White House Won’t Reveal Biden Test Info

Joe Biden met with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau just days before the Canadian leader said that he tested positive for COVID.

Despite that, the White House will not admit Biden’s recent test results or even reveal if he’s taken A COVID test since coming in contact with Trudeau.

The White House is subscribing to Nancy Pelosi’s theory on COVID laws.

Meant for thee (American public), not for me.

Remember when Nancy was caught in a hair salon maskless during the same pandemic she was demanding everyone in California clear the streets for?

American voters sure do, and they’re sick of it.

The White House says they don’t have to tell us anything because Biden isn’t being defined as a “close contact” by the CDC.

“If he were a close contact as defined by the CDC, we would update his testing cadence accordingly and share that with you transparently,” Karine Jean-Pierre said.

Apparently meeting with a confirmed positive case of COVID doesn’t make you a close contact.

If you’re a liberal lawmaker at least.

Source: Washington Examiner

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