Now that the Republicans have taken over the House, they are gutting Biden’s coronavirus operation.
For example, once the GOP took over, they got the Pentagon to remove the vaccine mandate placed on troops.
To avoid embarrassment, Biden is now trying to head McCarthy and the GOP off at the pass.
Eight months after starting the pandemic is over, Biden is going to announce on May 11, 2023, that the pandemic is over.
The announcement from Biden came as the House prepared to force Democrats to vote over ending the pandemic.
Rep. Thomas Massie, a Republican from Kentucky, tweeted “Republicans already getting results. This week we are voting to end the COVID emergency. In response, Biden announces HE IS going to end the COVID-19 emergency declarations. Now that Biden is trying to avoid embarrassment, how will democrats vote? What about the vax mandates?”
Republicans already getting results. This week we are voting to end the COVID emergency. In response, Biden announces HE IS going to end the COVID-19 emergency declarations. Now that Biden is trying to avoid embarrassment, how will democrats vote? What about vax mandates? https://t.co/WzotJu3ulG
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) January 30, 2023
According to ABC News, Biden informed Congress via a letter that on May 11, 2023, he will officially end the pandemic:
The Biden administration will end both the COVID-19 national emergency and public health emergency on May 11, the White House informed Congress on Monday night.
The current public health emergency is in place through April, while the national emergency is in place until March. They began in 2020, soon after the onset of the pandemic.
“At present, the Administration’s plan is to extend the emergency declarations to May 11, and then end both emergencies on that date. This wind down would align with the Administration’s previous commitments to give at least 60 days’ notice prior to termination of the PHE,” the administration wrote in a letter to Congress.
“To be clear, continuation of these emergency declarations until May 11 does not impose any restriction at all on individual conduct with regard to COVID-19,” the administration wrote. “They do not impose mask mandates or vaccine mandates. They do not restrict school or business operations. They do not require the use of any medicines or tests in response to cases of COVID-19.”
Biden is trying to avoid humiliation but it’s too late.
There is no reason to wait.
There is no reason to trust the Biden Regime.
We’re voting on my bill to end the COVID-19 National Emergency Declaration on Wednesday. https://t.co/TXhKlrLWdf
— Rep. Paul Gosar, DDS (@RepGosar) January 30, 2023