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Biden Lets Cat out of the Bag About the ‘Second Pandemic’: “We are in process of making up my mind”

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There are many concerns since Joe Biden seems to be saying the quiet part loud frequently lately.

He made a telling comment the other day about who is making up his mind when he was asked about China tariffs. He replied, “We are in the process of making up my mind.” He implied he was waiting for the go-ahead from someone else, saying he was “prepared to sign it and I’m ready to go.”

That of course raised questions about who is controlling him and who’s making the decision there. Then when he was pressed on gas prices his response was this was good because “we have a chance here to make a fundamental turn toward renewable energy, electric vehicles, and not just luxury vehicles, but across the board.” So if you suffer, just remember it’s for the common good of Our Dear Leader’s climate goals.

I’m not sure what he’s on lately, but today he let more cats out of the bag, and the way he said it made it much weirder. When asked about the vaccines for children under the age of five, he replied that he would be asking Congress for more funding for those. But he said that they also required extra money for a different reason, according to Bloomberg.

“We need more money to plan for the second pandemic. There’s going to be another pandemic,” Biden said. “We have to think ahead. And that’s not something the last outfit did very well. That’s something we’ve been doing fairly well. That’s why we need the money.”

I don’t know about you, but to me, that didn’t seem like “we need more to plan for any eventuality in the future,” it sounded like he knew a “second” pandemic was on the way and that they were preparing for it. He is saying that it will happen, not that it might. So what does he know about this? Can we expect that it will conveniently come right before the midterm elections?

Of course, he always looks for reasons to spend our money.

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