COVID Deaths Rise 25% Under Joe Biden Due To COVID

( President Joe Biden, the Democrats, and the mainstream press are about to regret their efforts to blame former President Donald Trump for the deaths of all those who died of COVID-19, with new data showing that deaths related to the Chinese coronavirus are increasing.

According to the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center, during President Joe Biden’s first month in office, roughly 100,000 Americans died of the virus. Based on the 397,611 Americans who tragically died of COVID-19 and COVID-related illness during President Donald Trump’s administration, that’s an increase of roughly 25%.

The Democrats have overseen a record increase in the number of COVID-deaths during any president’s first term in office.

Despite this, the mainstream press has had very little to say about the tragedy of the United States surpassing 500,000 deaths on Joe Biden’s watch.

It comes as the Biden administration celebrates the administering of the 50 millionth COVID-19 vaccine. In a YouTube video on the White House channel, President Joe Biden hosted a celebration of the record achievement, which would not have been reached by now if not for former President Trump’s Operation Warp Speed.

The celebration received barely 20,000 views within a day of release, and as of Saturday, it had almost 1,000 dislikes. One day before, the “dislike” number was significantly higher. The comments are also turned off.

Last Friday, President Joe Biden toured a Pfizer plant in Kalamazoo, Michigan, promising that he is doing all he can to ensure that the crisis ends as soon as possible.

“I believe we’re on the road, I promise you,” he said. “I know we’ll run into bumps. It’s not going to be easy here to the end, but we’re going to bear this. We’re going to beat this,” he added.

The United States surpassed 1 million vaccine doses per day by the final day of President Donald Trump’s administration. Under President Biden, who has had a month in office, that number has increased to somewhere between 1.2 and 1.3 million, and does not appear to be radically increasing at all.

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki brushed off a question from a reporter about the substantial increase in COVID-related deaths over the last month, reiterating that their focus was “building out of the hole that we inherited.”

How long can Joe Biden keep on blaming former President Trump?