The more we learn about the Biden response to Covid over these past 12 months (remember he famously promised to “shut down the virus,”) the more we learn of a bungled and incompetent operation that cost lives.
This from the Wall Street Journal on where all the $1.9 trillion of Covid money went from the “urgent” bill that passed through Congress (without a single Republican vote) and was signed into law by Biden:
Why didn’t [the Biden administration] order more treatments sooner?
That’s an especially good question given that the stated purpose of Democrats’ $1.9 trillion spending bill last March was Covid relief. Yet less than 1% of the spending was allocated for therapies. About as much money was given last year to New York’s financially ailing transit system as the Administration spent procuring Covid therapies. The result: A persistent treatment shortage and countless preventable deaths.