Perhaps the deepest and most troubling mystery of Kamala Harris’s tenure as a prosecutor centers on the disturbing issue of sexual abuse of children by priests,” writes Peter Schweizer in Profiles in Corruption. “During her decade-and-a-half tenure as a chief prosecutor, Harris would fail to prosecute a single case of priest abuse and her office would strangely hide vital records on abuses that had occurred despite the protests of victim groups.”
As a senator, Harris has inveighed against those who protect “predators.” So what explains her soft-on-abuse record as district attorney of San Francisco and attorney general of California?
One might have thought Harris, whose anti-Catholic instincts led her as a senator to harass a Trump judicial nominee for nothing more than membership in the Knights of Columbus, would have enjoyed prosecuting the Church for sexual abuse. But she didn’t.
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