President Joe Biden isn’t interested in actually stopping the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s convenient to their narrative and plans to control people the way it sits. If Biden’s Administration wanted to bring the COVID-19 pandemic to an end, then they could. The new Omicron variant is not dangerous. Yet, there are travel bans for African countries, and New York Governor Kathy Hochul has enacted a state of emergency because Omicron is expected to spread.
We’ve all learned from the COVID-19 pandemic that lower-level politicians have a large amount of control and, in some cases, more than the federal government.
Biden laughed at questions about COVID-19 and China being more open and forthcoming. A report asked Biden, “800,000 coronavirus deaths do you have a statement on your responsibility? And why haven’t you asked China to do more, to be transparent on the origins?”
Instead of answering and engaging the reporter, Biden smiles, laughs, and walks away. The insensitive nature of Biden’s response tells you everything you need to know about how he feels about the pandemic off-script. Whatever Biden says while reading a teleprompter isn’t authentic and should be taken with a grain of salt.
On October 5, 2020, Biden was singing a different tune. Biden said, “200,000 plus have died. Fifty thousand a day are getting the virus. One thousand thereabouts are dying. The president should take responsibility.”
The truth is, the president should hold very little responsibility for COVID-19 death or infection numbers. There are some things the president can do, like banning travel and stuff like that, but the freedom that the U.S. holds onto should stop government entities from doing much, especially when it infringes on the rights of the citizens.
There’s a lot of evidence that suggests that the Wuhan Institute for Virology leaked the COVID-19 virus, and the National Institute for Health has admitted that the U.S. funded gain-of-function research. Hence, it’s not a secret anymore, and nobody can hide it.