(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) Although President Joe Biden declared in a 60 Minutes interview on Sunday that the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic was finally over, his administration proceeded on Thursday to order 100 million at-home test kids, an early sign that COVID-19 theater has not yet gone, the Epoch Times reported.
As the Biden administration requests more pandemic funding and adds tests to the Strategic National Stockpile, the media’s censorship surrounding the illness and the dangerous shots has increased—as well as its reporting on new variants, according to the American First Report.
The White House said it wants Congress to appropriate another $22.4 billion in emergency COVID-19 funding, part of which will be used to purchase tests from domestic manufacturers.
“While insufficient to adequately replenish our existing stockpile of at-home tests, this procurement will help meet some testing needs in the months ahead and will put us in a better position to manage a potential increase in testing demand this fall and winter,” the White House said in a statement.
The test-kit stockpile, censorship and variant reporting shows that the White House is preparing to launch another case-demic, in which positive test results drive the narrative, even if the illness causes little harm to everyone except elderly and immunocompromised patients.
As of Sept. 2, COVIDTests.gov stopped offering free tests to all Americans, and the White House has used that pause to justify further spending. As soon as Congress appropriates more than $20 billion, the White House will deliver the free tests again, causing cases to spike.
In addition to the emergency orders that the pandemic affords for Democrats concerned about the November midterm election, climate change may help explain the Biden administration’s renewed interest in COVID-19.
To reach the Great Reset and turn off carbon-based electricity sources, globalists need a massive crisis. The World Economic Forum admitted that pandemic-related lockdowns will help prepare the world for climate lockdowns.