It was widely believed that Trump was going to cruise to re-election in early 2020. The economy was roaring, and the Democrats’ absurd efforts to impeach him failed to kill his momentum.
But when the pandemic hit, there were massive changes to election laws, many of which were done illegally, and many say the changes made our elections more susceptible to fraud.
However, the pandemic is essentially over now, and Democrats are heading into the 2022 midterms in a terribly weak position. Many expect a political bloodbath.
But does the White House have a trick up its sleeve?
On Sunday, Dr. Ashish Jha, the White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator, claimed on ABC’s This Week that the White House anticipates a surge of COVID-19 cases this fall and winter.
Dr. Jha explained to host Martha Raddatz that the White House is indeed “planning for a variety of scenarios including a wave of infection this fall and winter.”
“Now the serpent was more crafty than any other beast of the field that the Lord God had made …” Genesis 3:1
The White House is planning for a possible fall surge by ensuring both a “new generation” of vaccines and access to treatment and testing, but Congress needs to pass the funding first, Dr. Ashish Jha tells @MarthaRaddatz. https://t.co/0iO7RRqvmt pic.twitter.com/Qv1Gg9syRt
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) May 22, 2022
This echoes an earlier report that the Biden administration is anticipating a new wave of COVID cases, and seems to be pushing masking again.
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