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Video: Little Kid Yells “Say That” After Kamala Said That Every Person Who Is In The Hospital Sick With COVID-19 Is Unvaccinated

Vice President Kamala Harris traveled to Atlanta on Friday to tour a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination site at Ebenezer Baptist Church, where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a pastor until his assassination in 1968.

Only a third of Black Georgians have received at least one dose, compared to 38 percent of white Georgians and 72 percent of Asian residents, state data show.

Only Hispanic residents are faring worse, with about 31 percent having received one dose.

Harris’ trip comes as President Joe Biden is set to announce 300 million COVID-19 shot

But her “effort” to get more people vaccinated didn’t go as planned!

When Kamala Harris said: “Virtually every person who is in the hospital right now sick with COVID-19 … is unvaccinated.”

Little children in the crowd yelled: “Say that!”

Embarrassed Harris responded: “Almost every one of them is unvaccinated. Let the children speak.”

Video below:

The mother of the children explained the situation on her Twitter account:

My dad is the one saying the first “say that.” My son spent the day with my parents and ended up doing a whole call and response with the vice president

Even do many people online assumed that the kid agreed with Kamala the definition of “Say That” could mean that the kid could agree with Kamala or he was just trolling the VP.

Top definition for “Say That”
1.Agreeing with something that somebody says.
2.A response to someone getting an attitude with you after you asked them a question.
3.What you should say when you’re confused about something, after your confusion has been cleared up.

Moments after Harris wrapped up her CAU speech, Biden announced that the country has administered 300 million COVID shots in 150 days.

“What we’re seeing is a truly American accomplishment,” he said in a speech from the White House.

As fewer people die from the coronavirus, the pace of vaccinations is stalling, and four out of 10 Republicans say they do not plan to get a vaccine, according to the latest PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist poll.