Democrats are still terrified about the upcoming elections. Their fate rests in Joe Biden, their party’s top official.
Biden needs a string of wins to keep voters happy going into November. But he just made a bold claim, clearly times for the elections.
It might not be the wisest thing he’s ever said.
From Fox News:
President Biden said during a television interview on Sunday night that the COVID-19 pandemic “is over.” […]
“The pandemic is over. We still have a problem with COVID. We’re still doing a lot of work on it,” Biden responded…
Biden has used the COVID-19 pandemic emergency as a reason for his administration’s plan to end Title 42 as well as the recent student loan handout.
Uh, Joe? You can’t have it both ways.
You can’t keep pointing to COVID as justification for radical changes to our country. Then turn around and say the pandemic’s over, to butter up voters.
Just a few weeks ago, Joe pointed to COVID as the reason to cancel millions of student loans.
He used pandemic emergency powers to end Title 42–a rule that helped border agents defend the country.
Congress keeps demanding more money to address this “pandemic” even though most of the funds go to anything but COVID relief.
Yet now, Biden is saying the pandemic is over–when it is most convenient for his struggling party.
Remember, this is the man that threatened the jobs of over 100 million Americans. The man who tried to force us to take an untested, permanent medical procedure.
A man who spent trillions of dollars to “build back better” without blinking an eye.
Most Americans have moved on from the pandemic. For many, it’s just a memory.
But Democrats have kept milking the panic to get what they wanted. In blue California, they still have mandates.
But Biden, with just a wave of his hand, thinks he can dismiss a pandemic he’s abused for years.
That’s pretty rich.
- Biden recently claimed the COVID pandemic is over.
- He recently used the pandemic emergency to cancel student loans.
- Biden’s claim comes just weeks before the midterms.
Source: Fox News