President Biden announced that he is planning to visit several towns in tornado-ravaged Kentucky.
“I’m going to be asking my team to set up sites for booster shots and a whole range of things,” the president said.
The weekend tornadoes devastated towns in Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois and Missouri.
Nearly 100 people have died, hundreds were injured.
Entire cities and towns have been wiped off the face of the Earth. Thousands of people are homeless.
But the most important issue for the White House is whether or not the survivors have gotten the jab.
Perhaps an enterprising reporter should ask whether or not survivors will still be able to get access to federal help if they don’t get the jab?
Biden is planning to set up sites for booster shots in Kentucky.— Hunting Wolf In PA (@SlayerWolf11) December 13, 2021
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