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So Now It Has Been 666 Days Since A Pandemic Was Officially Declared…

Francesco Abbruzzino, The Uncensored Report, LLC



Isn’t it funny how certain numbers just seem to come up over and over again?  On March 11th, 2020 the World Health Organization officially declared that the COVID-19 outbreak was a global pandemic.  According to, moving forward 666 days brings us to January 5th, 2022.  Over the last 666 days, we have seen an extremely alarming rise of authoritarianism all over the globe, and all of our lives have been changed permanently and dramatically.  So I think that it is quite appropriate that we commemorate the 666th day of this pandemic, because governments all around the world have certainly been behaving in ways that are unspeakably evil.

And I find it quite interesting that one day after January 5th is the one year anniversary of the dramatic events that played out in Washington D.C. on January 6th, 2021.


How do you think Ray Epps will be celebrating that anniversary?


Of course that is a topic for another article.  In this piece, I want to take a look at the current state of the COVID pandemic.


After everything that Dr. Television and his minions have done over the past two years, the COVID pandemic is worse than ever.  In fact, it is being reported that America “has set a seven-day-average record for Covid cases every day over the last week”


The U.S. has set a seven-day-average record for Covid cases every day over the last week, according to an analysis of NBC News’ case numbers and Department of Health and Human Services hospitalization data. In that time, 33 states, Washington, D.C., and two territories have set records for cases, hospitalizations or both.

Interestingly, the Omicron variant is hitting blue states with very high vaccination rates particularly hard.  Here are just a couple of examples


New Jersey set a case record every day in that period, with the average count ballooning from 15,000 cases a day to more than 27,000, while New York’s average number of cases set six records, from 37,000 to a peak of more than 71,000 average cases per day.


But instead of letting recent data change his message, Joe Biden continues to stick with his original narrative


“You can still get COVID, but it’s highly unlikely that you’ll become seriously ill,’’ Biden said. “If you’re vaccinated and boosted, you are highly protected. Be concerned about omicron, but don’t be alarmed. And if you’re unvaccinated, you have some reasons to be alarmed. You’ll experience severe illness in many cases.’’

Unfortunately for Biden, more Americans than ever have lost faith in his leadership.

In fact, the percentage of Americans that disapprove of his job performance just hit another new high


Fifty-six percent of voters now say they disapprove of the job Biden is doing, the worst such reading of his presidency as he approaches the end of his first year in office, according to new CNBC/Change Research poll. Prior polls in the series showed Biden’s disapproval rating at 54% in early September and 49% in April.


I think that it would actually do Biden a lot of good if he would be willing to admit that he has made major mistakes during this pandemic.


The American people respond to leaders that are humble enough to admit when they have been wrong.


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