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After Abandoning War on COVID, Biden Backpedals; Appears to Copy Trump

'Omicron is a source of concern, but it should not be a source of panic... '

Since President Joe Biden abandoned his promise to “shut down the virus” by admitting that COVID-19 has “no federal solution,” the White House has frantically tried to walk back the statement, reported Post Millennial.

The White House’s Twitter account said that the federal government is supplying the states with equipment to contain and treat the virus.

The White House did not mention the most effective and least harmful COVID-19 treatments, including Remdesivir, Hydroxychloroquine, and Ivermectin.

Biden made the embarassing blunder at a meeting with the nation’s governors.

“Look, there is no federal solution,” Biden responded to a question Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson. “This gets solved at the state level.”

The White House’s Twitter account reiterated a message that Biden gave to the governors: the federal government will supply resources, but will not defeat the virus.

“My message to the governor is simple,” Biden told the National Governors Association. “If you need something, say something and we were going to have your back and any way we can.”
Hutchinson asked Biden to “make sure that we do not let federal solutions stand in the way of state solutions.”
In the same meeting, Biden reiterated the White House’s false and malicious claim that the unvaccinated will experience “a winter of severe illness and death,” though in less aggressive terms.
“Omicron is a source of concern, but it should not be a source of panic,” he said. “If you’re fully vaccinated, you get your booster shot, and you’re highly protected. If you’re unvaccinated, you’re at a high risk of getting severely ill from COVID-19 been hospitalized and a rare cases even dying.”
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