Sen. Kamala Harris: Young People Like Accused Hate Criminal Ismael Chamu 'Represent Our Future'Chris Menahan
Mar. 16, 2018
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Democratic presidential favorite Senator Kamala Harris said Wednesday that people like illegal alien and accused anti-white hate criminal Ismael Chamu "represent our future."
UC Berkeley student Ismael Chamu and fellow student Peter Estrada stand accused of a host of crimes, including allegedly spray-painting near Berkeley campus the messages, "F— White People," "F— the police," “F— frat Boys," "Kill Cops" and "Kill Yuppies," "Eat the Rich," "Class War" and "Black Lives Matter."
The Los Angeles Times wrote a glowing profile of Chamu earlier this week and portrayed him as an innocent victim of evil, racist, selfish America because taxpayers aren't doing enough to pay for his and other students' housing. They failed to report on the charges against him and instead helped him raise over $85,000 in donation pledges on YouCaring.
"Building more affordable housing in California must be a priority, especially for young people like Ismael who represent our future," Kamala Harris wrote Wednesday on Twitter.
Not everyone agreed:
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