Are we finally done with COVID-19?
Can we ditch the face diapers?
Trash the poisonous shots?
Get rid of the useless nasal swabs?
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Forget about social distancing?
Give people who were fired from mandates their jobs back?
Can we finally return the REAL normal to society.
According to Joe Biden, the “pandemic is over!”
While the real pandemics were medical malpractice and ‘vaccine’ injuries/deaths, Biden has declared the COVID-19 scamdemic over.
Biden visited the Detroit Auto Show and appeared on 60 Minutes.
The White House resident was directly asked: “Is the pandemic over?”
“The pandemic is over. We still have a problem with COVID. We’re still doing a lot of work on it. But the pandemic is over,” Biden responded.
“If you notice, no one is wearing masks. Everyone seems to be in pretty good shape. And so I think it’s changing. This is a perfect example of it.”
JUST IN – Biden: "The pandemic is over."pic.twitter.com/iS1gq31MD1
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) September 19, 2022
Twitter users responded to Biden’s comments:
If it's over does everyone who refused the poison 💉 get their jobs back? 😼😼😼 https://t.co/e91L3bZ1fh
— Rebelcat (@rebelpuss) September 19, 2022
Doesn’t this fall under misinformation? As NYC, other parts of the country and the Head Start Program still have masking and/or vaccine mandates.@NYCSchools @HeadStartgov @GovKathyHochul @leezeldin @EspositoforNY https://t.co/3Zc8J9sXZI
— Coach George (@Coachlanese13) September 19, 2022
Just in time for midterms https://t.co/wuYHWfcPv8
— Summer4Tacos 🇺🇸🇳🇱🇲🇽 (@Stillurfvseason) September 19, 2022
Then why is there still a state of emergency declared? https://t.co/bfR21ay3bZ
— Robert Barnes (@barnes_law) September 19, 2022
NEVER FORGET what they did to your children, your jobs, your family, your relationships……
— Graham Allen (@GrahamAllen_1) September 19, 2022
CBS News reported:
Mr. Biden’s comments came only a few weeks after his administration asked Congress for billions of dollars to maintain its testing and vaccination efforts.
The remark contradicts statements made by his own aides earlier this month, as they have urged Americans to seek out anahead of a feared fall and winter wave of the virus.
“The pandemic isn’t over. And we will remain vigilant, and of course, we continue to look for and prepare for unforeseen twists and turns,” Dr. Ashish Jha, the White House’s top COVID-19 official, told reporters on September 6.
COVID-19 deaths are still averaging around 400 a day nationwide, levels that federal health officials have decried as “still too high.”
Officials have also signaled that a public health emergency declaration for COVID-19 is expected to be renewed at least once more this year.
But COVID restrictions have been largely eliminated in the U.S. by local health departments and travel is back at pre-pandemic levels.