[Watch] Biden Supporter Turns On Him — What Happens Next Stuns Everyone

By almost any metric, President Biden has disappointed Americans during his short time in office. Even many of his supporters from last November are now coming to regret their choice.

Natalya Murakhver is one of those very folks, and she went to Fox News this week to talk about her concerns about Biden’s plans.

“When I think about what has been done to America’s children, or actually not done, it breaks my heart,” Murakhver said.

“I think we are around 274 days into his first term, and we still have masking, restricting and just removing every freedom our children had. He promised that schools would open and our children would go back within 100 days, and we are way past that point.”

According to The AP, Biden stated on Dec. 8, 2020, that he would restart “most of schools” within the initial 100 days of his White House. He also promised he would force Americans to use masks for 100 days, implying that after this time, the masks would come off.

While most schools in the nation are now reopened, many are still enforcing ridiculously restrictions, including having children wear masks well beyond Joe Biden’s first deadline.

As of September 29, 16 states and D.C. still have mask mandates for schools. Of the 34 remaining states, only nine have stopped school districts from requiring universal masking.

According to Bloomberg, Joe Biden’s coronavirus response team had a press briefing this week to announce their plans for the vaccination of children between 5 and 11. Given the many questions about the safety of quickly creating vaccines, many of which were dismissed by the medical elites in Washington instead of answering the concerns, this is a very disturbing plan.

Even if kids do get the covid vaccine like the elites are pushing for, the CDC director Rochelle Walensky stated these kids should still have to wear masks while in schools, Fox News has reported.

“So, right now we’re going to keep recommending masks in every school for everyone in these schools and we will then scale out pediatric vaccination during this time,” Walensky said.

Author: Steven Sinclaire