Another Brave Reporter Took Biden’s Gatekeeper And Showed Her Up BIG TIME!

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Previously, Jen Psaki slipped up with their PLANdemic. Completely exposing the Democrats on how are they making COVID more like a “political tool.”

Recently, Gov. Ron DeSantis and US Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) are blasting a new Biden Administration policy that suddenly cuts in half Florida’s access to monoclonal antibody treatments on grounds that there is a shortage of the treatments nationwide.

Monoclonal antibody treatments are antibody cocktails that if administered shortly after a COVID-19 diagnosis boost the immune system to battle the virus. The treatments are available free of charge and without a doctor’s order to anyone age 12 or older who is at high risk for severe COVID-19 illness. Since the first site opened in Florida in August, Gov. Ron DeSantis has credited the treatments with decreasing COVID-19-related hospitalizations by some 50 percent.

Currently, there are 25 state-run free clinic sites that offer treatments in the state. Treatment products are available through the federal government to state departments of health nationwide. According to figures from the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Florida was among seven Southern states responsible for 70 percent of orders for antibody treatment products in September so far.

This is just another propaganda by Joe Biden to draw out the criticism from GOP Governors who are now standing up against his unconstitutional mandates.

Seriously, this Jen Psaki has become a liability for Joe Biden, remember how is this administration attempting to get rid of Kamala Harris? They might just do it to Jen.

During yesterday’s WH presser, firey OANN reporter Emerald Robinson cornered Psaki about the move and had her so rattled that she did that bizarre nervous “thing” with her tongue.

You can watch the video below:

Jen’s creepy lizard-like tongue is already going out of her league.

Yikes!

Source: Wayne Dupree

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