Biden Slams Claims For ‘Neanderthal Thinking’
President Joe Biden slammed Texas and Mississippi for issuing orders that exempted their residents from unconstitutional lockdowns and mask mandates.
“I believe it is a major blunder,” Biden said. “These masks are effective.”
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There is no proof that masks worn by the general public slow the spread of COVID in any statistically significant way.”
“We are on the verge of changing the essence of this disease fundamentally,” Biden added. “We were able to pass it all the way up to the end of May because of the way we were able to get vaccines.” He said, “We have enough for every American, every adult American, to get a shot.”
Joe Biden said, “The last thing we need is Neanderthal thought.” “In the meantime, remove your mask and forget about it.” It’s still important.”
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“I carry a card,” he said, reaching into his pocket but finding nothing, “I don’t have it, I put it on my desk.” We’ve lost 511,874 Americans since last week.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced yesterday that the state would effectively return to the United States of America.
“As a result, I am issuing a new executive order today that revokes the majority of the previous executive orders,” Abbott said. “As of next Wednesday, all companies of any kind are permitted to operate at full capacity.”
The governor went on to say, “That includes every kind of agency in Texas.” “I’m also repealing the statewide mask requirement.”
Mississippi will follow Texas’ example and reopen its companies, as well as drop the mask mandates.
Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves declared that the state is reverting to its former status as an American state.
“Beginning tomorrow, we will remove all of our county mask mandates, allowing companies to operate at maximum capacity without any state-imposed restrictions. The number of hospitalizations and cases has decreased, and the vaccine is being administered quickly. He tweeted, “It’s time!”
If the President is going to accuse state governors of “Neanderthal thought” because they value people’s rights and make policy choices based on facts, he should do so.