Biden’s ‘second pandemic’ warning, cryptic comments set Twitter on fire

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President Joe Biden is proof that pandemics come and go, but fearmongering from liberals is forever as he torched Twitter by proclaiming that the government needs more money because a second plague is fast approaching.

Biden made the comments during a Q & A session with reporters addressing COVID vaccines for children under 5 years old. Once again, he gave a cryptic response to a question that probably meant one thing but was perceived as a threat.

A reporter asked about what level of spending the U.S. government is willing to undertake in order to manufacture and distribute more vaccines and maintain the infrastructure necessary to combat COVID even though it has mutated into a less lethal form of the virus. The question follows the CDC and FDA approving the jab for children as young as 6 months old.

“I know you’re looking for more money from Congress for this vaccine campaign and for COVID funding going into the fall,” the reporter stated. “How much of the supply of vaccines for these small children is there and how many of the nation’s kids will you be able to get vaccinated before you need more money from Congress?”

“We’ll get through at least this year,” he responded. “We do need more money. But we don’t just need more money for vaccines for children eventually. We need more money to plan for the second pandemic.”

There will always be some form of a pandemic in the cards, but the president made it sound imminent, whether by design or by gaffe is yet to be seen.

“There’s going to be another pandemic. We have to think ahead,” Biden explosively asserted.

“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,” the president charged, laying the groundwork for wanting ever-increasing amounts of money, using fear as a weapon to bludgeon Americans while blaming former President Trump in the process.

People were not surprised by Biden’s prediction of another pandemic just ahead of the midterm and presidential elections.

News contributor and New York Post writer Miranda Devine said as much by tweeting, “Right in time for 2024.”

“Biden said he needed more money to deal with a second pandemic. What did he mean by this?” conservative commentator Ian Miles Cheong asked.

“Here’s the Biden Administration telling us they are planning to hold another pandemic, almost as if they can control the disease. 3 weeks ago, Fauci announced it would occur in the fall … which corresponds perfectly with the midterm election,” radio host Tara Servatius noted.

“Sounds like a threat,” The Federalist CEO Sean Davis bluntly commented.

Bloomberg cited a senior official last week who said that the Biden administration would soon announce a renewed “biodefense strategy” to improve America’s pandemic response.

The president’s proposed budget for 2023 suggests allocating approximately $82 billion over five years toward preparing for biological threats.

One of its primary goals is to create an environment where the U.S. can manufacture effective vaccines and treatments for a pathogen within 100 days of its discovery. The money would also ostensibly go toward boosting healthcare infrastructure and expanding research to identify potential threats.

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