Biden FAILS Hard – Gas Price Shock News – Sick Death Toll News

1) President Biden’s virus response is failing – and he can’t do a thing about it

Candidate Joe Biden’s fib was that he could “beat” a global virus. President Biden’s mistake was to swallow his own whopper. Welcome to the Biden virus quagmire.

If there’s one thing a weary world has realized, it’s that there’s no beating a highly transmissible respiratory disease. Vaccines prevent serious disease, but they don’t stop transmission. No amount of masking, social distancing or locking down has stopped the surges of the past six months, including in states like Michigan and New Mexico, which boasted about their restrictions. The virus doesn’t follow executive orders.

But the Biden administration hasn’t worked this out. The White House has instead created for itself a toxic COVID loop. With each new surge it rolls out more restrictions and actions. With each failure of these measures to beat the virus, the public loses faith. Cue yet more administration rules that are designed to restore confidence, even as they are destined both to fail and to annoy the country.

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2) Biden is intentionally raising gas prices.

President Joe Biden is in a bit of a pickle.

On the one hand, voters have a well-established history of punishing presidents and their political parties when the price of gas goes up. On the other hand, Biden and his climate-alarmist allies actually do want the price of gas to go up.

The trick is to figure out ways to both force the price of gas to go higher while also making it seem like you are doing the opposite. That is exactly what Biden tried to do last week when he released 50 million gallons from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve on Tuesday, only to turn around and raise fees on domestic energy producers on Friday.

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3) Jen Psaki ignores Biden’s damning claim – and his sickening death toll

White House press secretary Jen Psaki refused to discuss previous remarks from President Biden about former President Trump which claimed “anyone who is responsible” for so many COVID-19 deaths should “not remain” in the White House.

During a campaign debate last fall, Biden took a jab at then-President Trump for the 220,000 COVID-19 deaths in America, claiming that “anyone who is responsible for that many deaths should not remain as President of the United States of America.”

Now, as nearly 780,000 American lives have been lost due to COVID-19, Psaki was asked by Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy whether that is “still the standard now that more Americans have died under President Biden than President Trump.”

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