US Vice President Kamala Harris said that justice system it’s not “fair” in his reaction to Kyle Rittenhouse’s verdict. Critics quickly dropped the memos of his record as an attorney.
Harris said in on a Friday public affirmation that there is “still more work to do” to improve the USA justice system, a much harsher reaction than President Joe Biden’s initial comment than him “Is by the jury” and their verdict of not guilty. In a later statement, Biden described himself as “angry” And “concerned” with the decision by the jury.
Rittenhouse was found innocent on all the expenses against him this week, which include murder allegations arising from his shooting of three people in Kenosha, Wisconisn in August of 2020, two of who died. Rittenhouse claimed to have acted in himself defense, and the jury found he innocent on everything matters. The verdict was not well received with liberal commentators, many of who made Rittenhouse blow up as a “white supremacist”, despite no evidence presented in favor of tale affirmation during the process.
Reacting to the verdict, Harris said he spent the “majority” of his career trying to “Let’s do ours criminal justice system more fair.”
“His clear” the former California Senator added, “There is still a lot more work to do.”
Speak today’s verdict for Yes. I spent the majority of my career working to make ours criminal justice system more fair. AND clear, there is still a lot more work to do.
– Vice President Kamala Harris (@VP) November 20, 2021
– Tim Perry (@ tperry518) November 19, 2021
Critics were quick to remind Harris of the true past in the criminal justice system as attorney to which you refer, one which has become a main point of criticism during the 2020 presidential debates against the future vice president.
Lot of took to the publication of a fragment of a CNN debate in which Tulsi Gabbard ripped off Harris’ attorney past. He echoed the allegations long presented by critics, as if Harris was too zealous in helping to incarcerate over 1,000 people for misdemeanors related to marijuana, and which many defendants had been over- convicted, allegedly to provide cheap labor to the state.
It is the exact opposite of what have you done for your career. photo.twitter.com / ngQuhcOsgA
– Matt Whitlock (@mattdizwhitlock) November 20, 2021
“What an irony that right in the moment in which the former rogue prosecutor Kamala Harris was acting president today, a Kenosha jury rescued Kyle Rittenhouse from another rogue prosecutor “, journalist and author Miranda Devine tweeted, referring to the presidential powers passed briefly to Harris on Friday while the president received a routine colonoscopy.
If you are on the side of the Lady who prove blocked to restrain someone on death row o who tried to keep inmates in prison be used as a slave labor for fight fires need to check your values https://t.co/aRZiEo88AN
– Tim Pool (@Timcast) November 20, 2021
This is rich. He was too zealous a prosecutor, who consciously left innocent black men in jail.Save me the lessons. https://t.co/Afwr4GOgcw
– BiasedGirl (@BiasedGirl) November 20, 2021
Kamala Harris, who shared a bail fund for criminal rioters during the riots of summer 2020, says “there is a lot more work to do” with the criminal justice system after the Rittenhouse verdict photo.twitter.com / lC956sSTyx
– Daily caller (@Daily caller) November 19, 2021
In an August 2020 interview, Harris referred to Rittenhouse as a “Shooter arrested for murder” and claimed “We will not let these vigilantes and extremists derail the path to justice” when you speak on Black Lives Matter protests turn violent in city like Kenosha.
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