Biden Mocked After Making Announcement Related to COVID


President Joe Biden was blasted after his administration made an announcement about ending the COVID-19 emergency.

White House reporter for The Associated Press Seung Min Kim tweeted on Monday, “President Biden to end COVID-19 emergency declarations on May 11 as US adjusts to living with virus.”

Biden received criticism from several on the platform, with Sen. Eric Schmitt (R-Mo.) tweeting, “This is beyond stupid. End the ridiculous virtue signaling now.”

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Podcast host Philip Holloway wrote, “Because ’emergencies’ operate on a schedule, we can plan 4 months in advance for them to end,” followed by clown emojis.

Rep. Lisa McClain (R-MI) said she “can’t wait to see the ‘science’ that says we must wait until May 11th to end the emergency declaration. I’m waiting on pins and needles.”

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Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) argued, “Ending the COVID-19 Emergency Declaration probably should have happened a long time ago. To say we are still in an emergency, and will be until May, is stretching the word ’emergency’ tremendously.”

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A senior Democratic aide told CNN the White House weighed in on the issue because House Democrats were worried about voting against the legislation put forth by Republicans to put an end to the public health emergency.

“Democrats were concerned about the optics of voting against Republicans winding down the public health emergency, absent an understanding of whether and how we intended to do so from the White House,” the aide said.

They added, “As soon as we saw this bill, it obviously concerns the White House. So, it was important for them to weigh in.”

The White House made it clear in a statement that the “continuation of these emergency declarations until May 11 does not impose any restriction at all on individual conduct with regard to COVID-19.”

According to the administration, they “do not impose mask mandates or vaccine mandates. They do not restrict school or business operations. They do not require the use of any medicines or tests in response to cases of COVID-19.”

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