Kamala Harris is SO upset about people calling the #WuhanVirus the #WuhanVirus, even though the damn thing came from Wuhan, that she took up valuable legislative time to put forward a resolution ‘condemning’ the term
Anywho, James Woods took time from his busy schedule being awesome to send Kamala a ‘letter’ of sorts on Twitter:
Dear Kamala Harris, we call it the #WuhanCoronaVirus because that’s where it started. Just like we call call you #HeelsUpHarris, because that’s where YOU started. Oh, and then, of course, there’s that pesky little ditty called the First Amendment. #Nitwit https://t.co/30J23Gc3vr
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) May 21, 2020
From The Daily Caller:
Democratic California Sen. Kamala Harris introduced a resolution last week calling on the Senate to condemn the term “Wuhan virus” as racist.
The resolution, introduced May 14, describes the terms “Chinese Virus,” “Wuhan Virus,” and “Kung-flu” as “anti-Asian terminology and rhetoric” that “have perpetuated anti-Asian stigma.” The resolution on the Senate to condemn “all forms of anti-Asian sentiment as related to COVID–19,” including “all manifestations or expressions of racism, xenophobia, discrimination, anti-Asian sentiment, scapegoating, and ethnic or religious intolerance.”
HA HA HA HA HA
Must be nice to worry more about what we call a virus than the damage it’s done to our people and our country.
What a maroon.
Remind us again what are we paying you for???
— Gary Livesay (@robertgary55) May 21, 2020
She has not once contributed anything of value nor accomplished anything of note in her entire political career.
— Winter (@WinterB123) May 21, 2020
Is she still a thing?
— Jonny Cabernet (@Inflatulation) May 21, 2020
No, not really.
— Mike Breslin (@mikebreslin815) May 21, 2020
— American Patriot (@michael56243551) May 21, 2020
Cause spending time and effort on this is soooo important for the country. Geez. When will these politicians start working FOR the American people?
— Kim Morris (@kim_coffeebbmom) May 21, 2020
When they can stop trying to unseat a duly elected president.
You know what, probably not even then, unfortunately.