Biden decided that the COVID-19 pandemic is officially over

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Biden decided that the COVID-19 pandemic is officially over

September 24, 2022 - 08:00
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We have great news to share with you. This week President Biden decided that the COVID-19 pandemic is officially over!

Unless you happen to be a member of the armed services that is – as the Biden administration continues to kick tens of thousands of healthy service members out of the military with his jab-or-job mandate.

And curiously, President Biden is requesting another $22.4 billion in emergency pandemic relief – for a pandemic that he just told us no longer exists.

Much like the Center for Disease Control (CDC) who has become infamous for their ability to flip-flop on pandemic guidance at a moment’s notice, it seems as if the Biden administration changes their mind on whether or not we are in a pandemic depending on if it suits their needs at the time.

When it comes to our southern border and utilizing Title 42 authority to expel migrants on public health grounds – the pandemic is over. However, when it comes to transferring massive amounts of student loan debt to the taxpayers, the pandemic is still in full swing.

Interesting how that works.

Two and a half years of lockdowns, unconstitutional mandates, and almost $5 trillion spent, it’s time to say enough is enough.

That’s why today I sent a letter along with my colleague Rep. Lauren Boebert (CO-03) to our House and Senate leadership urging them to reject any additional COVID-19 spending in the stopgap government funding bill that could be coming up for a vote as early as next week.

Because despite what his handlers may say, I think the President had it right, the pandemic is over and that should be something we can all celebrate.

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Democrats saw a weak congress and decided to buy votes, with our grandchildren's money, which is an almost patented solution for them.

President Trump told us that the cost of the solution must not exceed the benefit, he was right and we had no idea how right.

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