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Kamala Harris reacts to Jussie Smollett arrest: “Sad, frustrated and disappointed”

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Sr., Kamala Harris, the once with the name of Jussie Smollet attack with the statement “it is the modern lynching,” said on Thursday, according to Smollett, was accused, arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, for allegedly filing a false police report.

The California legislature tweeted a statement to Express their sadness, frustration and disappointment on the same day, Smollett, released from prison, appeared before Cook County judge John Fitzgerald Lyke Jr.

“When someone makes false allegations to the police, it is not only the resources steers away from serious investigations, but it makes it harder for the other victims of crimes to come forward,” wrote Harris.

THE CHICAGO POLICE BLAST JUSSIE SMOLLETT, ‘FALSE ATTACK’: ‘FAKE POLICE CAUSE REPORTS REAL DAMAGE’

Smollett, who is openly gay, and black, reported that on Jan. 29, he was attacked by two masked men as he was going home on foot from a subway restaurant. He claimed that the men shouted racial and anti-gay insults at him, poured a substance on him, threw a rope around his neck, and cried, “The MAGA country!”

Harris tweeted on the issue after the alleged attack, compared it to a lynching.

“No one should fear for their lives because of their sexuality or the color of their skin,” she tweeted on Jan. 29 in the description of Smollett as “one of the friendliest, most gentle people I know.”

Continuation of your statement, Thursday, the lawmakers cited the FBI statistics and they claim that more and more hate crimes were in the US

SHARPTON, WHEN MEETING WITH KAMALA HARRIS, SAYS SMOLLETT, SHOULD PENALTY THE FACE, “MAXIMUM”, IF THE ALLEGATIONS ARE TRUE

“ of the tragedy of this situation is that it distracts from the truth, and has taken, some of which dismiss and down to the real problems that we must tackle play. We should not let that happen,” she wrote, swore to stand against racism and homophobia.

“We always need to confront hate directly, and we must always seek justice,” she continued. “This is what fight I will continue.”

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Earlier this week, Harris seemed to be caught off guard when a reporter asked whether she wanted to change her Jan. 29 tweet in the midst of developments in the case.

“The tweet? What is twittering?” Harris asked. As the reporter stated, the tweet to which you referred, Harris appeared to look around for a campaign staffer, before you respond.

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“OK, so, I say to this case,” she said on Monday. “I think the facts are still unfolding, and, uh, I’m very, uh, concerned, of course, the first, uh, the claim that it can happen over what should have been.

“And it is something we should all take seriously, if someone, uh, who claims that the type of behavior, but there should be an investigation,” Harris added. “And I think that, once the investigation has completed, then we can all comment, but I’m not going to comment until I know the outcome of the investigation.”

Smollet, the legal representatives, all claims have been denied, against the actor.

Fox News’ Sasha Savitsky, Samuel Chamberlain, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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