Hours Before 2020 Dem Debate, Kamala Harris Makes A Complete Fool Of Herself

Dean James at Right Wing Tribune

Hours ahead of Wednesday’s Democratic presidential debate, South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg released more tax returns from his time working at McKinsey & Company and called on his opponents to disclose income from their time working in the private sector, NBC News reported.

“Every candidate in this race should be transparent with voters by disclosing their income in the private and public sectors,” Buttigieg said in a statement.

In a bizarre tweet Democratic California Sen. Kamala Harris bragged about never having held a non-government job.


Harris tweeted in response to this news that disclosing her number would be Easy $0.  For my entire career, I’ve only had one client: The People.”


The Daily Caller News Foundation reports that although Harris has never worked in the private sector, her life of government service has been good to her. The presidential candidate is worth around $6 million, which she shares with her husband Douglas Emhoff, Forbes previously reported. Assets include multiple multi-million dollars homes and retirement accounts worth over $1 million.

Harris gained a substantial pay raise in book advance payments from publisher Penguin Random House for her book “The Truths We Hold.” She listed over $550,000 in a 2019 financial disclosure from these advance payments, Forbes reported. This book, one of three that she has written, came out in January and sold over 50,000 copies.

Buttigieg, who previously worked in the private sector before moving into a government job, is worth about $100,000 according to Forbes. This makes him one of the least wealthy 2020 Democratic candidates.

What a joke.

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