Kamala Harris says it’s ‘no one’s fault’ Covid ‘hit the world’

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Shocking news out of Washington, DC., Vice President Kamala Harris is, for once, not blaming something on former President Donald Trump.

However, that is because she is claiming in an interview with CBS that “[i]t is no one’s fault that this virus hit our shores, or hit the world.”

So are people just supposed to believe a virus responsible for killing millions (which was a favored Democrat refrain during the 2020 election) just somehow magically woke up one day and decided to see the world?

While that might make for one heck of a children’s book plot, adults aren’t gonna buy that line. Seriously, one might be better off literally trying to sell ice to an Eskimo:

One Twitter user asked an incredibly important question: How exactly is Harris so confident that nobody is to blame for the outbreak? Wouldn’t she have to definitively know the origins of the virus in order to make that statement?



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