Kamala Harris has one-upped Joe Biden’s numerous coronavirus speaking gaffes after she claimed that 220 million Americans had died as a result of COVID-19.
“We’re looking at over 220 million Americans who just in the last several months died,” said the Vice Presidential candidate.
Harris obviously meant to say 220 thousand, but her verbal slip up is a continuation of a trend that has befallen Joe Biden on several occasions.
Biden has wildly exaggerated the death toll of coronavirus at least three separate times.
During a speech honoring Ruth Bader Ginsburg last month, Biden blamed President Trump for the spread of the virus and stated, “It’s estimated that 200 million people have died—probably by the time I—finish this talk.”
Back in May, Biden also claimed that the virus had cost the, “lives of millions of people, millions of people.”
A month later, the former VP claimed that coronavirus had killed 120 million Americans.
One wonders whether the verbal gaffes are making some Americans actually believe that the COVID-19 death toll is actually far higher than the real number.
A survey published earlier this year found that the average American thought 9 per cent of the population had died from coronavirus, a figure which equates to over 30 million people.
Interestingly Deagel forecast the US population drops by a similar number by 2025
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