The unofficial president-elect Joe Biden, a major proponent of mask-wearing, said in an interview last Tuesday with NBC (a few days before breaking his foot allegedly when playing with his dog), “I think it’s critically important. I think it’s a patriotic responsibility to wear a mask, to socially distance.”

In a speech he delivered last Wednesday, Biden talked about the fight for the “soul” of the country and spoke about the dangers of the country sinking into coronavirus fatigue.

Clearly playing the COVID War card – a war, as with the many others the people obediently march off to – he said, “I know the country is grown weary of the fight… We need to remember we’re at war with the virus, not with one another, not with each other.”

As with other leaders who take their nations to war with no exit strategies, Biden promised that America is “not going to lose this war.”

Ignoring the facts and not providing a scintilla of hard data or scientific evidence, he said the calls to social distance and wear masks were not based on the politics of the hour, rather scientific fact. He said that “every one of them is based on science, real science.” 

Yet newspapers, such as The New York Times, which reported on this event, as with others media outlets, never asked for or demanded the evidence to support his statements. 

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Mr. Biden has said he intends to get the U.S. back in position to “lead the world,” while he introduced his cabinet nominees, all of whom held lower positions during the Obama presidency.

“It’s a team that reflects the fact that America is back, ready to lead the world, not retreat from it. Once again sit at the head of the table. Ready to confront our adversaries and not reject our allies. Ready to stand up for our values,” he said.

TREND FORECAST: As Gerald Celente has forecast in his Trend in The News videos and in numerous interviews over the past weeks, a Biden White House would closely resemble the Obama administration.

Indeed, many of Biden’s cabinet and high staff picks to date were members of the Obama White House. Key among them – enforcing his pledge to “lead the world” – Biden selected Anthony Blinken, with his “go-to-war against Libya, Syria, and Yemen” track record, as his Secretary of State.

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