George Floyd’s family lawyer Crump endorses Harris for Biden VP choice


Ben Crump, a civil rights lawyer who represents the family of George Floyd and other high profile victims of police brutality, endorsed the senator. Kamala HarrisKamala Devi Harris Hill’s Campaign Report: Who Will Biden Pick To Be His Vice Presidential Candidate? Clyburn: Biden Needs Vice President Pick Who Has ‘A Lot Of Passion’ Hill 12:30 PM Report – Presented by Facebook – Fauci Gives His COVID-19 Vaccine Estimate READ MORE (D-Calif.) Be a former vice president Joe BidenJoe BidenHillicon Valley: Three Arrested for Hacking on Twitter | Trump pushes to end TikTok | House Approves 0M for Election Security Wisconsin Republicans Raise Questions Over Death of Black Trump Supporter, Trump Hosts Florida Airport Mini-Rally MORErunning companion of (D).”Now is the time for steel-eyed public servants who play no games and demand results,” Crump wrote in a CNN op-ed. “It’s time for Senator Kamala Harris to join Joe Biden’s ticket and, God willing, help him actualize the next phase of this movement from the White House.

Crump is currently suing the city of Minneapolis, where Floyd was killed by police in custody on May 25.

The death of Floyd, an unarmed black man, sparked global outrage after video by a spectator showing a white policeman holding Floyd to the ground with a knee on his neck. Despite Floyd’s pleas that he couldn’t breathe, the officer did not remove his knee. Floyd became unresponsive moments later and was pronounced dead in hospital as a result of the incident.

Crump has won over 200 police brutality lawsuits, including those related to Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown.

Harris is one of many black women considered Biden’s vice president and has gained attention in recent days after it was reported that some Democratic members saw her as “too ambitious” and wanted her to be. apology for attacking Biden during a Democratic primary debate.

“The truth is Harris has unraveled broken systems and faced injustice since long before most people knew his name,” Crump said.

The civil rights attorney also addressed the issues Harris faced during his tenure as California attorney and attorney general. Progressives argued that she perpetuated racial inequalities as California’s best cop.

“Yet for anyone wondering if a attorney general may lead to justice reform, I say: check the record. I did it, ”Crump wrote, pointing to the programs she ran during her tenure.

Crump said Harris was well equipped to deal with the racial calculation that was sparked by Floyd’s death, which prompted ongoing protests across the country.

“I won’t analyze words: a second term for Trump really scares me,” Crump wrote. “I can’t help but imagine the onslaught of racism, corruption and injustice that we would all endure, with blacks still bearing an inordinate burden.


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