Kamala Harris Tells Fans To Tune In For An Election Protection Briefing Now
Kamala Harris told her Twitter followers to tune in now for an election protection briefing. Check out the post that she shared on her social media account below.
Tune in live for an election protection briefing and an update on the state of the race with Jen O'Malley Dillon and Bob Bauer. https://t.co/n3AMw75Ctl
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) November 4, 2020
Someone told her: 'In Western Kenya, we call you Khamala. Meaning the Finisher... Just make sure you finish the Whitehouse monster and bring ORDER TO AMERICA.'
Another follower said: 'This is why the whole world is concerned about the US election. It is gonna impact all of us. Climate change is such a big issue. But Trump doesn't even believe climate change!'
One fan posted this: 'So proudly cast my Vote, was scared and happy too at the same time, be proud, I got so many DM’s about the mask, just click here to get yours.'
Somoene else wrote: 'I LOVE that you put an ASL interpreter on the screen! #inclusion is a democratic ideal!'
Another follower said that the 'New USPS data appears to show a failure to deliver mail ballots from voters across the country on Election Day. U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan will hold a noon hearing over USPS' non-compliance with his order yesterday to rush deliver all remaining mail ballots.'
One other commenter said: 'Boom. Campaign Manager Jen O’Malley Dillon just said @JoeBiden
will be out next President, based on their internal projections.'
In other recent news, Hot New Hip Hop said that 50 Cent doesn’t want his taxes to be increased to 62%, which is reportedly what Joe Biden , Kamala Harris, and the Democrats intend on doing if they’re elected to be the president and vice president of the United States.
As it was previously reported, 50 Cent took to his social media to say he was voting for the president, Donald Trump, after hearing about what the Democrats intended on doing with their proposed tax plan that would see the wealthiest citizens taxed more intensively.