Man Rushes Kamala Harris & Snatches Her Mic, Karine Jean-Pierre Steps In To Defend The Senator



A man rushed the stage and grabbed Sen. Kamala Harris’ microphone during MoveOn.org’s #BigIdeas presidential forum in San Francisco.

Karine Jean-Pierre was quick to step in a defend Sen. Harris when the man, identified as an animal rights activist took to the stage to protest Harris.

Why aren’t Democrats doing more to protect Sen. Harris and other candidates?


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