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Serial Rape-Enabler Kamala Harris Turned Blind Eye to SF’s Catholic Sex-Abuse

'It’s a little bit baffling because she proclaims to be somebody who’s a victim’s advocate, but she has this horrible record of covering up and failing to prosecute these crimes...'

By accepting a spot on the ticket with presumptive Democrat nominee Joe Biden, Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., sent a devastating blow to rape and abuse survivors everywhere.

Harris had stated previously that she believed Biden victim Tara Reade‘s accusations against the then-Delaware senator about an assault in the early 1990s.

Media and others on the left, after paying reluctant lip service to the claims, have sought to tamp down on the narrative.

But Biden isn’t the only one with an alarming pattern of hurting victims among the many skeletons in his closet.

Harris, it seems, is a serial rape enabler who previously refused to prosecute cases involving child sex-abuse in a Catholic diocese that offered financial support during her climb up the political ladder.

Conservative investigative journalist Peter Schweizer first exposed some of Harris’s scandalous malpractice while serving as San Francisco‘s district attorney in his book Profiles in Corruption: Abuse of Power by America’s Progressive Elite.

During a podcast for “Breitbart News Daily,” Schweizer outlined the “stunning” case that Harrris laid active cover for the Archdiocese of San Francisco.

“Between 2004 and 2011, she did not prosecute a single case of priests’ sexual abuse–period,” Schweizer told Breitbart.

“To put that in the context of how stunning that is, if you look at the top 50 metropolitan areas in the United States at that time, all 50 prosecuted at least one case, the sole exception being Kamala Harris in San Francisco,” he continued.

To make matters worse, she pulled the plug on a plan by her predecessor, former DA Terence Hallinan, to publicly release files on clergy sex-abusers.

That included “hundreds of pages of complaints that had been made about priests in the area” and “the names of 40 current and former priests who had been accused of molestations by people in that archdiocese,” Schweizer said.

The decision did not go over well with the victims and their supporters, he noted.

“The victims’ rights groups snapped,” Schweizer said. “Some of the other groups went absolutely ballistic, and you can understand why.”

Although the plan had been to redact the names of victims, Harris claimed that sealing the records was intended to protect them, Schweizer added.

“The victims call that outrageous and wrong,” he said. “They used language that I couldn’t use on radio.”

He also laid out the financial incentives for Harris’s action, such as the support from a prestigious Jesuit school, St. Ignatius.

The school in the city’s suburban Sunset district had ties to then-Gov. Jerry Brown and the oil-rich Getty family, who were major backers of Harris’s political ambition.

“The bottom line is [Harris] has a terrible, atrocious record on this specific issue,” Schweizer said, “and it’s a little bit baffling because she proclaims to be somebody who’s a victim’s advocate, but she has this horrible record of covering up and failing to prosecute these crimes.”

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