Failing presidential candidate and former fed Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) whined like a little… erm… sore loser and pulled out of a bipartisan criminal justice forum after it was announced that President Donald J. Trump would win an award for his “First Step Act” legislation.
“White House official says Trump will receive the Bipartisan Justice Award this afternoon during speech at criminal justice forum at Benedict College,” Rad Berky first reported.
White House official says Trump will receive the Bipartisan Justice Award this afternoon during speech at criminal justice forum at Benedict College. @wcnc
— RadBerky (@RBerkywcnc) October 25, 2019
The First Step Act was bipartisan legislation that freed “non-violent” offenders serving long prison sentences for what are viewed as petty crimes. There has been some controversy since the legislation went into effect – one man released from prison under the Act is now wanted for a murder in Providence, RI – but overall, the results seem to have been positive.
Lest we digress from the story, Harris is upset that Trump won the award and she did not. After all, it could have been a boost for her failing presidential campaign, which, as of Thursday is in fifth place among the Democratic Party’s primary field.
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