You can’t make this up! As Biden forces vaccines, Kamala touts no ‘government interference’

Talk about a tone-deaf administration, on the same day that President Biden took the United States a step closer to a totalitarian state by effectively dictating that millions of Americans will get vaccinated against COVID-19, Vice President Kamala Harris was busy saying American society is better “without government interference.”

For Democrats, the difference being that when it comes to the killing of unborn babies, the federal government should keep its hands off, but when it comes to forcing tens of millions of Americans to inject biological agents into their body then government has a duty to intervene.

Harris met with abortion and reproductive health providers Thursday after the Biden Justice Department announced a lawsuit against Texas over its restrictive abortion law and, in speaking to reporters, she declared the right of women to make decisions about their own bodies is non-negotiable, Reuters reported.

“The act is clearly unconstitutional under longstanding Supreme Court precedent,” Attorney General Merrick Garland said of the Texas law, while announcing the legal action.

Harris, who had been keeping a low profile as Biden saw his ratings take a beating over the Afghan debacle that resulted in the deaths of 13 U.S. servicemembers and hundreds of Americans abandoned behind enemy lines along with over $85 billion of U.S. military equipment and weapons, denounced a heavy-handed government prior to her boss announcing forced vaccinations for millions of Americans.

Harris told reporters, “When people are able to make choices without government interference for themselves in terms of their wellbeing and the wellbeing of their family, in consultation with whomever they may choose, we’re a stronger society.”

As seen in the tweet above, the Republican Party wasted little time pointing out the glaring contradiction within the Biden administration.

It’s almost like Harris is intentionally distancing herself from Biden, unless she just has an obtuse lack of perception.

Speaking of which, the Republican National Committee announced in response to Biden’s executive edict, which included vaccine mandates for companies with 100 or more employees, that it plans to file a lawsuit over the “unconstitutional actions and authoritarian decrees.”

Yet, Garland was saying of Texas, “This kind of scheme to nullify the Constitution of the United States is one that all Americans — whatever their politics or party — should fear.”

Here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story from Twitter that involve plenty of speculation behind Harris’s actions:

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