Kamala Gambles With The Lives Of Everyone In The White House

It was reported by the White House that VP Kamala Harris traveled to Walter Reed Hospital for a “normal doctor’s visit” today.

This comes only days after she met with runaway Texas Dems last week. Three of those people being tested positive for Covid-19.

Yesterday, Harris’ spokeswoman Symone Sanders revealed that Harris had not come in close contact with those Democrats and said that she would not be quarantining because of this.

“Given the timeline of these covid tests, it was decided the VP and her staff who were there were not at risk of exposure due to them not being in close contact with the positive people and therefore do not have to be quarantined or tested,” Sanders said in a comment, adding that Harris and her people have been completely vaccinated.

Reporters contacted her office to ask if the VP had any symptoms, but they would not respond to this inquiry.

Harris then put out a tweet about the new Delta variant of covid-19 as being “no joke.” So, one has to think about the timing of this, after the announcement about her traveling to the hospital.

Here’s a photo of the meeting with the Texas Democrats and Harris. She’s within a spitting distance from Gene Wu; it’s not certain where the Democrats who were positive are in the photo, but clearly some are closer than others.

The Texas Dems went to D.C. to play out a drama, and so far it has not worked out good for them.

Three are now sick, and they have shown what liars and hypocrites they are to the country with their actions. They even did all of this without masks — with one of them now demanding a nationwide mask mandate (which is not possible, but he apparently doesn’t understand that).

All because the Dems couldn’t accept their losing a vote and wished to lie about voting rights being denied to Americans. Now, if they got the VP sick, that makes this an even worse disaster — on top of how bad it has already been for the Democrats. Hopefully, she is alright, but this is a super spreader moment.

Author: Steven Sinclaire