News Outlet Deletes Fact-Check Tweet on Kamala Harris

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An online media outlet based in Arlington county deleted a tweet that exposed Kamala Harris’ lie and followed up with a tweet that omitted the fact-check.

Axios, a news website headquartered in Virginia, had an interview with Kamala Harris. Its co-founder, Mike Allen, asked the current vice president about the administration’s struggles in responding to the pandemic.

Harris responded that there was no stockpile of vaccines.

She was quoted saying, “There was no national strategy or plan for vaccinations. We were leaving it to the states and local leaders to try and figure it out. And so in many ways, we’re starting from scratch on something that’s been raging for almost an entire year!”

Axios tweeted the conversation on Sunday evening along with a quoted statement from Dr. Anthony Fauci that reads, “we certainly are not starting from scratch”.

Fauci’s statement was taken from his response during a press briefing in the White House. “We certainly are not starting from scratch because there is activity going on in the distribution.”

Axios once deleted a tweet that inaccurately describes the fish tank cleaner story dragging former US President Donald Trump.

What’s interesting is that this time, the biased news outlet deleted the Kamala Harris fact-check tweet afterwards and replaced it with another tweet that omits the details of the fact-checking.

What’s left is the interview with the lying vice president, but the fact-check tweet is nowhere to be found.

What do you expect from a news outlet based in a state that supported Biden and Harris during the presidential elections?

It isn’t just Axios that is in hot water but also Harris, who has been a liar ever since.

Harris shouldn’t be exempted from fact-checking.

What can you expect from Democrats who make empty promises?

Who can ever forget how she supported criminals and violence?

It looks like only the Democrats have forgotten. After all, selective fact-checking from the current administration is old news.

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