Biden, the anti-freedom president jeopardizes thousands of people's health in the name of equity

Updated: Dec 28, 2021

If they'll not help, if these governors won't help us beat the pandemic, I'll use my power as president to get them out of the way. [Joe Biden]

It wasn't long ago when we saw Joe Biden threaten governors and mock individuals concerned about freedom. Now, he has taken radical action. Many won't have access to thousands of lifesaving monoclonal antibody treatments for COVID-19. This is occurring in several states.


Biden (or his handlers) sent a tweet, "Republican governors in states like Texas and Florida are doing everything they can do to undermine the public health requirements that keep people safe. They're playing politics with the lives of their citizens, especially children. I refuse to give in to it."

Out of the 72,000 doses of monoclonal antibody treatments Florida needed, the Biden Regime sent 30,950 doses. Even when there is no shortage of supply Biden's Regime reduced the number provided. A Newsmax reported Emerald Robinson asked Psaki to explain why this was the case also highlighting,



And this is just not for unvaccinated people. In South Florida half the people who are seeking this treatment are fully vaccinated, so why is the Biden Administration cutting these supplies?

Psaki insists that people should just get vaccinated. This ignores the fact that breakthrough cases are rampant and some individuals can't get vaccinated due to medical and religious exemptions. The justification of "equitable" outcomes proposed could results in the deaths of many, vaccinated or not. To me this appears to be retaliation not against governors as promised by Taliban Joe but instead rallies against the people.


Equity does not mean treating everybody equally. It's designed to treat people differently in attempt to level the playing field. In 2019 Joe Rogan discussed this concept with Tim Pool on the Joe Rogan Podcast.




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