PARTY OF SCIENCE! Kamala Harris Won’t Take Trump’s Word On A Vaccine For COVID-19 (VIDEO)

Democrats love to pretend they are the party of science. Joe Biden and other Democrats are always saying that they will listen to scientists, and everyone must follow science.

But according to Joe Biden’s running mate Kamala Harris, science suddenly doesn’t matter as long as Trump is still the president.

She recently said in an interview that she wouldn’t take Trump’s word on a vaccine for COVID-19.

Reuters reports:

Kamala Harris says Trump not credible on possible COVID-19 vaccine

In an interview excerpt broadcast by CNN on Saturday, Harris said Trump had a track record of suppressing expert opinion about the coronavirus pandemic and that she worried that might happen again in the case of a prospective vaccine.

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“I would not trust Donald Trump,” Harris said, saying she would be convinced of the efficacy of a vaccine only if someone credible were vouching for it as well.

“I will not take his word for it.”

At least 6.2 million people have been infected in the U.S. coronavirus outbreak, which has taken 187,833 lives, according to a Reuters tally.

With the government’s handling of the world’s worst outbreak of the disease under close scrutiny, Trump has dangled the possibility that a vaccine might be ready ahead of the Nov. 3 U.S. presidential election.

See the video below:

In other words, this is all about politics.

Biden and Harris don’t care about that.

They only care about winning.

 

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