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Letter: Liberals continue to flip-flop on COVID-19 policy

Nevis, Minn. resident Tom Kovach writes that COVID-19 has Democrats flip-flopping on their policies.

Letter to the editor FSA

Remember when Pres. Joe Biden was running for office and supposedly got elected last year? He kept promising to not shut down America, rather to shut down the COVID-19 virus. "I will not shut down America!" he shouted, "I'm going to shut down the virus!"

Talk is cheap and reality is cruel sometimes. Just the opposite has happened and even Biden now admits it.

Remember when CNN had a daily death total on their screen of people dying from COVID-19? When the deaths under Biden exceeded those under former Pres. Donald Trump, the CNN body count came to an abrupt halt.

There are no easy answers when it comes to battling this Chinese lab-induced menace. Look at how many times Sir Anthony Fauci has flip-flopped. Even this so-called scientific genius is still confused, although listening to the liberal media, you'd never know it.

Sometimes in his few lucid moments, Biden realizes just what a horrible situation China has put America and the world into. A divided America under Biden is fighting a very tough opponent that is dividing us even more.


Tom Kovach is a resident of Nevis, Minn.

This letter does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Forum's editorial board nor Forum ownership.

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