Watch Biden Squirm When Asked About Covid-Positive Illegals

The thing that has so many Americans mistrusting pandemic information is how Democrats wield the rules like a political war hammer. While the nation faces another potential forced lockdown, the Biden administration continues to bus covid-positive illegals around the nation. The message is convoluted, to say the least.

As more and more migrants illegally cross the border, Democrats have forced taxpayers to house and bus them across the nation. Many reports have shown that the majority of these migrants are unvaccinated and many are even covid positive. When pressed to answer for his ignorant logic, Joe Biden did a backflip to avoid the topic entirely:

“You just said there is no wall high enough and no ocean wide enough to protect us from the virus,” Fox News’s Peter Doocy asked. “So what is the thinking behind letting untested and unvaccinated migrants across the southern border into U.S. cities in record numbers?”

Biden responded by saying that he has not rescinded an order urging migrants who are unvaccinated to go back across the border which was not part of Doocy’s question.

“We have not withdrawn the order that is sometimes — criticized saying that unvaccinated people should go back across the border,” Biden said, adding that unaccompanied children are a “different story.”


Biden has received growing pressure to correct his insane border policies but continues to ignore them. Meanwhile, the nation hits a 4th wave of Covid cases. Even Democrats are pushing Biden to act:

Congressman Henry Cuellar (D) sounded off Wednesday to Fox News amid dueling illegal immigration and pandemic crises in his border county district.

“[W]hen Border Patrol drops folks off at a charity, the charity gets overloaded and then they drop [the migrants] off at a hotel without telling the local officials,” Cuellar said. “That’s not right. The charity needs to tell the local officials especially if there are COVID-positive.”

“It’s not fair to by local communities, people being released there that might have COVID-19,” Cuellar continued. “We need to just make sure that we communicate with each other … What I’m asking of the Biden administration is to do a pause.

“Do a pause. They need to prioritize border communities, they need to prioritize the men and women of DHS. They need to prioritize our border communities and DHS.”

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