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Kamala Harris Accused of Posting Fake ‘Christmas’ Photo

via 60 Minutes
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Vice President Kamala Harris posted a photo of her and her husband preparing Christmas dinner, but a clock in the background suggested it was taken the day before.

Critics accused her of faking the photo, while defenders argued they may have been preparing in advance.

“Merry Christmas to all. May your day be filled with love, family, and good food. P.S. We are making Christmas beef Wellington,” she posted. (Trending: Joe Biden Emailed Hunter’s Business Associates 54 Times)

This came after an earlier post that did not use the word “Christmas.”

The controversy sparked discussions about the timing and authenticity of the photo.

Just a few months earlier, Harris received criticism for posting a Thanksgiving photo with a gas stove despite the Biden administration’s proposal to ban gas stoves.

The proposal was to address health concerns, but the idea was scrapped, and a proposed Department of Energy regulation for energy efficiency standards for gas stoves followed.

The House of Representatives approved an amendment to prevent strict new regulations on gas stoves, with help from several Democrats.

“From our family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving,” wrote Harris on X.

Critics reacted to observing what appeared to be a gas stove in the photo.

Rep. Mike Collins asked, “Is that a gas stove?”

Former governor Scott Walker piled onto the vice president as well.

Richard Trumka Jr. has warned that “a ban on gas stoves is on the table” for the Biden Administration.

“This is a hidden hazard,” Trumka has warned.

“Any option is on the table. Products that can’t be made safe can be banned,” he added.

About 38% of American households use natural gas for cooking.

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