On Monday, Vice Presidential praised the “courage” of Texas House Democrats. It turns out that more that five of those Democratic state lawmakers have tested positive for COVID.
Kamala Harris ‘coincidentally’ visited Walter Reed Hospital on Sunday. The White House claims it was a routine visit. But many Americans aren’t buying it.
The Texas Democrats tested positive for COVID, and presumably spread the virus, after being fully ‘vaccinated’ for the disease. Harris’s communication team says the vice president did not contract COVID.
“A day after assurances from the White House that Vice President Kamala Harris did not contract Covid-19 after exposure to two infected Texas legislators, she’s at Walter Reed National Military Medical center for what’s described as a ‘routine’ visit,” Deadline reported.
“The unusual Sunday medical appointment raised eyebrows in the media,” the report contiunued. “But Symone Sanders, senior advisor and chief spokesperson for Harris, said Saturday that the vice president and her staff at a meeting with two infected people were not at risk of exposure to the virus.”
The White House said that Harris and her staff “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,” Sanders said. “The Vice President and her staff are fully vaccinated.”
Kamala Harris herself was vaccinated with Moderna, beginning in December on 2020, despite having shown TDS-related vaccine hesitancy during the campaign.
“If the public health professionals, if Dr. Fauci, if the doctors tell us that we should take it, I’ll be the first in line to take it, absolutely. But if Donald Trump tells us that we should take it, I’m not taking it,” Harris said during the vice presidential debate.
Kamala Harris earlier had given a message of support to the Texas House representatives who fled the state rather than vote on a new election integrity bill.
“I do want to first start by making a statement about the legislators in Texas who are showing extraordinary courage and commitment,” Harris said. “I met with them when many of them traveled to Washington D.C., we sat down and had an extensive conversation in the Roosevelt room in the White House and I applaud them standing for the rights of all Americans and all Texans to express their voice through their vote unencumbered.”
“They are leaders who are marching in the path that so many others before did it, when they fought and many died for the right to vote,” Harris added.
At least 58 Texas Democrats made a highly public display of exiting from the State of Texas on charter buses and private planes to avoid a quorum for voting on the election reforms. None of them were wearing masks.