Biden: U.S. Will “In All Probability” See More COVID Restrictions
The White House can’t seem to keep their COVID-19 messaging consistent.
After weeks of pushing Delta variant hysteria, the administration lashed out at the media for amplifying it, perhaps because they realized the hysteria was backfiring on both their credibility, and poll numbers due to the perceived threat of future lockdowns. Within a 24-hour period Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre went from saying more lockdowns would be possible if “the science” (whatever that is) suggested it was necessary, and then “clarified” there would be no new lockdowns after public backlash.
As lockdowns are apparently off the table, Biden is now saying that other restrictions are on the table that technically don’t count as lockdowns. As he headed to Camp David, CBS News asked if he expected more mandates to be imposed. “In all probability,” Biden responded. “By the way, we had a good day yesterday. Almost a million people got vaccinated, about half a million of those people for the first time or for their second shot. So I am hopeful that people are beginning to realize how essential it is to move.”
Given that Biden often struggles to get through sentences, the prospects are bleak that we’ll get any clear messaging on what to actually expect specifically regarding potential future restrictions.
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