Sen. Kamala Harris of California was heavily criticized for championing a communist ideology Sunday on Twitter.
A member of the party that effectively supports the nationwide mandated wearing of masks let her own mask slip off with respect to her apparent embrace of Marxist ideologies in a video posted just two days before the election.
In the video, Harris explained to viewers the difference between “equality” and “equity,” and claimed that what’s important is that all Americans end up in the same place in life.
That narrative runs counter to everything this country was founded on, but Harris, already linked to radical democratic socialism by her political opponents, skipped a step and touted a model of communism.
Kamala Harris’ trip to Vietnam was delayed by several hours because of a “report of a recent possible anomalous health incident.”
That term is the way that the United States government has referred to what is called the Havana Syndrome, CNN reported.
“Earlier this evening, the Vice President’s traveling delegation was delayed from departing Singapore because the Vice President’s office was made aware of a report of a recent possible anomalous health incident in Hanoi, Vietnam. After careful assessment, the decision was made to continue with the Vice President’s trip,” Rachael Chen, a spokeswoman for the US embassy in Hanoi, said.
Aboard Air Force Two, Harris’ chief spokeswoman Symone Sanders told traveling reporters that Harris is “well, all is fine and looking forward to meetings in Hanoi tomorrow.” Later she said of the delay: “This has nothing to do with the vice president’s health,” according to a pool report.
The intelligence community still doesn’t have an official explanation for Havana syndrome, which is a perplexing mix of sensory experiences and physical symptoms that have now sickened hundreds of US diplomats, spies and troops around the globe — some severely enough to force their retirement.
CNN has not reported any cases of Havana syndrome in Vietnam.
White House spokesperson for Vice President Kamala Harris, Symone Sanders, was caught spreading misinformation on Monday regarding the vice president’s coronavirus test.
During the White House press briefing on Monday afternoon, press secretary Jen Psaki said that Harris had been tested for the coronavirus and that there was no detection of the coronavirus, attributing the information to the vice president’s office.
“I think the Vice President’s Office put out that she was tested, and that she did — there was no detection of COVID-19,” she said.
But that was not what the vice president’s office had said in a statement Sanders released on Saturday night.
In that statement, Sanders wrote that Harris and her staff “do not need to be tested” after meeting with Texas state lawmakers on Tuesday — even though some of them tested positive for the virus.
Sanders’ full statement read:
On Tuesday, July 13th, Vice President Harris met with members of the Texas state legislature who are temporarily in Washington, D.C. Earlier today, it was brought to our attention that two of the members at that meeting tested positive for COVID-19. Based on the timeline of these positive tests, it was determined the Vice President and her staff present at the meeting were not at risk of exposure because they were not in close contact with those who tested positive and therefore do not need to be tested or quarantined. The Vice President and her staff are fully vaccinated.
When Politico’s West Wing Playbook questioned the vice president’s office about the potential conflict, Sanders responded that both of the statements were true.
Kamala Harris told left-wing activists to knock on doors to pressure people to get vaccinated as Biden’s July 4th vaccine goal is likely to fall short.
The Biden Admin set a goal to fully vaccinate 70% of Americans by July 4th.
Americans are refusing to get the Covid vaccine for many different reasons, but the Biden Admin is pushing for 70% vaccination so they can wield power over the unvaccinated.
This has nothing to do with saving lives.
It’s all about power.
Kamala Harris told so-called ‘volunteers’ in Atlanta to knock on doors and harass people who may be hesitating to get the vaccine for one reason or another.
Harris even gave the activists several pointers on how to overcome objections.
“For example, if you knock on the door and someone says they ‘don’t have the time to get the vaccine’ — because people are busy. They’re just trying to just make it through the day. Or they say that pharmacies are never open when they do have time, well, let’s address that. Because now, you can let them know that pharmacies across our country are keeping their doors open for 24 hours on Fridays in June, including today. Because we need to meet people where they are! Some folks are working two jobs…” Harris said.
“And what if they say they can’t miss work? Well, you can tell them that there are employers across the country who are offering paid time off for their employees to get vaccinated and we want to encourage and challenge more employers to do the same,’ she said.
Earlier today at her presser in Guatemala, a far-left reporter “Maria” from UniNoticias told Kamala Harris, “I voted for you.”
This was during the question and answers period today on her disastrous tour of Latin America.
But it was just more fake news.
The “reporter” does not work at UniNoticias or Univision. Daniel Coronell, president of Univision Noticias, released a statement following the presser that Maria Fernanda Reyes DOES NOT work at their media organization.
It was all a stunt by the fake news media.
What horrible and pathetic people.
Vice President Kamala Harris told U.S. Naval Academy graduates that the country is entering “a new age” after COVID-19 in her keynote speech delivered Friday in Annapolis, Maryland.
“Well, Midshipmen, we are now entering the next era,” the former California Democratic senator said, according to Fox News.
“A new age, a new epoch, with its own tests, with its own challenges, and with its own opportunities.”
Harris was the first woman to give the keynote speech at the 175-year-old institution, The Associated Press reported.
She noted that the coronavirus pandemic “accelerated our world” into a new era.