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LATimes Planned Extensive, Fawning Kamala Coverage; It Has Disappeared

'Literally outright propaganda, like something from a PR firm...'

After dedicating an entire section and social-media page to Vice President Kamala Harris when she was first sworn into office, the Los Angeles Times has significantly scaled back its glowing coverage of the Democrat.

The publication launched its “Covering Kamala Harris” webpage, accompanied by a “Covering Kamala Harris” Instagram profile, in January, but both sites have been largely silent over the past several months.

The Instagram page, specifically, has not been updated since May 28, and the latest article featured on the website is about Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff representing the U.S. at the Paralympic Games, according to Fox News.

Harris has come under harsh criticism in recent months for her catastrophic handling of the border crisis and her embarrassing media interviews.

Even the Los Angeles Times admitted in June that Harris has been ineffective, claiming the failure of the HR1 election power-grab bill “shows limits of Kamala Harris’ influence.”

Some of the other recent stories the Los Angeles Times has published on its Harris page have highlighted her sagging poll numbers and examined her laugh, which has been slammed by critics has disingenuous and arrogant.

A spokesperson for the publication admitted its coverage of Harris has waned in recent months but defended this by pointing to a different section of the paper that “regularly” writes about Harris.

Critics on both sides of the aisle ridiculed the Los Angeles Times when it first announced its Harris beat.

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