Biden Team Predicting ‘Months and Months’ of Additional COVID Pain | Beaufort County Now | Brandon Morse of dissects the latest pronouncement from the Biden administration’s chief spokeswoman.

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Biden Team Predicting ‘Months and Months’ of Additional COVID Pain

Publisher's Note: This post appears here courtesy of the John Locke Foundation. The author of this post is Mitch Kokai.

    Brandon Morse of dissects the latest pronouncement from the Biden administration's chief spokeswoman.

  • They're never going to let you go.
  • The Biden administration is still coasting on the vaccine rollout developed by the Trump administration but according to Joe Biden's Press Secretary Jen Psaki, we're still in for "months and months" of suffering and sacrifice.
  • "We need to remain vigilant...It's still going to be months and months of sacrifice, of work, of suffering, unfortunately, in order to get through the pandemic," Psaki said during Monday's press briefing.
  • As of this writing, the vaccination rate in America is 1.7 million a day, making it the world leader. This rate alone does not indicate "months and months" of suffering and sacrifice are needed in order to make sure Americans will be safe from the pandemic.
  • Moreover, the additional precautions such as the "mask mandates" Psaki said are coming down the line aren't going to help the situation, especially when you have states like Florida showing up the rest of America with its thriving economy and a near-total absence of lockdown procedures or mask requirements. Meanwhile, states like California have nearly draconian measures and have a ruined economy and extensive infection rate.
  • What's the point of having months and months of sacrifice and suffering when we have the solution and the methods of how to get through this right in front of us? Why waste this much time, money, and effort?
  • It's unclear, and in the absence of particulars, the only good conclusion to come to is that what we're really dealing with isn't a virus, it's Democrat Party theatrics. Sadly, these theatrics are actually hurting people. As my colleague, Nick Arama, reported earlier today, during the same press conference, Psaki was asked to confirm whether or not New York Governor Andrew Cuomo was still the "gold standard" when it came to dealing with the Coronavirus.
  • Her answer was not to answer.


Latest Op-Ed & Politics

James Antle of the Washington Examiner highlights an interesting development among Republicans in Washington, D.C.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) spoke out on Sunday to say that he “could not disagree more with former President Trump regarding his support for President Biden’s withdrawal of all forces from Afghanistan against sound military advice.”
It didn’t take long after former Governor Pat McCrory announced his candidacy for the US Senate that Democrats and like-minded columnists started calling him a “failed politician” who “doesn’t stand for anything.”
Eight people were killed and seven were injured in Indianapolis late Thursday night after a gunman walked onto a FedEx ground facility property and started shooting, local authorities said early Friday morning.
We must prepare ahead of the actual need
N.C. Superior Court Judge David Lee, the presiding jurist in the decades-long Leandro lawsuit, said at a hearing Tuesday, April 13 that he won’t tell lawmakers how to spend money on public education.
The first order of business is to know what is going on in our schools
The Beaufort County Board of Elections is starting the process to acquire a new voting equipment system.
In touting his latest proposal to raise taxes on North Carolinians, Democratic state Sen. Wiley Nickel recently offered this claim


Lawmakers in the North Carolina House fast-tracked a bill today that would allow businesses that received Payroll Protection Program loans from the federal government to have any expenses the funds were used for deducted from state tax.
On Wednesday, former Vice-President Mike Pence, 61, had a pacemaker implanted after doctors determined his heart rate was too slow.
Joy Pullmann of the Federalist sees a clear motive for Big Tech companies to censor scientific evidence that contradicts the prevailing public narrative.
Leaders of the North Carolina High School Athletics Association are scheduled to testify before the newly created, Joint Legislative Commission on Governmental Operations Subcommittee on Interscholastic Athletic


Dems should have seen this coming. The right of self defense inalienable
Epidemiologists and infectious disease experts have consistently maintained that the risk of spread of the COVID-19 virus among young children is low.
Voters in North Carolina could decide next year to limit the governor’s emergency powers, under a proposed constitutional amendment filed Wednesday, April 14, in the N.C. House.
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla says people will “likely” need to take a third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine within 12 months of getting fully vaccinated and that many may need annual vaccinations against the virus.
A bill to expand the Opportunity Scholarship Program passed the N.C. House, 69-49, on Tuesday, April 13, following a floor debate that focused on accountability.


Back to Top