Harris’ Stepdaughter Fundraising For Group Tied To Terrorist Attack

The stepdaughter of Vice President Kamala Harris allegedly aided a fundraiser that assisted a group linked to the Oct. 7, 2023, terrorist attack in Israel that killed 1,200 people.

Ella Emhoff, who is the daughter of Harris’ husband Doug Emhoff, aided a fundraising push for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), despite allegations that its members were involved in the terrorist attack last October.

The concern was so severe that the Biden administration cut off funding to the UNRWA. Emhoff posted a link to the fundraiser on her Instagram account but then deleted it.

A number of other countries have cut off funding to the organization after evidence of its members’ role in the attack emerged.

During the Biden administration, the United States sent at least $730 million to the organization. Former President Donald Trump had cut off funding to the group.

This is not the first time that Emhoff attempted to raise money for the Palestinian cause. Not even a month after the deadly Hamas terrorist attack, Emhoff aided in a fundraiser for the Gaza Strip through the Palestinian Children’s Relief Fund.

The news came as Harris has one of the lowest approval ratings of any national politician. Furthermore, there has been speculation that President Joe Biden may drop Harris from the ticket in November.

A Washington Post columnist wrote this week that Harris should “step aside” from the ticket and allow Biden to select a new running mate.

Columnist Kathleen Parker wrote that Harris was “picked because she was Black and female, a combo tantamount to job security. Now that she has become a burden to the Democratic ticket, Biden can’t fire her. He can’t risk alienating his base.”

“Whatever the reasons, it has seemed that Harris’s role was to be quiet, lest she embarrass her boss with her sometimes inane, rambling remarks and a laugh that erupts from nowhere about nothing obvious to others,” wrote Parker.