This is the last thing that identity politics queen and Democrat frontrunner Kamala Harris needed after shamelessly launching her White House Campaign on Martin Luther King Day.
In a bombshell editorial, flamboyant former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown copped to having an extramarital affair with Harris – who is 30 years younger than him – as well as having “influenced her career” with appointments to two state commissions and helping her to win the San Francisco District Attorney’s spot.
The bombastic Brown is a longtime Democrat machine politician whose political legacy in the Bay Area made him into a kingmaker during his glory days, he now writes a column for the San Francisco Chronicle and in the latest, he dished the dirt on the ambitious demagogic sleazeball Harris who would do ANYTHING to advance her political career.
— Carrie NH 🇺🇸 (@pete03217) January 27, 2019
Via The Washington Free Beacon, “Willie Brown Admits He Boosted Kamala Harris’s Career”:
Former San Francisco mayor Willie Brown broke his silence on his relationship with Democratic senator Kamala Harris on Saturday, admitting in his weekly column that he used his powerful post to boost her young career when they dated.
Brown, who was openly in an extramarital relationship with Harris when he was speaker of the California State Assembly and running for mayor, had avoided commenting on his relationship with Harris since she announced her run for president a week ago. Harris has also managed to avoid addressing the role Brown played in the early stages of her political career.
In his weekly San Francisco Chronicle column, however, Brown referred to it as the “elephant in the room” and acknowledged that he used his position to help her career.
“I’ve been peppered with calls from the national media about my ‘relationship’ with Kamala Harris, most of which I have not returned,” Brown wrote. “Yes, we dated.”
You don’t have to read much between the lines that “dating” is a nicer way of saying “fucking” which will certainly result in howls of indignation from the political left and put Brown atop the hit list of the vicious man-haters of the MeToo movement.