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Kamala Harris Makes Twitter Users Think She’s Talking to Kids, But Look Who Audience Actually Was

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Kamala Harris, the Vice President of the United States, recently made a tweet that had many users thinking she was talking to kids. The tweet was posted on March 10th, 2021 and said “Hey kids, don’t forget to wear your masks and wash your hands!”

At first glance, it seemed like Harris was talking to children, but it turns out that the tweet was actually directed at adults. Harris was actually addressing a group of adults attending a virtual town hall meeting on the importance of COVID-19 safety measures.

The tweet was meant to remind adults of the importance of taking safety precautions to protect themselves and their families. Harris also used the tweet to emphasize the need for everyone to follow the science and take the necessary precautions to stay safe.

The tweet was met with both positive and negative responses. Some users praised Harris for her message and for taking the time to remind adults of the importance of following the safety guidelines. Others criticized Harris for not addressing children directly, or for not making the message more clear.

Regardless of the criticism, Harris’ tweet was a reminder of the importance of following safety guidelines, and it was a reminder that adults need to take responsibility for their own safety and the safety of their families. Harris’ tweet was a reminder that adults should be setting an example for children in terms of following safety measures.

Harris’ tweet was a reminder that adults need to be taking the safety guidelines seriously, and that they should be setting an example for the younger generations. Ultimately, Harris’ tweet was a reminder that everyone needs to take responsibility for their own safety, and that it is up to adults to set the example and lead the way.

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