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Kamala Harris’ Donors Paid Her to not Investigate Child Sex Abuse


Hello and welcome to ATP Report, I'm Barry Nussbaum. Wow, do we have a special show for you? We're going to do a deep dive into Kamala Harris, the new vice-presidential nominee, and quite possibly someday your next president. Lots of important stuff. Are you ready? Let's do it.
Did you know that Kamala Harris might have killed an investigation into a massive child sex abuse scandal in exchange for major campaign donor money? Tucker Carlson reported that when Harris took office in 2004, her predecessor, Democrat Terrence Hallinan, left her with hundreds of pages of internal Catholic Church documents that included the names of 40 accused Catholic clergy. Hallinan was using these documents to build criminal cases, and he was also planning to release them after redacting the names of the victims. Continuing, Kamala Harris actually deep-sixed those documents, and those documents have now disappeared, much to the chagrin of the victims and their groups they are associated with. So it's a massive cover-up. And a lot of the people who financed her campaign to beat Hallinan were law firms, lawyers, and people connected to the church in California. In other words, the hierarchy who did not want these documents to come out. And that's where her politics were financed from.
Did you know that Tara Reade, who has come forward with credible allegations of sexual assault against Joe Biden, is asking Kamala Harris to publicly challenge Joe to tell the world what happened? In an exclusive interview with News Busters, Reade, now she's the woman who accused Joe Biden of sexually assaulting her some years ago in nineteen ninety-three, I believe, in the Capitol basement, spoke out about the selection of Kamala Harris as his vice-presidential running mate. Harris has previously said that Reid should be heard and that she believes other Biden accusers. Reade says, "Journalists should be asking Kamala pointedly why there was a smear campaign on me and why Kamala was so aggressive and assertive when then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was up for confirmation, and yet she knows there's a credible sexual assault accusation against Senator Biden." She's right, a double standard, isn't it?
Did you know that Kamala Harris' chief of staff, is one of the progressives that thinks Israel sucks? She's one of those I don't like Israel bashers, and she's chief of staff for the Democratic nominee for Vice President Kamala Harris. This lady applauded the 2020 presidential candidates who chose to skip the 2019 AIPAC policy conference, you know, the one that promotes security cooperation between the United States and Israel. Her name is Corrine Jean-Pierre. And at that time, she was the national spokesperson and senior adviser for the left-wing group MoveOn, George Soros' group. She told Newsweek that Democrat candidates, particularly those who call themselves progressive, she says, "Made the right call because AIPAC's policies and values are not progressive." She says, "You cannot call yourself a progressive while continuing to associate yourself with an organization like AIPAC." She says, "AIPAC is the antithesis of what it means to be progressive." And then she wrote, Israel may have committed war crimes in its attacks on Gaza protesters. It's a lie. It's vicious, it's anti-Semitic, and it's anti-Israel. And that lady is the vice presidential nominee's chief of staff.
Did you know that to kick off the campaign with Joe Biden, Harris lied that America is the worst country in the world regarding its COVID-19 response? She says just a couple of days ago, "There's a reason it has hit America worse than any other advanced nation. It's because of President Donald Trump's failure to take it seriously from the start." But here are the facts, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Spain, Italy, and Sweden have a much higher death rate per one hundred thousand residents. And this data is maintained by Johns Hopkins University, certainly not a Republican institution. The United States has done more testing than any other developed country in the world, which has increased the case numbers. We're detecting many more infections because we're testing much more. But America also leads the world in total recoveries. And according to John Hopkins, the confirmed case fatality rate in the United Kingdom at 14.9 percent of infections is much, much, much higher than the United States at 3.2 percent. And the case death rate only takes into account confirmed infections and excludes people with mild or no symptoms that do not require medical attention. So Kamala lied.
Did you know that Kamala's position even today is that she says she believes women who have accused Joe Biden of sexual misconduct? Now, last April, before presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden even entered the race for president, Senator Kamala Harris, then the senator from California and was a contender for president, told supporters at a campaign event that she believed the women who had come forward with allegations of inappropriate touching against the former vice president. Evidently, her concerns about Biden's previous misconduct and bad behavior have either changed or were not persuasive enough to dissuade her from a chance at becoming the next vice president of the United States. She said at the time, "I believe them, and I respect them being able to tell their story and having the courage to do it." What I want to know is how she reconciles this with dozens of women and children who Biden seems to have been touching inappropriately for, I don't know, decades? And Harris goes silent. I'm not surprised, are you?
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