With all the attention on the large-scale corruption by the Biden family, Kamala Harris’ background has received a free pass.
One thing that the media (and Google) has hidden from the public is that Harris’ husband, Douglas Emhoff, is a lawyer with DLA Piper, a multinational law firm that employs former Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials and whose clients are several companies owned by the CCP. The firm’s client list reads like a who’s-who in China.
Additionally, Harris’ husband has served as a partner in the firm’s Intellectual Property and Technology practice and its Media, Sport, and Entertainment sector since 2017. One can readily see why Biden picked Harris with her ties to lawyers linked to China and Biden’s legal problems with China. As a bonus, Biden gets someone connected to the entertainment industry and California politics—including Pelosi’s hometown.
To assist in its China-focused consulting, DLA Piper has “China Desks” in both the United States and Europe. This raises questions about whether China’s closeness to Emhoff’s business could be exploited by the communist nation to gain leverage in the White House should Biden/Harris win in November. See lots more at www.thenewamerican.com. Search “Kamala Harris husband.”
Her rise to political power started with her first date with Willie Brown, who remained married throughout their very open affair. Brown’s tenure as Mayor of San Francisco was known for its widespread corruption and cronyism and the subject of FBI investigations. Eventually Brown helped Harris become San Francisco District Attorney. As DA, she quickly established her own record of corruption and cronyism. Basically, anyone that was connected to Willie Brown—which was mostly anyone in California politics—Harris gave a free pass.
During her 15-year tenure as DA, Harris failed “…to prosecute a single case of priest abuse and her office would strangely hide vital records on abuses….”
During her seven years as San Francisco DA and six-years as California Attorney General, in spite of the evidence, she “…never brought a single documented case forward against an abusive priest.”
In 2015 the attorney generals from fourteen other states asked California to join in an investigation involving false advertising and mislabeling by nutrition companies. Prosecutors from her own office in San Diego pleaded with Harris to investigate Herbalife. Although Harris’ office received over 700 complaints about Herbalife, “Harris declined to investigate or provide the resources—and never offered a reason.” All of the nutrition companies under investigation by other states and the Federal Trade Commission were clients of Emhoff’s law firm.