Early in her political career in the 1990s, Kamala Harris had the backing of California’s wealthiest families that control the state’s Democrat political machine. Today, Harris often humbly describes herself as “a child of Oakland,” which implies she’s comes from the poor neighborhoods of a gang-infested city. However, her Indian-born mother was a breast cancer researcher and her Jamaican-born father was a college instructor. At Stanford University, he taught Marxist economics. A family with two professional-level incomes would hardly be poor in California in the 1970s and ’80s.
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