forced to sign a non-disclosure agreement. The victim of her close friend and aide. The one who won't be featured in a Time Magazine essay. The forgotten woman.
A misconduct claim naming one of Kamala Harris’ top deputies arrived at the California Department of Justice three months before Harris left the attorney general’s office in early 2017.
The Democratic senator has said she had no knowledge of the discrimination and retaliation complaint involving Larry Wallace, a longtime aide and one of her closest professional confidantes, before The Bee inquired about it last week. A lawsuit by Wallace’s former executive assistant against the department, which ultimately settled for $400,000, was filed just days before Harris was sworn into the U.S. Senate.
But an intake form from the Equal Employment Rights and Resolution Office, which oversees discrimination investigations and compliance at the Department of Justice, shows that the department was first notified on Oct. 3, 2016, of Danielle Hartley’s intent to pursue legal action.
Where's Hartley's Time Magazine essay? If only she had accused Kavanaugh or Trump.