Kamala Harris Tried to Clean Up the Huge Mistake She Made That Humiliated Joe Biden

Kamala Harris has not been an asset to Joe Biden.

Ever since he picked Harris, Biden’s handlers have kept Harris to as few public appearances as possible to minimize the damage she can cause the administration.

But now Kamala Harris tried to clean up the huge mistake she made that humiliated Joe Biden.

The Biden administration is banking on seizing credit for the coronavirus vaccines accelerated by Donald Trump’s Operation Warp Speed and claiming the Biden administration ended the pandemic.

Of course, this would be like the rooster taking credit for the sunrise by saying the crowing in the morning caused it.

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However, Democrats have a problem with Americans wanting to take the vaccine.

One group that is hesitant to take the vaccine is black Americans.

So Kamala Harris appeared on Al Sharpton’s MSNBC show to reassure black Americans that the vaccine is safe.

“The point, Rev, is this: I got vaccinated. I can tell you, first of all, that these vaccines are safe. It will save your life. There is a Black woman, Dr. Kizzy Corbett, who was part of the team of scientists who created this vaccine. And it will save your life,” Harris stated.

Harris added that she understood why some black Americans would not feel comfortable about taking the vaccine after the government conducted the unethical and horrific Tuskegee experiments in the 20th century.

“Yes, we must speak truth about the history of medical testing in this country. We must be honest about the fact that people have a righteous skepticism about how it has been used, how it has been tested and on whom it will be used,” Harris.

While Harris understood where black Americans’ vaccine skepticism originated, Harris promised black Americans that the vaccine was safe.

“There’s a righteous skepticism if you know history. But I promise you and I am telling you: This vaccine is safe. And it will save your life and the lives of your family and your community,” Harris added.

Of course one reason black Americans hold a skeptical view of the vaccine is because Kamala Harris spent the 2020 campaign sowing doubt about the vaccine and warning Americans not to trust the vaccine because of Donald Trump.

In an interview with CNN, Harris told host Dana Bash that she could not trust that any vaccine approved by the FDA would be free from politics and Harris spread a baseless conspiracy theory about Trump rushing an untested and unsafe vaccine to market before the experts deemed it safe.

“If past is prologue, that they will not, that will be muzzled, they will be suppressed, they will be sidelined because he’s looking at an election coming up in less than 60 days, and he’s grasping for whatever he can get to pretend that he has been a leader on this issue, when he has not,” Harris said.

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Eventually Bash asked Harris if she would take a vaccine if the FDA approved it before the election.

“Well, I think that’s going to be an issue for all of us,” Harris added. “I will say that I would not trust Donald Trump. And it would have to be a credible source of information that talks about the efficacy and the reliability of whatever he’s talking about. I will not take his word for it.”

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Biden is counting on America reaching herd immunity so he can sell the public on the Biden administration being responsible for ending the pandemic and the ensuing economic boom to sell voters on keeping the Democrats in power in 2022 and 2024.

The longer that takes, the more poisonous the political environment could turn.

And in that case Kamala Harris would bear significant blame for the Democrats’ potential defeats.

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