'Winter of Death': Biden Vilifies Unvaccinated in Covid Plan Address (Video)

Joe Biden’s plan fails to address prophylactics and early treatment, and does not even mention monoclonal antibodies.

The Biden team has unveiled a Covid plan in anticipation of a surge of hospitalizations in the coming months. Joe Biden discussed the plan in a nationwide address on Tuesday that devolved into a rant about the failure of his horrific Build Back Better Scam before Biden wandered off.


The strategy includes federal government expansion of hospitals, massive testing and amped-up vaccinations and intense vilification of unvaccinated citizens. The White House Covid plan does not mention prophylactics and early treatment, and does not even mention monoclonal antibodies.


Biden’s speech comes as Covid Czar Jeff Zients raised eyebrows with an outrageous statement he made during a press briefing regarding a “winter of severe illness and death” directed at unvaccinated Americans:


We are intent on not letting Omicron disrupt work and school for the vaccinated. You’ve done the right thing, and we will get through this.


For the unvaccinated, you’re looking at a winter of severe illness and death for yourselves, your families, and the hospitals you may soon overwhelm.


It is this author’s opinion that the focus on the so-called Omicron variant is strategic. While a seasonal surge was expected before Omicron, Biden and his allies are preparing citizens for the narrative that unvaccinated citizens are responsible for the surge. In other words, Biden and his team are setting up the fake claim that unvaccinated citizens are responsible for new variants, such as Omicron.


The plan was foreshadowed earlier this month, as Jeff Zients said Biden was “pulling out all the stops” in his plan to target the coronavirus. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki and Zients also both publicly said that vaccine mandates for domestic travel is “on the table.”


The White House Covid plan should be rejected outright by all states, who should ensure that monoclonal antibodies are available for anyone who tests positive or is exposed to the coronavirus.

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