G. McConway
September 20, 2022

Wall Street Journal Slams Biden for COVID Comments

The Wall Street Journal finally stepped out and is calling bullsh#@ on Joe Biden.

After Biden declared that the pandemic was over, the editorial board of the paper slammed him.

They hit the nail on the head saying that Biden is trying to have it both ways regarding COVID.

Both Ways

The editorial board of WSJ wrote, "President Biden finally dared to say it on Sunday, declaring in an interview on CBS's '60 Minutes' that the 'pandemic is over.' Various public-health eminences say he's wrong, but his comments recognize the reality of the disease at this stage and the public mood.

"The trouble is that his Administration still hasn't lifted its official finding of a Covid public-health emergency."

The WHO and the CDC still have the pandemic listed as a public health crisis.

That does not even take into account the spending spree that Biden is on and wants to continue in the name of COVID.

The board concluded, "Mr. Biden seems to want it both ways. He wants to reassure Americans tired of restrictions on their way of life that the pandemic is over, and they can get on with their lives.

"But he wants to retain the official emergency so he can continue to expand the welfare state and force states to comply.

"Covid can't be an emergency only when it's politically useful."

Biden recently asked Congress for another $20 billion for COVID, which is utterly ridiculous.

Hundreds of billions are still sitting on the sidelines from the last piece of legislation.

The Department of Education has more than $100 billion in unused funds.

WSJ finally got it right… and it surely will not sit well with Biden.

Source: Fox News

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