Harris Slammed for Past Prosecutions of "Marijuana Smokers"

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Last week, Joe Biden officially announced Sen. Kamala Harris of California as his chosen vice-presidential candidate.
Since making this announcement, Biden has worked overtime to paint his running mate as a “tough” fighter for the little guy and middle-class Americans. To do this, the former vice president regularly invokes Harris’ work in law and her political career.

However, many other Americans are also aware of Harris’ work as a prosecutor; not everyone buys the rosy image that the Biden campaign is attempting to sell either.
On Friday, President Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani tore into Harris, calling her a “bully,” according to Breitbart News.

The Truth About Harris’ Work as a Prosecutor

On Friday, President Trump spent time in New Jersey to accept the endorsement from New York City’s Police Benevolent Association. Prior to the police group’s endorsement, Trump’s attorney shared remarks before the audience.
Giuliani shattered the narrative that Harris benevolently worked on behalf of the underclass while serving as a prosecutor. The Trump attorney instead stated that Harris is a “bully” who refused to prosecute “big people” and instead turned underprivileged folks into her targets.

Shortly thereafter, Giuliani pointed out that Harris’ decision to prosecute smokers of marijuana happened in spite of her own admissions to smoking the substance. The points made by the president’s attorney were also recalled by Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D) during the primary season of this election.
Finally, Giuliani concluded his assessment of Harris by deeming her as “a horrible person.”

Where is Kamala Harris?

Biden’s running mate has not responded to the strong criticism from Giuliani. However, she has chosen to go after President Trump for not agreeing to congressional Democrats’ demands for mail-in voting funding.
Taking to Twitter on Friday, Harris slammed President Trump for seeking to “destroy” our nation’s Postal Service. Harris made additional untrue claims, alleging that Trump is interfering with people “safely [casting] their ballots.”

The political left has continued to push the narrative that in-person voting is too dangerous for American citizens. As they make these claims, Democrats have yet to bewail the safety of in-person protests or leftist gatherings to paint Black Lives Matter graffiti on various streets.
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