Kamala Harris’s Husband’s Old Law Firm Won’t Commit To Dropping Its Russian Clients.

Vice President Kamala Harris’s husband’s former law firm refused to commit to dropping Russian-state-owned companies as its client. Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff joined DLA Piper as a partner in its Intellectual Property and Technology practice and its Media, Sports and Entertainment sector based in its Los Angeles and Washington, DC, offices. Emhoff departed the firm, which has represented several pharmaceutical companies and Chinese Communist Party-led companies, shortly after the 2020 election. Amidst Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine, which has prompted many American companies to cease operations in Russia, global law firms including DLA Piper have come under increased scrutiny. A recent

Potential High-Profile Biden Cabinet Member Advises Chinese Communist Party-Linked Firms

Former Congressman Charlie Dent, who has been floated for a “high-profile” Cabinet position in the Biden administration, serves as a Senior Policy Advisor for DLA Piper – a law firm with extensive links to the Chinese Communist Party. Dent, a Pennsylvania Congressman from 2005 to 2018, is one of many establishment Republicans being “floated for possible Biden Cabinet posts” according to campaign-confirmed reports published by Politico. Dent along with Senator Jeff Flake, former Ohio Governor John Kasich, and more are said to be on the “shortlists of candidates for high-profile Cabinet positions.” Dent, however, has copious ties to the Chinese


REVEALED: Kamala Harris’s Husband’s Firm Reps Chinese Communist Party-Owned Corporates, Employs Ex-CCP Officials

Kamala Harris’s husband’s firm, DLA Piper, consults on behalf of a bevy of Chinese Communist Party-owned companies and employs former Chinese Communist Party officials. DLA Piper, a multinational law firm, boasts nearly 30 years of experience in China and over 140 lawyers dedicated to its “China Investment Services” branch. Harris’s links to the company are found with her husband, Douglas Emhoff, who has served as a Partner in the firm’s Intellectual Property and Technology practice and its Media, Sport, and Entertainment sector since 2017. DLA Piper boasts of having “long-established and embedded “China Desks” in both the U.S. and Europe”