With over 170 thousand Americans dead from the pandemic and millions losing healthcare due to sudden unemployment, virus response is a substantial concern for those planning to cast their votes in November.
Presidential Counsellor Kellyanne Conway stumbled once again in an effort to paint President Donald Trump as the best candidate to guide the nation out of the wreckage inflicted by the pandemic.
In an interview with Sandra Smith of Fox News, Conway insisted that Democratic nominee Joe Biden has no plan to combat the virus that's upended daily life in the United States.
Smith reminded Conway that Biden does indeed have a plan:
"He's got a plan. Joe Biden's got a plan. It's on his campaign website. You can read through it."
"Yeah, I read through it. It's not much of a plan."
In reality, virus response has been a pillar of Biden's campaign platform. After announcing his running mate, Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) last week, the pair said one of their first priorities would be to institute a nationwide mask mandate—a stark contrast to Trump's politicization of mask-wearing.
People were pleased to see the conservative Fox News network pushing back against Conway's false claims.
People also noticed that Conway said there was no plan, only to admit seconds later that she'd read the plan.