by Dr. Eowyn, DC Clothesline:
Kamala Harris neglected to include all her financial information in her Financial Disclosure Reports(FDR) required by the Senate. Since her first day in the Senate until 7/8/2019 she neglected to disclose one of her pension plans. That plan is named “Legislatures Retirement System”.
It wasn’t until 7/8/2019 when she finally decided to disclose the pension plan.
While filing her FDR that was required of her at the time, she filed amended FDR’s for the years of 2015. 2016, 2017, 2018. The amended version filed far past the allowed deadlines. Years past.
The new amended versions now include the pension plan.
If a Senator makes a error or mistakenly leaves something out of their FDR’s, they are allowed to amend their disclosure report. They are expected to have the amendment filed that same year with a reasonable excuse.
This isn’t the case with Harris. Each year she made amendments to her FDR’s she neglected to include the Pension plan. She filed at least 8 times in 4 years and didn’t include the pension plan. She really doesn’t have an excuse for her negligence.
The following images are screenshots of pages from three current amended FDR’s.
Because of the size of the files I’ve only included pages from the reports that show the pension plan. For the same reason I’ve also left out the original FDR’s. Not to worry because I”ve included links to the original FDR’s, amended FDR’s along with sources to everything mentioned here today. These can be found at the bottom of the page.
As you can see all of these were filed at the same time and day in 2019.
It’s important to understand that a Senator can be charged with a crime if they fail to report any required information.
Having to amend the FDR every year makes a person question her motives. Withholding information then adding it on 4 years later is criminal.