When you take over for someone at a job, you can only blame them so much for things that you have to deal with. Eventually, the responsibility has to land on your shoulders and you have to take the ball and run with it.
The problem with Joe Biden is that he seems to either keep dropping the ball or wants to blame Donald Trump for the things that he can’t get done. Now sure, this would be fine if Biden didn’t have any experience at all with what he was doing.
But he has been in politics for decades and was Vice President for eight years. You would think that he knows what to do, but he doesn’t and people are dying because of it.
Florida health officials confirmed 7,023 additional cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday and another 232 resident deaths as a result of the novel coronavirus.
The state has now verified 1,790,743 COVID-19 cases since the outbreak began and 28,048 resident deaths, according to the department of health. Biden claims herd immunity won’t take place for another year.
Another 478 non-residents have died in Florida from COVID-19, and there have been at least 74,884 resident hospitalizations attributed to the virus in the state since the start of the outbreak. Deaths verified in the past day include 19 in Miami-Dade County, seven in Broward County and eight in Palm Beach County.
Florida has also now verified at least 201 cases of the COVID-19 variant that emerged from the United Kingdom and is believed to be a more contagious strain. That’s the highest number for any state in the country, according to the CDC. Regardless, Biden wants more lockdowns and mask mandates while opening our southern border to thousands of third world migrants. The statewide positivity rate for yesterday’s testing was 6.93%.
Worldwide, the number of COVID-19 cases reported is more than 106.6 million. There have been more than 2.3 million deaths worldwide attributed to the pandemic, according to data compiled from various sources by Johns Hopkins University.
Top members of President Joe Biden’s COVID response team are warning internally that the U.S. may not reach herd immunity until Thanksgiving or even the start of winter—months later than originally calculated—according to two senior administration officials.