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HUGE: Former Trump Lawyer Finds Sinister Motive in New CDC Guidelines


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has been firmly on the side of strict mandates throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

In addition to recommending vaccines for almost everyone, the agency has also pushed for the widespread use of face masks.

According to its latest update, however, that all seems to be changing.

As the spread of the virus continues to decline in states across the nation, the CDC appears to be in favor of rolling back some of its harshest recommendations.

Now, nearly three in four Americans are no longer being pushed by these bureaucrats to wear a face mask whenever they venture out in public.

According to The Hill:

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Friday significantly eased its mask recommendations, including for schools, as part of long-awaited updated guidance for dealing with COVID-19.

Under the new guidelines, more than 70 percent of the U.S. population is in an area with “low” or “medium” COVID-19 community level, meaning masks are not recommended for the general public.

In areas with a “high” level — currently about 30 percent of the U.S. population — masks would still be recommended in public indoor settings, and under the “medium” level, people at higher risk are encouraged to talk to their doctor about wearing a mask.

While this might seem like good news to critics of the CDC’s COVID-19 response, one prominent attorney believes the decision is rooted in partisan politics.

Jenna Ellis, a former lawyer for Donald Trump, shared her perspective in a tweet on Friday.

With the midterm elections rapidly approaching, Democrats clearly need all the help they can get.

In addition to the foreign policy debacle that resulted in Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Democrats are facing an uphill battle on a number of fronts.

According to Fox News:

In an early snapshot of the 2022 midterm elections, Republicans maintain a narrow advantage over Democrats on the generic congressional ballot — as voters say they are less likely to support a candidate endorsed by either President Joe Biden or former President Donald Trump, according to the latest Fox News survey of registered voters.

If the election for Congress were today, 49% would vote for the Republican candidate in their district, while 45% would go for the Democrat. This is the third straight month when the GOP has had the advantage: Republicans held a 1-point edge last month (44% vs. 43%) and were up by 4 points in December (43% vs. 39%).

As Ellis opined, it seems that the CDC is doing everything it can to prop up the Democratic Party ahead of November’s elections.

In the following clip, she explained why Biden’s handling of the Russia-Ukraine crisis will only make matters worse for the party.

Do you think the GOP will regain a majority in Congress after the midterms?

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