Fried hypocritically says DeSantis ‘snubbed’ Harris, forgets that she ‘snubbed’ Trump

Fried hypocritically says DeSantis ‘snubbed’ Harris, forgets that she ‘snubbed’ Trump

Joe Biden continues to sit on the sidelines (border fence)

Jim McCool
Jim McCool
March 23, 2021

Yesterday, the Sunshine State was visited by Vice President Kamala Harris (D), who once again stood as the face of the Biden-Harris Administration, as she visited Florida to tour a FEMA COVID-19 vaccine site.

Commissioner of Agriculture Nikki Fried (D-FL), also joined Harris, as the only statewide elected official present at the event.

The two women bragged about the American Rescue Plan, and how it will help curve terrifying statistics, such as 40% of black and Hispanic families in the Jacksonville area facing chronic hunger.

The commissioner did not fail to take shots at Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) in an email, claiming that he “snubbed” VP Harris, yet ignoring the numerous times President Trump (R) faced isolation from many Democrat leaders, including herself.

Yes, Nikki Fried used to ‘snub’ President Trump whenever he came to town.

Fried issued a statement yesterday on Florida’s progress with the vaccine and her allegiance to the Biden-Harris Administration:

“I will continue standing alongside her [Harris] and President Joe Biden.  I remain committed to working with the Biden Administration in a strong partnership to deliver results for all Floridians.”

Fried, aside from working on the vaccine rollout, has also made efforts to allow donations to help find the fight against COVID-19.

As of now, the governor has yet to comment on the Harris visit.

Harris also made other headlines during her visit when asked by a reporter if she will visit the border, a crisis that many right-wing voters consider a pressing issue. Harris audibly laughs at the question, answering, “Not today.”

The White House has since tried to deliver the promise that President Biden will eventually visit the border but has not committed to a proper date.

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Jim McCool

Jim McCool

Jim is an 18-year-old Pre-law student and has lived in Florida for 15 years. He is a member of the Benjamin Franklin Society of Scholars, received the 'Spirit of the American Legion' award, and was the President and founder of his high school's debate and moot court teams. On the side, he enjoys football, academics, politics and is a self-proclaimed patriot.