Vice President Kamala Harris visited Greenville, Mississippi today and was joined by Congressman Bennie Thompson.
The VP’s visit was intended to highlight the administrations support in uplifting America’s small businesses. She made remarks at the Delta Center Stage at 1:00 p.m.
On Friday she visited local small business, Joycee’s Fabrics and Sewing Center, where she spoke to individuals from the community on the importance of having access to the capitol in order launch a business. This stop is part of a U.S. wide tour to meet with small business owners to discuss the challenges they face, according to White House officials.
”Kamala Harris’ trip to Greenville is nothing but an attempt to gaslight Mississippians who have less money in their pockets because of the hostile Biden-Harris agenda. Throughout the ‘passage of time’ of Biden’s first year in his office, he’s managed to hammer small businesses with higher costs, harmful mandates and record-high inflation,” said RNC Spokesperson Savannah Viar.
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