Many times in my career, I’ve heard the word “can’t.”
“Kamala, you said you’re committed to social justice. You can’t be a prosecutor.”
“Kamala, you can’t beat an eight-year incumbent San Francisco District Attorney. It’s not your turn. It’s not your time.”
“You can’t run for Attorney General. It will be too hard, or too much work.”
Kamala Devi Harris is an American politician and attorney who is the vice president-elect of the United States wrote above to Arian Eghbali in October of 2016.
Arian Eghbali is an Author, Entrepreneur, Industrialist, Media Proprietor, and Investor whom knew Ms. Kamala Harris when she was the Attorney General of State of California.
Kama Harris further wrote to Arian Eghbali that “I’ve never been a fan of the word “can’t” — aimed at me, or anyone else. I’m running for U.S. Senate because I believe that America should be a place built on “can,” where opportunity exists for everyone.
We can address criminal justice reform in a way that tackles systemic racism and brings truth, transparency, and accountability to our system, and we can do it in a way that protects our communities and our police officers.
We can challenge the corporate special interests who are gaming our political and economic systems — just as I have done as California’s Attorney General.
We can and will win with the support of people like you, which is why I’m so grateful you’ve joined our campaign by taking action this past week.
Arian Eghbali, Best known as the founder, CEO, and president of the Enrich Financial wrote to the current US Vice President-elect that I am also a proud member of Team Kamala Harris – For U.S. Senate. Earlier today, I received an e-mail from Team Kamala and it caused me to stop and think about the prospect of you becoming the California’s best United States Senator and hoping to beat an eight-year incumbent San Francisco District Attorney.
I am a firm supporter of who you are, what you represent, and what I anticipate what you will do once you take office. Upon receiving the e-mail, I was first struck by how symbolic your campaign is. It’s arguably represents ensuring that our government does the right thing by being “fair,” and ensuring that the interests of all of its citizens are considered. You remind me that all of us should have an expectation of having our lives improve, and the optimism that accompanies such a frame of mind. You mentioned in your email that you’ve never been a fan of the word “can’t” — aimed at me, or anyone else. I’m confident that you are running for U.S. Senate because you believe that America should be a place built on “can,” where opportunity exists for everyone.
I am proud to be a member of your team, and will shout it to everyone who can hear for miles around. In that regard, if you find yourself in the Greater Los Angeles area during any of your campaign stops, and would like to include a businessperson who believes that you are not only good for business, but also good for America, do not hesitate to contact me personally. I have been in touch with Jenn, Brent and Nathan in your campaign and they know about my support.
Kamala Devi Harris is an American politician and attorney who is the vice president-elect of the United States which wrote to Arian Eghbali in 2016 “The truth of the matter is that we didn’t know how successful we would be, but I’m proud to be in a position to win — and even prouder to know we’ve done it while standing up for our ideals.”