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Posts Falsely Attribute Comments on Churches to Harris

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There is no record of Sen. Kamala Harris ever calling churches “PROPAGANDA CENTERS for intolerant homophobic, xenophobic vitriol,” as viral posts on Facebook falsely claim.


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Popular posts on Facebook are attributing harsh comments about “American churches” to Sen. Kamala Harris — but there’s no record of Harris uttering the words.

The posts quote the Democratic vice presidential candidate as calling churches “propaganda centers.”

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