“Heels Up” Harris and the pussy she calls a husband have both had their
rabies kung flu shots.
The vice president traveled to Rhode Island where she stopped by a local store to buy four books, including one on ‘white male rage’, while Emhoff went to Pennsylvania to tour a micro brewery.
As Harris prepared to board Air Force Two for a day trip to Providence, she shared a peck with Emhoff without removing their face coverings.
Both Harris and Emhoff are vaccinated against coronavirus and new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance says those vaccinated do not need to wear masks while outside.
The move is yet another confusing display on what the White House is recommending vaccinated Americans do in reference to wearing face coverings in public.
Emhoff visited Allentown, Pennsylvania on Wednesday to promote President Joe Biden’s jobs plan – he did not accompany his wife to Rhode Island.
Harris made an unannounced stop at ‘Books on the Square’ while in Providence, where the vice president purchased The Topeka School, which explores the roots of white male rage; The Nickel Boys, centered around the underground railroad; Simply Julia, a cookbook that looks at ‘food equity’; and the novel The Dutch House.
Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo, who served as Rhode Island’s governor from 2015 until March when she was tapped for the administration post, greeted Harris when she arrived fro the day trip to promote President Joe BIden’s $2.3 trillion American Jobs Plan.
‘This is my neighborhood store,’ Raimondo told Harris as they entered the book store on Wednesday. ‘The best place ever.’
Harris held up the books for press when exiting the store and said she has been wanting to read them.
‘I’m going to find time to do it,’ she insisted.
Harris was also greeted in Rhode Island by Senators Sheldon Whitehouse and Jack Reed, Representatives David Cicilline and Jim Langevin and Governor Daniel McKee.Harris’ trip north of Washington, D.C. was part of the ‘Getting Back on Track Tour’ highlighting the Biden administration’s support for small businesses.