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Women’s Movement Blown Back 100 Years

Since I haven’t been winning a whole lot of favor with the Vagina Hat Wearing Crowd lately, I thought it only proper to comment on their most recent setback.

Cue up the headline:  Willie Brown Admits He Boosted Kamala Harris’s Career During Extramarital Affair.

Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown* claims to have “Influenced” the career of 2020 presidential contender Kamala Harris while the two were having an extramarital affair.

(Note* Brown noted that he also helped the careers of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Gov. Gavin Newsom and Sen. Dianne Feinstein – though it’s unclear whether any of them were also intimately involved with Brown.)

But Wait!

It gets better.

Concluding with what may be sour grapes, Brown writes: “The difference is that Harris is the only one who, after I helped her, sent word that I would be indicted if I “so much as jaywalked” while she was D.A.

Somehow this reminds me of a saying having something to do with “…a woman scorned.”

If this is true then Harris’s rising political career (currently presidential candidate) will have a footnote that will surely ignite a firestorm from feminists. 

She earned it the old-fashioned way.

This also begs the question.  How can she claim to be a champion of women while having an extra-marital affair with a man?

Another credibility killing factor for Harris is, she claims to identify as an African American (appointed to the Congressional Black Caucus CBC) and as an Asian Indian American (appointed to the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus CAPAC).

Ironically, she’s neither.  Her mother was a Tamil Indian scientist, born in Tamil Nadu, India. Her father was Jamaican.

Also, she grew up in Montreal, Canada.

2019, The Political Year From Hell, is going to shake our markets going forward.

Learn how to profit from it (HERE).

You’ll thank us later.

And feel free to share this with a friend.  They’ll either thank you or their head will explode.

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