President Biden Called Vice President Harris “President Harris” Several Times
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President Joe Biden has yet again referred to Vice President Kamala Harris as president while delivering remarks at the White House regarding the coronavirus situation.
Biden suffered his latest brain freeze when addressing how minorities have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic, and he was trying to underscore the importance of distributing the coronavirus vaccine to minority communities. "The hardest hit has suffered the most, especially black, Latino, Native American, and rural communities."
The president said, "We believe speed and efficiency must be matched with fairness and equity. Now, when President Harris and I took a virtual tour of the vaccination center in Arizona not long ago," meaning he watched the video, "one of the nurses on the tour was injecting people and giving vaccines and she said that each dose was like a dose of hope." At no time did the president correct his blunder.
Biden, who is no stranger to verbal flubs, erroneously referred to then-Vice President-elect Harris as President-elect back in December. Then he said, "I hope the President will clearly and unambiguously urge all Americans to take the vaccine once it's available," referring to Harris as having received the Moderna vaccine on live television. “I took it to instill public confidence in the vaccine and President-elect Harris took hers today for the same reason.”
Back in August, Biden sparked discussions about Harris assuming the presidency perhaps after the presidents-elect, first term expired when he said he selected Harris as his running mate because she's ready to lead on day one. In September, Harris referred to “the Harris administration” during a virtual roundtable on the economy.
America, how many of these dumb statements do we have to hear before the obvious plan is seen for what it is. The plan is for Harris to be president. The question is, when?