Mark Levin Rips Kamala Harris’ Anti-Vax Rhetoric: “I Could Give A Damn If She Takes A Vaccine Or Not”

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In an interview that aired last Sunday, Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris told CNN’s Dana Bash she “would not trust” President Trump “about the efficacy and the reliability” of a COVID-19 vaccine if approved before November’s election.

“I will say that I would not trust Donald Trump and it would have to be a credible source of information that talks about the efficacy and the reliability of whatever he’s talking about,” Sen. Harris replied after being asked if she would “get” a vaccine if approved and distributed before the 2020 election.

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In response, political commentator Mark Levin blamed Kamala’s rhetoric on the notion that a successful vaccine “scares the hell out of Democrats,” and he really could “give a damn” if the Californian senator gets a vaccine in the first place.

“Here’s the word that scares the hell out of Democrats and the media. It’s called “Vaccine,” Levin told Sean Hannity as he held up a paper with the word written on it.

“And here’s the thing. The President of the United States and his administration are close to getting a vaccine,” he said.

“So they bring out Dr. Kamala Harris, and she says, ‘I’m not taking a vaccine.’ I could give a damn if she takes a vaccine or not,” Levin proclaimed. “They don’t want a vaccine before the election. Think about that. They’re the ones who want people to die.”

“What if we had a vaccine before the election? So, the President’s supposed to put his foot on the brake and stop progress on a vaccine?” he questioned. Video Below