Kamala: 'It's Not One's Fault That This Virus Hit the World'

Brittany M. Hughes | December 21, 2021
Font Size

During an exclusive sit-down interview with CBS News this week, Vice President Kamala Harris postulated that the coronavirus is “no one’s fault.”

“I don't think this is a moment to talk about fault," Harris said, in an attempt to break from the administration's bad habit of blaming the unvaccinated for spreading COVID.

It is no one's fault that this virus hit our shores, or hit the world,” she said. "It is more about individual power and responsibility and the decisions that everyone has the choice to make."

Well, actually, it kind of is: China’s, though the left seems to have an awfully hard time saying it.

We know the virus initiated in the Wuhan province. We know it spread like wildfire throughout China, while the country was busy playing cover-up and hiding from the rest of the world just how contagious and deadly the disease actually was by fiddling with their own numbers.

We know the virus may have been leaked from a lab in Wuhan, according to one U.S. government report – though whether it would have been the result of an accident or purposeful engineering, it’s not clear.

And we know President Donald Trump was utterly castigated by the liberal media for pointing out all these facts during his administration.

But that doesn’t make them any less true - or Kamala's claim any less ridiculous.