There was more bad news on the way for the Biden administration.
This time it involved the vice president.
Kamala Harris’ world got turned upside down because of one medical emergency.
Vice President Harris employed the duck and cover strategy to avoid the political blowback for Joe Biden’s humiliating military defeat in Afghanistan.
Harris stayed out of sight and out of mind for days to avoid answering questions about her role in supporting the disastrously executed Afghanistan withdrawal plan that left thousands of Americans stranded behind Taliban lines as potential hostages.
The vice president then went on a previously scheduled foreign trip to Singapore and Vietnam, which also invited uncomfortable comparisons between the fiasco in Afghanistan and the 1975 fall of Saigon.
Harris’ trip took another wrong turn when the administration announced it delayed the flight from Singapore to Vietnam “because the Vice President’s office was made aware of a report of a recent possibly anomalous health incident in Hanoi, Vietnam.”
While the vice president’s office delayed the trip, it did not cancel the visit to Vietnam.
“After careful assessment, the decision was made to continue with the Vice President’s trip,” the statement added.
“Anomalous health incident” has a very specific meaning in U.S. government lingo as it is the code name for “Havana Syndrome.”
The “Havana Syndrome” is named after the fact that U.S. embassy officials in Havana, Cuba back in 2016 began experiencing nausea, severe headaches, ear pain, fatigue, insomnia and sluggishness after being hit with what many suspect are high-tech microradiation or hypersonic weapons.
U.S. officials in Russia and China also sought treatment for Havana Syndrome.
Given the fact that key U.S. officials in Russia or countries allied with Russia fell victim to this illness, many suspect it was in fact the Russians using top secret weapons to cripple U.S. diplomatic and intelligence capabilities in hostile countries.
That hypothesis only gained ground when U.S. intelligence officials in Berlin working on Russia-related issues sought medical treatment for Havana Syndrome.
“Some victims were intelligence officers or diplomats working on Russia-related issues such as gas exports, cybersecurity and political interference, U.S. diplomats and people familiar with an investigation into the illness said,” the Wall Street Journal exclusively reported.
Americans are wondering why the government still cannot diagnose the cause of Havana Syndrome or protect officials from falling ill from it.
The fact that the initial illnesses took place in Cuba, Russia, China and in Germany where officials were working on Russian-related issues, and in a U.S. embassy just ahead of the vice president’s visit, suggest these medical emergencies are not a coincidence.
Joe Biden is already struggling from the failure to evacuate American citizens in Afghanistan before they become Taliban hostages.
And now it appears Biden cannot keep key embassy and intelligence officials safe.
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