How can the current administration condemn the relatives of Kamala Harris cashing in on her name when Joe Biden’s family has been doing it for years?
Seems like that might be a hard position to defend, eh?
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Speaking of a “hard sell” it seems that Kamala Harris’s niece, Meena Harris, daughter of Kamala’s sister, Maya, has been schlepping some feminist and otherwise political merch — mostly sweatshirts — alongside a quote by the newly-sworn-in Vice President.
The White House had ordered Meena to stop using Kamala Harris’s name after the November 3 election, but she had already launched a line with the quote “I’m Speaking” which left-wingers glommed onto as Harris’s shining moment during the Vice Presidential debate.
Kamala Harris’ niece is still using the Vice President to flog her range of feminist sweatshirts – despite being ordered not to by the White House.
DailyMail.com can reveal that Meena Harris’s Phenomenal line is still listed on non-profit retail website Social Goods next to a quote from Harris.
A $59 ‘Ambitious’ sweatshirt appears next to a line from the Vice-President that reads: ‘There will be a resistance to your ambition, there will be people who say to you, ‘you are out of your lane.’
‘They are burdened by only having the capacity to see what has always been instead of what can be. But don’t you let that burden you.’
Meena, 36, was ordered to stop promoting her products using Harris’ name after the November 3 election.
But as we’ve seen with the Lincoln Project, leftwingers are quick to part with their money for foolish things, and it seems that business for the 36-year old niece of the current Veep is not too shabby. She’s managed to collaborate with Beats by Dr. Dre to create a line of headphones with a “social message”, created a picture book called “Kamala & Maya’s Big Idea”, a line of Black Lives Matter merchandise, and an “MVP” — Madam Vice President sweatshirt line.
The Phenomenal Women Action Campaign was launched by Meena Harris and her husband Nikolas Ajagu in 2017 that coincided with the Women’s March, and the non-profit’s website recently announced the launch of a media company called Phenomenal Productions, which is a collaborative project with former Funny Or Die executive and Obama alum, Brad Jenkins.
Most recently, she revealed a partnership with Netflix to produce merch for the third and final installment of “To All The Boys: Always And Forever.”
It would seem that piggybacking on bigger names is part of the “Phenomenal” brand.
On Sunday, a White House official scolded the 36-year-old in the Los Angeles Times, saying: ‘Some things can’t be undone. That being said: Behavior needs to change.’
Both Meena and Social Goods have been contacted for comment by DailyMail.com.
In a statement released through a PR firm to the LA Times last week, Meena said: ”Since the beginning of the campaign, I have insisted on upholding all legal and ethical standards and will continue to strictly adhere to the ethics rules of the Biden/Harris White House.
‘With regards to Phenomenal, it was always our plan to remove the likeness of the Vice President from the website before the Inauguration, and refrain from using her likeness in any products or campaigns going forward,’
The “MVP” line has been removed from the online store, but Meena is still selling items using her aunt’s name.
She’s still selling a $59 “I’m Speaking” sweatshirt, although references to Kamala Harris have been removed.
Meena uses her Instagram account to promote her brand and her political views which includes defunding the police. She’s very clear on what this means. In one post she wrote, “Y’all knew what defund meant when you were talking about Planned Parenthood.”
Since the election, the 36-year-old has become a media fixture and has used interviews to promote Phenomenal and her latest children’s book Ambitious Girl, while talking about her aunt.
Meena has also spoken about how she gave up a high-flying job at Uber to launch the company, while husband Ajagu has taken leave from his job at Facebook to care for their daughters and allow her to focus on the brand full time.
Source: Daily Mail
Of course Meena Harris has become a media darling — after all, it was pretty much just the press that was Kamala’s voting bloc in the Democrat Primaries, and any way to have fawning coverage of Harris will be promoted ad nauseam.
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