I thought COVID was “over”…

TheGunner

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U.S. President Joe Biden will request $11.7 billion in emergency funding from Congress to provide lethal aid and budget support to Ukraine, and $22.4 billion for COVID-19 relief ahead of a potential fall case surge, the White House said on Friday.

 
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He actually said the pandemic was over, not COVID. I know it’s all the same to you when looking for something to bitch about, but it’s not.
FWIW is was still a dumb thing to say by Biden.
Honest question. Aren’t you back to 100% normal life?
 

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He actually said the pandemic was over, not COVID. I know it’s all the same to you when looking for something to bitch about, but it’s not.
FWIW is was still a dumb thing to say by Biden.
Why do we need $22.4B spending in “COVID-19 RELIEF” if the pandemic is over
 
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U.S. President Joe Biden will request $11.7 billion in emergency funding from Congress to provide lethal aid and budget support to Ukraine, and $22.4 billion for COVID-19 relief ahead of a potential fall case surge, the White House said on Friday.

We don't need to reduce our spending. Inflation is over.
 

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Yes, the government has spent billions fighting cancer and influenza.
I’ll need to see some data supporting your innuendo. Yes, the government spends money (Medicaid & Medicare) on all health issues. How is this different? Why does the government need to earmark specifically for COVID, now that the pandemic is over?
 
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It won’t end until the scumbag bureaucrats have milked every cent out of it that they can. Once that’s done, then it will go back to being called the flu