During September of this year, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) took over distribution of Monoclonal Antibody drugs (mAb), a very effective treatment for patients suffering from COVID-19. Not surprisingly, shortly after DHHS assumed this role, the therapy was being rationed resulting from their being temporarily halted and that alarmed doctors in Alabama and Florida in which both states are among those that use mAb’s to successfully treat coronavirus patients.
Forward three months later, and Florida and Texas are in the Biden administration’s crosshairs with Florida’s Surgeon General ridiculing Biden for antibody treatment shortages and Texas Governor Gregg Abbott weighing in criticizing the White House for the therapeutic rationing too. On the other hand, Vermont (a reliably Blue state) is getting supplies of the mAb treatment Sotrovimab from the federal government.
The antibodies and other COVID treatments are needed more than ever since well over half of the coronavirus cases are resulting from the spread of the Delta variant which is reportedly more potent than the up-and-coming Omicron version of COVID-19. In the meantime, Biden’s war on Red states continues apace. A cartel has not just sprung up to benefit from coronavirus vaccination but the administration is obviously weaponizing medicine to intentionally take out segments of the population that pose a threat to Biden’s monarchy.
PHOTO CREDIT: Monoclonal antibodies can be grown in unlimited quantities in bottles like the ones shown in this picture. Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=2580464