The vice president’s remarks about families who’ve lost loved ones to the coronavirus did not sit well with Twitter users.
— GOP (@GOP) November 19, 2020
More thoughts & prayers! Thoughts & prayers haven't solved a single social problem, and Americans continue to die.
— David Wright – Don't be vapid! VOTE! (@dwright100) November 19, 2020
Given that his strategy appears to be to let the virus wash over the country in the hopes that it'll kill more of his enemies than his friends, I think this could be taken at least two ways.
— John Panzer (@jpanzer) November 19, 2020
Pants on fire.
— PlanetNavaho (@ohplanetnavaho) November 19, 2020
Mike Pence has gotten nothing right in 4 years, and more importantly, has failed America as the Covid task force leader.
— Chris (a loser and sucker) (@AHappyHourHero) November 19, 2020
For 1.3 seconds, while he was scrolling past the headlines. https://t.co/2rbUQkbmAe
— Jenny (@thtredhairdgirl) November 19, 2020
Under the circumstances this quote is entirely moot.
— Black Francis (@MrBlackFrancis) November 19, 2020
Damn shame Pence hasn't done one iota about the pandemic…
— Alex Nelson 📎 (@anelson_os) November 20, 2020
The Fly thinks about families more than you do. https://t.co/bXvaitSggq
— CovidFreeInNYC (@CovidFreeInNYC) November 19, 2020