During remarks this week, Joe Biden demanded that people stop saying “inflammatory things” about COVID vaccinations and essentially telling people to follow what his administration is telling them to do.
“What leaders say matters in terms of people’s confidence in things they’re not sure about,” Biden began.
“And one of those areas — you saw what happened with regard to the crisis — health crisis that we had that cost us — we lost well over a million people,” Biden continued.
“And as time began to move on, you had more and more voices saying, “No, no, no. You don’t need to get that shot,” he said.
“You don’t need to be — get — you don’t need to.”
“We have a new strain of COVID now, and we have answers for it,” Biden contended.
“I just would urge those in public life and both political parties or no political party to be cautious about the ac- — the sometimes inflammatory things you say about this, because people’s lives are at stake.”
Biden: People must be "cautious" about giving divergent opinions on Covid pic.twitter.com/bDDqfTQHK8— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) September 27, 2023
Biden’s remarks came days after reports emerged that Anthony Fauci was secretly escorted into CIA and State Department meetings to influence the COVID-19 origins investigation.
The former chief medical advisor allegedly embarked upon a massive cover-up attempt for the notorious EcoHealth Alliance, the Chinese Communist Party, and the Wuhan Lab.
The National Pulse reported that Fauci is now said to have been “escorted into Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Headquarters–without a record of entry and participated in the analysis to ‘influence’ the Agency’s review” of COVID-19.
Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-Ohio), the head of the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic, said he had “concerning information” obtained by his panel in a letter sent to the inspector general of the Department of Health and Human Services.
“The information provided suggests that Dr. Fauci was escorted into Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Headquarters — without a record of entry — and participated in the analysis to ‘influence’ the Agency’s review,” Wenstrup said.
Meanwhile, Karine Jean-Pierre said Joe Biden received his COVID-19 booster shot in private because “we thought we needed to get that done.”
Last month, Republican Senator Rand Paul escalated his criminal referral on Fauci after the Biden DOJ failed to act.
“Because of the DOJ’s inaction regarding Fauci’s lies to Congress, I’ve now sent a criminal referral to DC US Attorney Matthew Graves. I’m demanding an investigation.”
Because of the DOJ’s inaction regarding Fauci’s lies to congress, I’ve now sent a criminal referral to D.C. U.S. Attorney Matthew Graves. I’m demanding an investigation. Read the full letter here: https://t.co/HLEySLgfkv pic.twitter.com/ih2b7pgcqm— Senator Rand Paul (@SenRandPaul) August 8, 2023
Last week, The Biden administration announced it was relaunching a website that allows people to order free COVID-19 tests just over a month after a TSA whistleblower claimed the government was preparing to enforce full COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions.
The Biden Department of Health and Human Services announced it will invest $600 million in a dozen domestic manufacturers to increase the production of COVID-19 tests.
“Manufacturing COVID-19 tests in the United States strengthens our preparedness for the upcoming fall and winter seasons, reduces our reliance on other countries, and provides good jobs to hardworking Americans,” Dawn O’Connell, the assistant HHS secretary for preparedness and response, said Wednesday.
Last month, a “high level” TSA official warned memorandums and policies to start restricting, including mask wearing.
The policies would reinstate the mask mandate for TSA and airport employees.
The TSA whistleblower claimed that mask-wearing would be mandated for pilots, passengers, crew, and all airport patrons.
Earlier in September, two California high schools canceled football games because of COVID-19 cases among students, according to reports.
Sparto High School near Sacramento said it canceled a game after six players tested positive for COVID-19.