“It Is Nobody’s Fault” That Covid Came to America, Says Kamala – Ignores Wuhan Lab

When it’s all said and done, Kamala Harris will not be remembered fondly. “First female vice president” or not, this is a woman who slept her way to the top. Literally. If you don’t know the story, go check out former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown’s thoughts on the issue.

Not only has Harris accomplished nothing aside from failing her way to the top, but she has to be one of the least-liked politicians in American history. Her witch’s cackle can’t help matters much, either.

Rather than focusing on real problems that affect every single citizen of the United States (like the historic border crisis or rising inflation, for example), Kamala has decided to focus on…soundbites?


More on Kamala from Fox News:

Vice President Harris says the Biden administration foresaw neither the delta nor the omicron COVID-19 variants.

Both variants are currently present in the United States. The newer omicron variant is highly contagious and is expected to quickly replace the delta strain, which spread over the summer.

Kamala screeched, “We didn’t see Delta coming. I think most scientists did not — upon whose advice and direction we have relied — didn’t see Delta coming. We didn’t see Omicron coming. And that’s the nature of what this, this awful virus has been, which as it turns out, has mutations and variants.


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