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Senate Votes to End COVID-19 Emergency, Biden Threatens Veto

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On Friday, the Biden Administration extended the COVID-19 public health emergency until at least April 2023.

Public health officials renewed COVID fearmongering and said to prepare for another surge this winter.

There is no COVID-19 emergency.

The Biden regime keeps extending the emergency declaration to abuse unconstitutional emergency powers.

The declaration allows the US to grant emergency authorizations for drugs, vaccines, and other medical countermeasures.

On Tuesday, the U.S. Senate voted to terminate the national health emergency declared in 2020 in response to the COVID-19 plandemic.

The Senate voted 62-36 to to rescind the emergency declaration.

13 Democrats voted in favor.

It now goes to the House of Representatives.

However, it’s unknown if the House will consider the proposed resolution.

Joe Biden has threatened to veto any legislation passed by Congress to rescind the national emergency declaration.

According to the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB), revoking the emergency declaration would weaken federal response to future COVID-19 outbreaks.

“Preserving our ability to respond is more important than ever as we head into the winter, when respiratory illnesses such as Covid-19 typically spread more easily,” the statement said.

“Strengthened by the ongoing declaration of national emergency, the federal response to Covid-19 continues to save lives, improve health outcomes, and support the American economy.

In other words, the executive branch still clings to unchecked authoritarianism.

Reuters noted:

President Joe Biden would veto a proposed U.S. Senate resolution that would terminate a national emergency declared in 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the White House said on Tuesday.

Republican U.S. Senator Roger Marshall in September called for a vote to end the emergency declaration after Biden told CBS News in an interview that the pandemic was “over.”

The White House later walked back Biden’s comments, saying there had been no change in the administration’s COVID-19 policy.

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