White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Thursday was asked why the Biden Administration slashed monoclonal antibody treatments sent to Florida.
The Biden Regime this week gave Florida less than half of the lifesaving treatments it needed for a 7-day period.
Red states such as Alabama, Texas, Mississippi, Georgia, Louisiana and others are also being singled out by the Biden Regime.
According to reports, Florida needs about 72,000 doses of monoclonal antibody treatments per week, however, the Biden Regime only sent Florida 30,950 doses this week.
Newsmax reporter Emerald Robinson confronted Psaki on this and asked her why the Biden Regime is slashing doses of treatments sent to Florida when there is no shortage of supply to begin with.
“The Biden Administration is cutting supplies in red states by 50% – so for example, in Florida, they were expecting to get 70,000 doses this week which they say they need – they’re only getting 30,000 doses,” Emerald Robinson said. “And this is just not for unvaccinated people. In South Florida half the people who are seeking this treatment are fully vaccinated, so why is the Biden Administration cutting these supplies?”
Psaki smirked as she gleefully admitted the Biden Regime’s priority is to be “equitable.”
So, a government-run Covid death panel?
Psaki says “that’s not accurate,” but then boasted of how the real treatment is the vaccines and there’s a need to be “equitable” pic.twitter.com/JNeQV2XVf8
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) September 16, 2021