Liberal media outlets have been boosting up pro-abortion Sen. Kamala Harris for a possible presidential run in 2020. And the California senator now says she will decide by Christmas if she will seek the Democrat nomination to face President Donald Trump.
Harris, currently in her first term as a senator, is well-known to pro-life advocates as the California prosecutor who raided undercover journalist David Daleiden’s home after he exposed Planned Parenthood’s baby body parts trade.
“It will ultimately be a family decision,” Harris told Mika Brzezinski at the Know Your Value conference in San Francisco. “And over the holiday, I will make that decision with my family.”
Harris acknowledged the challenges that she would face while running in such a heated election and how cutthroat the presidential race may be.
“Let’s be honest, it’s going to be ugly,” Harris said to the crowd. “When you break things, it is painful and you get cut. And you bleed.”
Last month, Harris received Glamour Magazine’s “advocate woman of the year” award – an honor focused around her radical abortion advocacy.
Her pro-abortion actions and close work with Planned Parenthood have continued in the U.S. Senate. Glamour praised her for attacking Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh during his confirmation hearings over his views on abortion and contraception.
Conveniently, the magazine did not mention how multiple fact checkers slammed Harris for misleading the public about Kavanaugh. She tried to label Kavanaugh as an extremist by claiming that he called contraception “abortion-inducing drugs,” but her accusation was completely false. Even the Washington Post, a liberal news outlet that supports abortion, went so far as to tell her to “drop the whopper of a talking point.”
Ironically, in her interview with Glamour, Harris talked about “truth.”
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“Leaders need to do is speak truth, even if it’s an uncomfortable truth,” she said. “I think it is really important that we are fighting for the best of who we are as a country, and I do believe we are better than this.”
Two years ago, Harris worked as the attorney general of California. There, she maintained close ties with the largest abortion chain in America. Planned Parenthood aborts about 320,000 unborn babies every year.
In 2016, Harris’s office raided the home of David Daleiden from the Center for Medical Progress in what appeared to be a politically motivated move. Her office took camera equipment and copies of unreleased videos of people who work in the abortion industry.
Daleiden, the head of the Center for Medical Progress, has been a target of abortion activists and their political friends ever since he released undercover videos showing top Planned Parenthood officials discussing the sale of aborted babies’ body parts.
Emails later suggested that Harris teamed up with Planned Parenthood to target Daleiden. At the time, pro-life groups called for her resignation, pointing to conflicts of interest including $81,000 in donations from Planned Parenthood to Harris’s election campaigns.
Harris’s spokeswoman Lily Adams also happens to be former Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards’ daughter.