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kamala harris naked: This election season’s presidential and vice presidential candidates, as expected, were subjected to intensive scrutiny and criticism on their policies, partisanship, and agendas.

In August, when now-President-elect Joe Biden chose Kamala Harris as his running partner, the decision enthralled some and disappointed others, both within and outside the Democratic Party.

Harris’ track record as a prosecutor, which earned her the moniker “top cop” earlier in her career, does not sit well with the Democratic Party’s more progressive members, particularly in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Conservatives and moderates, including President Donald Trump, have used the independent designation of Harris as the “most politically left of all senators” against her.


A YouTube video from March 2019 that was recently recirculated is among Harris’s social media critics. During an interview with The Root earlier that year, Harris made comments about decriminalising sex work, which were denounced by Init, the host of a conservative Christian station.

The host of the channel “For Such A Time As This,” Pastor James Pittman, claims Harris intends to legalise prostitution, condemns her views on sex work, and doubts her “moral clarity.”

Is it true that Harris wants to legalise prostitution?


Do you think sex work should be decriminalised?” Harris was questioned in a February 2019 interview with The Root.

She replied, ” “Yes, I believe so. However, I believe we must recognise that it is not as simple as that…. However, when it comes to consenting individuals, I believe that we should seriously consider the fact that we cannot prosecute consensual behaviour as long as no one is hurt.”


The most significant takeaway from Harris’ response is that decriminalisation is not the same as legalisation, despite its intricacies.

When someone commits an illegal conduct, decriminalisation means that the criminal consequences are reduced, whereas legalisation means that the act is no longer prohibited by law, making it legal.

Harris did not mention in the Root interview that she intended to legalise sex work or prostitution. She has stated that she wants to decriminalise it, which would mean that those who engage in sex work would face fewer penalties than they do currently. Harris hasn’t stated any precise policies in this regard.

She also mentioned that sex work has a “ecology” of people who profit from the hurt or exploitation of others. According to Harris, those individuals should not be exempt from criminal prosecution.


The YouTube channel expands on its assertion and backs it up.

Snopes fact-checked the accusations after the YouTube video went viral, and Pittman responded.

Pittman acknowledged the difference between legalisation and decriminalisation while defending his allegation that Harris wants to legalise prostitution in the video “The fact checkers need to be fact checked.”

“If you want to decriminalise anything and remove all consequences,” Pittman explained, “that in essence — you may call it decriminalisation — is the legalisation of prostitution.”

Because they don’t know what Harris’ policies will be, Pittman chastised Snopes for their fact check, which graded the claim as a “mixture,” meaning it has aspects of truth and untruth.


“From what (Harris) is saying, it appears that she wants to remove all sanctions,” Pittman said. “I’m not 100 percent sure, but 99.99 percent sure.”

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Pittman elaborated and backed up his assertion in a second video following the Snopes study.

Despite earlier acknowledging the distinction between legalisation and decriminalisation, Pittman claims that decriminalisation does not mean the same thing as legalisation in this video.


“If you remove something from criminal prosecution and don’t even get a ticket for it, then that act is equivalent to me getting in my car and driving to the store and back in the eyes of the law,” he explained.

You can name it whatever you want as long as it doesn’t come with a ticket, jail time, or any kind of prosecution. That’s what making it legal in the real world means.”

Pittman concluded the video by saying that decriminalisation makes things legal in the end, and that he stands by his argument that Harris favours legalising prostitutes.

False, according to our findings.

The allegation made in the YouTube video was shown to be FALSE. Kamala Harris, the Vice President-elect, has not stated that sex work, including prostitution, should be allowed.


Harris stated that she believes sex work should be decriminalised, which would mean that participants would face less consequences for their actions, but that legal restrictions would remain in place. Harris also stated that she believes people who profit from the pain or exploitation of others through sex work should be prosecuted.

There is a distinction between legalising and decriminalisation, despite Pittman’s statements. In some cases, the distinction may be more complicated than in others, but the two are not interchangeable.

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