Biden asks Congress to fund NEW Covid vaccine, plans to recommend the new shot for everyone
· Aug 28, 2023 · NottheBee.com

On Friday, President Biden announced plans to ask Congress to fund a new and "improved" Covid-19 shot, indicating he would like to require everyone to take it, regardless of previous vaccination status.

Biden was asked while on vacation (he's always on vacation), about the new variants of Covid and the supposed "surge" cropping up at a convenient time headed into election season while Pfizer stock was dropping.

"Yes, I can," the president said. "I signed off this morning on a proposal we have to present to Congress a request for additional funding for a new vaccine that is necessary, that works."

He added, "Tentatively it is recommended that it will likely be recommended everybody get it no matter whether they've gotten it before or not."

A whole brand-new vaccine! For everyone!

Because the last one worked so well, why not just make a new one? And all we need is more of your taxpayer money. Pfizer obviously can't spare it themselves.

The Associated Press said officials are expecting an updated COVID-19 vaccine containing one version of the omicron strain called XBB.1.5.

The new vaccine is a change from today's combination shots, which mix the original coronavirus strain with last year's most common omicron variants.

They are already recommending an annual Covid shot, which is due in the fall, but even if you've gotten every single shot so far, this one is going to be the one to REALLY do the job.

The new booster program would come nearly a year after Biden declared the COVID-19 pandemic "over" in September 2022, though he said, "We're still doing a lot of work on it."

This is with the pandemic over. Imagine if the government had succeeded in controlling Big Tech and censoring its critics! How many shots would they require then?


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