Kamala Harris Says If Joe Biden Becomes President He’ll ‘End This Pandemic’

During vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris’ speech during the Democratic National Convention, she stated that if Biden wins the White House, he will “bring us together” in order to end the coronavirus pandemic that is still sweeping across the country.

Harris went on on in her little chat to take aim at President Trump and accuse him of costing lives in his response to the illness.

via The Daily Wire:

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“Joe will bring us together to end this pandemic and make sure that we are prepared for the next one,” Harris said Wednesday during her speech at the Democratic National Convention (DNC), during which she accepted the party’s nomination.

Harris’s claim mirrors Biden, who has said he’ll cure cancer and other maladies. “We’re gonna’ invest billions of dollars to find, and I promise you, cures for cancer, Alzheimer’s, and diabetes,” he said after winning big in Super Tuesday’s primaries.

Harris, along with other speakers at the convention, also blasted Trump’s handling of COVID-19. “Donald Trump’s failure of leadership has cost lives and livelihoods,” she said.

There’s clearly a unified message between the folks speaking at the DNC and the mainstream media. It’s all about attacking President Trump. That’s it. How much substance concerning the policy platform of the Biden-Harris ticket are we seeing? How much media coverage is being dedicated to asking them hard questions about what direction they want to take the country in?

The truth is, the left has only one mission. Beat Trump. And apparently, they think the key to this is by relentlessly attacking him, a strategy they have employed since he first announced he’d be running for president.

How has that worked out for them?

Not very well.