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What’s The Biggest Threat To Life Expectancy In America? Democrats

In the expanding wake of the BA.2 Omicron subvariant (dun, dun, dunnnn), the US Food and Drug Administration has revoked a previous emergency use order for this “treatment” and halted shipments of the drug nationwide.

No, it’s not the emergency use order for their useless vaccine. And no, it’s not remdesivir. Those side hustles are still on the table. It’s a monoclonal antibody called sotrovimab.

Regulators initially told doctors in eight states on March 27 to stop administering sotrovimab to COVID-19 patients. Several days later, the FDA expanded the action, which essentially revokes the emergency use authorization granted in 2021, to 14 additional states.

With the April 5 move, the monoclonal therapy “is no longer authorized to treat COVID-19 in any U.S. region due to increases in the proportion of COVID-19 cases caused by the Omicron BA.2 subvariant,” the FDA said in a statement.

The manufacturer insists it works, and they’ve prepared a data packet that proves this. You need to give the patient more! Of course, you do, and that’s what happened with the “vaccines™” because they don’t work, but more doesn’t add protection it only adds risk.

But the FDA is still all-in on that, probably because their political paymasters are still pushing it. But why? What’s the end game? Death?

It looks that way which means the healthiest thing the average American adult can have these days is a distrust of government. What little trust I had – and there wasn’t much to lose – is gone.

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We get policy priorities without regard to the harm caused to people in the near and distant future. Dangerous, ineffective treatments are mandated, and so-called “leaders” refuse to step in to protect people’s rights when infringed by schools or businesses.

The establishment’s response to this is that we need more. More government intervention in private and public care, even when it has proven to be the single biggest threat to life expectancy in America.

The government has wholly corrupted science and medicine and the cost of life years and mortality, in general, is inexcusable. People were better off with less of that.

And yet there is an entire political party – Democrats – that is devoted to this course. The party that said they wanted to keep government from getting between you and your doctor. The same party that favors assisted suicide and conception to after-live-birth abortion. They are the party of human and drug trafficking – open borders matter more than human lives lost to sex slavery, addiction, and overdose deaths.

They are the party of single moms, fatherless kids, and now sex-transitioning drugs and surgery for children that dramatically increase the odds that they will kill themselves.

We’ve got decades of Dem policies on urban plantations that trap people in over-funded underachieving school systems surrounded by a life of dependency and crime. With “common-sense” gun laws that only make sense if you hate human beings, hope, life, or longevity.

They then embrace economic policies that crush the poor and lower-middle-classes with pressures that add stress and invariably lessen the quality of life or shorten it. The party of death has upped its game.

They are the single biggest threat to our life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness because the only life they can imagine is one where they decide what those things mean and who is entitled to them.

If America wants to get up off its knees, it will need to displace them in positions of authority at every opportunity and in perpetuity. And if local elections is any indication, someone is not taking the threat seriously enough.

We are not doing a good enough job of framing the threat.

I’m committed to trying to do better, how about you?

Steve is a long-time New Hampshire resident, blogger, and a member of the Board of directors of The 603 Alliance. He is the Managing Editor and co-owner of, a former board member of the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire, and a past contributor to the Franklin Center for Public Policy.

Featured photo by Michael Jasmund on Unsplash