Vice President Kamala Harris faced a growing backlash on social media this week after failing to salute two members of the military when boarding Air Force Two; a tradition supported by both Mike Pence and Joe Biden under Barack Obama.
“This is a mistake. And she should correct it immediately,” posted former Trump appointee Richard Grenell.
Watch the revealing moment above.
ANOTHER CONSPIRACY: Harris Says She ‘Does Not Trust’ the Trump Administration on ‘Issue of a Vaccine’
Vice Presidential nominee Kamala Harris doubled-down on her latest conspiracy theory regarding a potential treatment for CoVID-19; saying she “does not trust” the Trump administration “on the issue of a vaccine.”
“Let me be very clear. I do not trust Donald Trump on the issue of a vaccine. If the public health professionals tell us it’s safe, I will take the vaccine,” said Sen. Harris.
Sen. Kamala Harris: "I do not trust Donald Trump on the issue of a vaccine. If the public health professionals tell us it's safe, I will take the vaccine." pic.twitter.com/RN8Slgkuiv
— The Hill (@thehill) October 16, 2020
“I will not take Donald Trump’s word on this. He has over and over again lied to the American people,” she added. “He could have saved lives! He’s playing politics with people’s lives! No I will not take Donald Trump’s word for it.”
Watch Sen. Harris’ comments above.
ANTI-SOCIAL MEDIA: Kamala Harris Urges Facebook to ‘Combat Misinformation’ During ‘Upcoming Elections’
Former presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris urged Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to crackdown on potentially misleading information during the upcoming census and 2020 election Friday; questioning their ability to unfairly influence American politics.
“I hope you recognize that Facebook’s ability to effectively combat misinformation during the 2020 census will presage your ability to combat similar misinformation during the upcoming elections,” Harris wrote in a letter.
— The Hill (@thehill) March 6, 2020
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi made similar comments earlier this week after the social media platform abruptly removed a political advertisement from the Trump campaign.
“This is, on the part of Facebook, a robust unacceptable interference in the census,” Pelosi said at a press conference Thursday.
“I know the profit motive is their business model, but it should not come at the cost of counting who is in our country so that we can provide the services,” she continued. “The beautiful diversity of America is what this administration fears, they want it undercounted. They’re misrepresenting on Facebook and Facebook is saying that this misrepresentation is consistent with their policies.”
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Source: The Hill