Corrupt Senator Kamala Harris & Soros-Funded Group Join To Raise Money Using False Allegations Against Kavanaugh

Kamala Harris is one of the most despicable and corrupt senators in the US Senate.  Not only did she go after David Daleidan of the Center for Medical Progress for exposing the crimes of her church, Planned Parenthood, and their priests, the baby murdering hitmen, and their proselytizers for selling murdered baby body parts, but she has cast her lot in with the other criminal and lying Democrat senators attacking Judge Brett Kavanaugh over unsubstantiated allegations.  Now she is using those unsubstantiated allegations to join forces with Soros-financed MoveOn.org to raise money for Indiana Democrat Senator Joe Donnelly.

“I walked out,” Harris said in the fundraising appeal. “Republicans rushed Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation with a sham hearing yesterday morning, less than 24 hours after Dr. Christine Blasey Ford had the courage to tell her story in front of the entire country. It’s a disgrace. So, instead of sitting through the farce … I walked out.”

Harris encouraged MoveOn.org members to donate to Donnelly, who is in a fight for re-election.

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I know I’m not alone in this fight; millions of Americans are with me. And as of yesterday morning, I’m proud to say that my colleague, Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly, is with me. After hearing Dr. Blasey Ford testify and seeing the GOP effort to push through this confirmation, Sen. Donnelly has said he’ll vote no on Kavanaugh.

But Sen. Donnelly is in one of the toughest reelection fights this year—and we know his opponent, a right-wing candidate who’ll march in line with Senators McConnell and Grassley and Donald Trump—will attack him for this vote. That’s why I’m asking:

Can MoveOn members around the country help in getting Joe’s back?

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