(FiveNation.com)- Vice President Kamala Harris, who has already made herself the least popular vice president in modern history, tried to brush off blame for the worsening COVID-19 crisis during a recent interview on CBS News by saying that now is not a time for pointing the finger.
She says this after spending the entirety of the 2020 presidential campaign blaming former President Donald Trump for every person who tragically died of or with COVID-19.
It comes as the Omicron variant of COVID-19 sweeps the United States, accounting for more than 73% of new infections nationally and more than 90% in some states including New Jersey and New York.
CBS News anchor Margaret Brennan asked the vice president whether the spread of the new variant is the fault of the unvaccinated, and Harris had a surprising answer.
“I don’t think this is a moment to talk about fault,” Harris responded.
After spending months slamming people who choose not to get the COVID-19 vaccine, it looks as though the Biden administration is finally realizing that the more they blame other people, the more people have a reason to blame them, too. Just like how they blamed former President Donald Trump for 200,000 deaths before January of this year…
“It is no one’s fault that this virus hit our shores or hit the world,” she continued.
Well, it’s China’s fault.
It’s interesting that Harris is finally taking this tone after President Joe Biden has spent so long pointing the finger at Republicans. In September he said, “This is a pandemic of the unvaccinated.”
Well, with so many vaccinated people becoming infected with COVID-19, it’s clear that not only is this not true…but it was never true.