Not only is the Biden Crime Family carter a bunch of grifters (like crackhead Hunter Biden still doing business with China), but so too is apparently Kamala Harris’ family. Her niece, Meena Harris, is cashing in off her aunt being Vice President, building her brand and getting softball interviews on places like The View, the Today show, and was profiled this year in Vanity Fair and by The New York Times.
|Meena Harris, niece of Kamala Harris cashing in off Vice President|
It’s not just Democrats, but Republicans too are nothing but grifters who hate the American people.
Vice President Kamala Harris’ social-media-influencer niece has long used her aunt’s fame to boost her own personal brand — but now that Harris has entered the White House, aides have become increasingly concerned about the ethical implications of the promotional pattern, according to a report.
“Some things can’t be undone,” a White House official, speaking about niece Meena Harris, 36, on the condition of anonymity, told The Los Angeles Times.
“That being said: Behavior needs to change,” the official said of the niece Harris, whose ventures have reportedly become a sensitive issue in the newly formed Biden-Harris White House.
Harris is a lawyer-turned-entrepreneur who boasts more than 800,000 followers on Instagram, where her posts range from political to personal.
She is the author children’s books, including one titled “Kamala and Maya’s Big Idea,” and she is the founder of a women’s charitable clothing brand called “Phenomenal.”
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