Democratic Offices EMPTY – Mystery Developing…

( During his recent State of the Union address, President Joe Biden boasted that because of his progress in tackling Covid, “we are moving forward safely, back to more normal routines.”

If that’s the case, why the ghost town? Many empty offices previously were filled with staffers and aides.

The Washington Free Beacon reports that many Democratic offices remain “completely closed and unstaffed, with several displaying signs that they were not returning to work due to COVID-19.”

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s front desk remains unstaffed, often with nobody in sight.

Senator Catherine Cortez Masto’s (D., Nev.) office was also closed. A sign on the door reads, “Cleaning not required.”

Senator Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.), who chairs the budget committee, also has a sign on his shuttered door that says his office is closed because of “an effort to prevent the spread of germs and bacteria.”

Senators Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) and Patty Murray (D-WA) are refusing visits from constituents. The offices of Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) and Bob Menendez (D-NJ) have signs in their offices that tell visitors they won’t shake hands.

During the State of the Union address, Biden crowed about his administration’s response to the pandemic proudly saying, “most Americans in most of the country can now be mask free.”

This statement quickly became fodder for ridicule and cynicism. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) exclaimed, “it’s a State of the Union miracle!”

Biden completely ignored his desire for vaccine mandates. If not for a lawsuit filed by The Daily Wire, upheld by the Supreme Court, the White House would have succeeded in implementing the unconstitutional private employer vaccine mandate.

The Daily Wire co-CEO Jeremy Boreing wrote that the lawsuit victory was a tremendous day for the American people. This is a limited government of enumerated powers, he added, which exists to protect, not erode, the God-given freedoms of the people.

The Senate and House sergeants-at-arms announced, “The Capitol will remain closed to visitors through May 1.”

“We are taking this temporary action out of concern for the health and safety of congressional employees as well as the public.”

These statements were made in March of TWO THOUSAND AND TWENTY.

2 YEARS to flatten the curve.