Congressman Andy Biggs says Biden admin seeks control, to make unvaccinated into an other in society
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The White House as of late told the unvaccinated they were taking a gander at a colder time of year of extreme sickness and demise!
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PHOENIX, ARIZ – President Biden's reaction to the Covid has been equipped towards control and criticizing the unvaccinated, Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., told Fox News Digital on Monday.
Biggs' remarks came later the White House offered a striking message Friday for unvaccinated Americans.
"For the unvaccinated, you're taking a gander at a colder time of year of serious sickness and passing for yourselves, your families and the emergency clinics you may before long overpower," White House advisor to the president Jeffrey Zients said.
Gotten some information about those remarks, Biggs said: "It gets to the thought of what this has been about and it's with regards to control. Biden needs control. Along these lines, his flunkies, as Fauci was on saying from now into the foreseeable future, you must wear a cover on the planes everlastingly… This sort of unbelievable lead is a technique to attempt to make an 'other' to make individuals to detest, to make individuals to shun, that permits them to guarantee control."
"As far as I might be concerned, it is improper, it's nauseating, and it is totally nauseating to me that the leader of the United States would attempt to criticize individuals who are attempting just to practice a medical services decision," he proceeded.
President Biden talks about the COVID-19
Variation named omicron, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, Monday, Nov. 29, 2021, in Washington. As Dr. Anthony Fauci, overseer of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases tunes in.
President Biden is relied upon to address the country on the Covid on Tuesday. In September, he told the unvaccinated: "We've been patient, however our understanding is wearing ragged."
Up to this point, there have been around 51 million U.S.
Instances of COVID-19 and 803,000 passings, as per the Centers for Disease Control. The White House didn't quickly react to Fox News' solicitation for input.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mark-gowz/support