WATCH: Sen. Marshall Asks Senate to End COVID National Emergency Declaration After Biden Says the Pandemic is Over

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On Wednesday, U.S. Senator Roger Marshall, M.D. requested that the U.S. Senate immediately approve his resolution to terminate the COVID-19 national emergency declaration. Senator Marshall’s resolution followed President Joe Biden’s comments that the coronavirus pandemic is over, yet the national emergency for COVID-19 has yet to be terminated by the White House. Unfortunately, Senate Democrats blocked Senator Marshall’s resolution. While you may click HERE or on the image below to watch his remarks on the Senate floor, Senator Marshall said in part,

“…It is this declaration, coupled with other additional emergency powers currently invoked by the President, which this administration is using to supersize government in order to continue their reckless spending spree and enact their radical partisan agenda. In fact, the White House uses these emergencies to justify their inflationary out of control spending, their unconstitutional vaccine and mask mandates, and to forgive student loans… In fact, even President Biden recently acknowledged during a 60 Minutes interview that the ‘pandemic is over…’ The Biden administration is keeping Americans under the strain of the national emergency declaration as if we are not living in a time of peace… In order to reign in this massive expansion of government, to slow down inflation, and restore Americans’ fundamental rights, we must take the important step of terminating the COVID-19 national emergency declaration…”


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