On Monday, Senator and failed 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris said during a Joe Biden campaign virtual town hall that the November presidential election is about “whether we live or die.”

Biden campaign senior adviser Symone Sanders said to Harris, regarding the importance of the upcoming election, “I’m going to give the final word to our illustrious leader of this call today, Senator Harris. Senator you have been just beating the drum on this issue, on election protection for this fall, on holding the Trump administration accountable, so we say thank you for your voice and work.”

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Harris responded, “Elections matter. Elected leaders we’ve seen at this moment in this crisis, depending on who it is, we’ve seen leaders like [Atlanta Mayor Keisha Bottoms] or [San Francisco Mayor London Breed]. We’ve seen the leadership at people will take on because they know the people. The people rely on them. And elections matter.”

“We have seen a president in Donald Trump who lies to the American people, who does not embrace truth or speak truth, someone who is obviously so much more concerned about himself than the people he represents,” the senator continued. “We’ve seen a failure of leadership that’s resulted in great damage to our country.”

‘This election in November is going to determine… whether we live or die’

“The pandemic is not over, it’s going to go on for a little while. I cannot stress enough to folks — I’m here in D.C. so I see this stuff right up close — who occupies that seat in the White House really matters,” Harris added.

Then she really turned on the hyperbole (emphasis added).

“This election in November is going to determine so many things about our future and it’s literally going to be about our health and whether we live or die, the state of our economy and whether we have a job,” Harris said.

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She finished, “It’s going to determine where we will be for future generations and it’s going to determine it quite immediately.”