Following Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden’s visit last week with the family and and legal team of Jacob Blake, a Black man shot by Kenosha, Wisconsin police while resisting arrest on August 23, Biden’s vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) is in Kenosha Monday meeting with Blake’s family and legal team.
Jacob Blake, screen image from attorney video, September 6.
On Thursday, Harris commented on the shooting of Blake, “As @JoeBiden said, the shots fired at Jacob Blake pierced the soul of our nation. We see the pain and hurt of yet another Black man shot by police—and a family with extraordinary courage come together. His family is in my heart today as we continue our fight for justice.”
Harris previously served as a prosecutor and California attorney general but has thrown law enforcement under the bus to side with the mob in supporting accused sex offender Jacob Blake for violently resisting arrest.
Axios reported on the details of the Harris visit as relayed by the Biden campaign:
Attendees: Jacob Blake, Sr., Blake’s father; Letetra Widman, Blake’s sister; Zietha Blake, Blake’s sister; Julia Jackson, Blake’s mother (by phone); Ben Crump, Blake’s attorney (by phone); Patrick Salvi, Jr., on Blake’s legal team; B’Ivory LaMarr, on Blake’s legal team.
Jacob Blake, Sr. has been shown by his social media posts to be a Farrakhan supporting anti-Semite.
Jacob Blake pleaded not guilty on Friday during a ZOOM court hearing on charges of felony third-degree sexual assault, misdemeanor criminal trespass and disorderly conduct.
Blake attorney Benjamin Crump released a video statement by Blake on Saturday:
Video timeline of shooting:
Video from other side of car:
UPDATE: Harris spoke by phone with Blake.