President Biden is relying on a pandemic sequel to rescue Democrats

The country is divided on who really won the 2020 election. 

However, any honest observer has to admit pandemic policies during the election tilted the odds in favor of Joe Biden and the Democrats. 

Now with things looking grim for the Democrat Party in the 2022 Midterms, President Joe Biden is relying on a pandemic sequel to rescue his party. 

Throwing a monkey wrench into the 2022 Midterms

With every indicator currently suggesting a Red Wave is coming in the November Midterm elections, Democrats may have finally found their salvation – monkeypox. 

COVID policies undoubtedly assisted Democrats in the 2020 election cycle. 

Last-minute changes to voting rules, mass mailed mail-in ballots, unmanned ballot drop boxes, ballot harvesting by shadowy non-profit organizations, extended voting dates, and more all opened the door to potential widespread election fraud.

Now, Newsmax is reporting that the Biden White House is currently considering a declaration of monkeypox as a national emergency. 

For those keeping track, that’s a third emergency President Biden is considering, as he’s also debating emergency declarations for abortion “rights” and climate change. 

Just days ago, World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus overruled his board of health experts to declare monkeypox a global emergency. 

California and Illinois have now joined New York in declaring monkeypox an emergency. 

If Biden were to do the same thing, nationwide, it would give his administration the authority to institute similar restrictions and policies Americans suffered through during COVID. 

Meanwhile, the President has selected his monkeypox coordinator – think, Anthony Fauci for COVID, but for an STD instead. 

The new Fauci

Reuters is reporting President Biden has appointed two top federal officials to coordinate his administration’s response to monkeypox. 

Those two officials are Robert Fenton, a FEMA regional administrator, and Demetre Daskalakis, CDC’s HIV prevention chief. 

Fenton will serve as White House monkeypox coordinator, while Daskalakis will act as his deputy coordinator.

According to Reuters, the Biden monkeypox response includes making sure there is “equitably increasing the availability of tests, vaccinations and treatments.” 

The Biden White House is estimating $7 billion to combat the monkeypox STD.

A state of emergency?

Monkeypox is almost entirely avoidable by simply not having unprotected gay sex with men you don’t know. 

According to the WHO’s own numbers, 98% of verified monkeypox cases came from men having sex with men. 

Furthermore, the pure number of cases in the U.S. and across the globe don’t scream, “emergency.” 

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reports there are only 5,800 cases of the sexual transmitted disease here in America. 

And worldwide the number of cases is only about 18,000 – outside of Africa, where monkeypox originated and has long been endemic. 

There have so far been just two reported deaths related to monkeypox. 

Neither of those fatalities happened in the United States. 

Should the U.S. declare a state of emergency for monkeypox?