They’ll drag this out for as long as they can, won’t they?
Everyone knows that this whole thing is overblown, and that these restrictions, lockdowns, and attacks on our freedom didn’t make us more safe.
Fire Fauci became a trending hashtag on Twitter, and people from all walks of life are refusing to take the jab and get vaccinated.
People are sick of this whole thing….those of us who aren’t in the covid cult that is.
Take a look:
The Epoch Times came through with the facts:
Anita Dunn, a senior adviser to President Joe Biden, told CNN during an interview on Sunday that Biden is not certain schools can reopen full-time for in-person learning this fall because the pandemic is “unpredictable.”
“President Biden said in an interview that schools should probably all be open in the fall. Can you clarify?” CNN host Jake Tapper asked. Tapper also questioned Dunn if Biden would stand up to teachers’ unions if there was pushback about opening for full-time in-person learning.
“Now, he said probably. He didn’t say absolutely,” Dunn said. “But, given the science, if the vaccination program in this country proceeds, if people do go get their vaccines, he does believe that schools should be able to reopen in September, and reopen safely, following the CDC guidelines. But he said probably. He said, did not say absolutely, because we have all seen this since, unfortunately, January of 2020. It’s an unpredictable virus.”
Fox News had some potentially related news, see if you can piece things together:
The nation’s second-largest teachers union, the American Federation of Teachers (AFT), regularly communicated with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the White House on school reopening, emails showed Saturday.
Communication obtained by the New York Post through a Freedom of Information Act request issued by the conservative group, Americans for Public Trust, showed numerous emails between top CDC officials and the union just days before the administration released school reopening guidelines in February.
"Thank you again for Friday’s rich discussion about forthcoming CDC guidance and for your openness to the suggestions made by our president, Randi Weingarten, and the AFT," senior director for health issues with the AFT, Kelly Trautner, said in a Feb. 1 email to the CDC.
"We were able to review a copy of the draft guidance document over the weekend and were able to provide some initial feedback to several staff this morning about possible ways to strengthen the document," Trautner added. "We believe our experiences on the ground can inform and enrich thinking around what is practicable and prudent in future guidance documents."