Pile on

The effort is on to knock Harris out of the race. Candidates want to finish what Tulsi Gabbard started…

“My two indirect experiences with Harris’s department during her tenure as attorney general (from January 2011 to January 2017) revealed a similarly callous regard for justice. The first was as a pro bono habeas investigator trying to free an innocent young man named Eric Frimpong from prison. The second was as an author chronicling the wrongful civil prosecution of a California company by both the State of California and the Department of Justice. In both, the deputy attorneys general working for Harris, if not at her behest, seemed less concerned with doing justice than with keeping the conviction count up and scoring a payday for the state.”

It’s unfair to blame Harris for the actions of the entire AG office, but it doesn’t matter. Harris’ record as a prosecutor would play well in the general but she will have trouble getting out of the primary. Hopefully she recovers but at this point, she either wins in Iowa or she’s nearly toast.

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