Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Broken Promises: One Year Ago, Joe Biden Said He ‘Wouldn’t Demand’ Mandatory Vaccines; Biden’s Lost War on COVID: Still Trying to ‘beat’ Virus — and Failing, and other C-Virus related stories

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Broken Promises: One Year Ago, Joe Biden Said He ‘Wouldn’t Demand’ Mandatory Vaccines:
One year ago, Joe Biden, who was then president-elect, promised that he “wouldn’t demand” mandatory coronavirus vaccines for the American people — a promise he has since broken, attempting to coerce millions of American workers to get the jab against their will.
“No. I don’t think it should be mandatory. I wouldn’t demand it be mandatory,” Biden said after a reporter asked if the coronavirus vaccine should be mandatory. “But I would do everything in my power — I don’t think masks need to be made mandatory nationwide.”
The White House maintained that position as recently as July. During a July 23 press briefing, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki explicitly said vaccine mandates are “not the role of the federal government.” --->READ MORE HERE
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Prez’s lost war on COVID: Biden still trying to ‘beat’ virus — and failing:
Candidate Joe Biden’s fib was that he could “beat” a global virus. President Biden’s mistake was to swallow his own whopper. Welcome to the Biden virus quagmire.
The White House on Thursday released its latest list of COVID rules in anticipation of a rise in winter cases and the arrival of the Omicron variant. The administration imposed new testing rules for international travelers, extended its transportation mask mandate, and announced it would launch hundreds of vaccination clinics and a campaign for boosters, distribute 25 million free tests, and allow reimbursement for home testing.
Feel better now? Confident that this time we’ll whup the virus? Of course not. If there’s one thing a weary world has realized, it’s that there’s no beating a highly transmissible respiratory disease. Vaccines prevent serious disease, but they don’t stop transmission. No amount of masking, social distancing or locking down has stopped the surges of the past six months, including in states like Michigan and New Mexico, which boasted about their restrictions. The virus doesn’t follow executive orders. --->READ MORE HERE
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