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Chris Christie slams White House for ‘mixed signals,’ lack of leadership amid omicron variant

November 29th, 2021
Chris Christie slams White House for ‘mixed signals,’ lack of leadership amid omicron variant

The White House is suggesting the public break out their masks once again amid the arrival of the omicron variant, but former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie expressed his disdain for the mixed messaging on “America Reports.”Christie: I think this is why we’ve had such trouble getting people to become vaccinated because initially, the promise was that you get vaccinated, you’re going to be able to get back to your life is normal. And we have every indication that while there are some breakthrough cases, those cases are very, very, very mild for people who are vaccinated. So now... Read More

Top Biden aide defends handling of COVID as 2021 deaths surpass 2020's: 'Bring it on'

November 24th, 2021
Top Biden aide defends handling of COVID as 2021 deaths surpass 2020's: 'Bring it on'

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain on Wednesday defended the administration’s work to bring down coronavirus-related deaths despite GOP frustration at the persistence of the deadly virus.”Let’s be clear: the day we got here, 4000 people a day were dying and one percent of Americans were vaccinated. Today, deaths are down 75 percent, and almost 200 million Americans are fully vax’ed,” he said in a tweet. “We still have a LOT of work to do. “But if anyone wants to have a debate about COVID, bring it on,” he... Read More

Packers coach Matt LeFleur unlikely to watch Aaron Rodgers’ controversial interview

November 5th, 2021
Packers coach Matt LeFleur unlikely to watch Aaron Rodgers’ controversial interview

Green Bay Packers coach Matt LaFleur told reporters Friday he had no plans to watch Aaron Rodgers’ interview about defending his decision to forgo the coronavirus vaccine.Rodgers made the stark defense in an interview on “The Pat McAfee Show” right before LaFleur and Packers players were about to address the media. The Packers’ head coach was asked about Rodgers’ interview and said he would “most likely” not watch it at a later point.CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) hands the ball off to running back... Read More

New Jersey high school grad, 19, wins school board seat after suffering ‘awful’ coronavirus rules

November 5th, 2021
New Jersey high school grad, 19, wins school board seat after suffering ‘awful’ coronavirus rules

A young New Jersey man who graduated from high school last year after experiencing “awful” coronavirus rules during his senior year has won a seat on his local school board, according to reports.Nicholas Seppy, now 19, defeated school board incumbent Terry Alabarda in the Egg Harbor Township School District in Atlantic County, the Washington Examiner reported.”Parents were not being listened to,” Seppy told the Examiner when asked why he decided to run.”Parents were not being listened to.”  — Nicholas Seppy, 19, winner of school board electionSeppy garnered... Read More

Jon Bon Jovi tests positive for breakthrough COVID-19 case, is ‘feeling fine’

October 31st, 2021
Jon Bon Jovi tests positive for breakthrough COVID-19 case, is ‘feeling fine’

Jon Bon Jovi has tested positive for the coronavirus.A representative for the singer, 59, confirmed to Fox News that Bon Jovi recently tested positive for COVID-19. However, he is seemingly in good spirits. “I can confirm he’s tested positive and that he’s fully vaccinated and feeling fine,” the representative said. Variety reports that the artist was due to appear at a fan event in Miami Saturday at the Loews South Beach. However, after the crowd had already filed into the venue, they were reportedly informed that the singer would be unable to perform. The outlet reports that... Read More

Watters on Biden violating DC mask mandate: US is confused about COVID rules ‘because he’s confused’

October 18th, 2021
Watters on Biden violating DC mask mandate: US is confused about COVID rules ‘because he’s confused’

Americans are confounded by the continually evolving coronavirus mitigation rules, laws and mandates because President Biden himself appears to be, Jesse Watters said Monday, after the the president was photographed violating D.C.’s mask mandate while at a upscale Italian restaurant over the weekend.Biden was pictured without a mask at Fiola Mare, eliciting reporters to question the White House press secretary about the apparent double standard.White House press secretary Jen Psaki, responded that Biden and his entourage were leaving the restaurant and that the president had his mask in hand... Read More

COVID-19 takes EMS worker shortage to ‘crisis level’: American ambulance association president

October 10th, 2021
COVID-19 takes EMS worker shortage to ‘crisis level’: American ambulance association president

American Ambulance Association president Shawn Baird warned that the coronavirus pandemic took the shortage of emergency medical services (EMS) workers to a “crisis level,” explaining that the problem threatens to undermine the country’s 911 system and needs urgent attention by Congress. “This has been a problem that has that been developing over several years because of chronic underfunding shortfalls from Congress for ambulance services, but certainly during the pandemic things have hit a crisis level,” Baird told “Fox & Friends Weekend” on Sunday.  “We’ve... Read More

Idaho’s lieutenant governor issues vaccine executive order while gov is away; Little says he will rescind it

October 5th, 2021
Idaho’s lieutenant governor issues vaccine executive order while gov is away; Little says he will rescind it

Idaho Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin on Tuesday issued an executive order banning vaccine mandates and required coronavirus testing in schools and colleges in the state, prompting Gov. Brad Little to say he had not authorized her to act on his behalf while he was at the U.S-Mexico border. Little said he would “rescind” any executive orders McGeachin issues while he is away and she is acting governor, including her attempt this week to send National Guard troops to the border. “I am in Texas performing my duties as the duly elected Governor of Idaho, and I have not authorized the... Read More

Clay Travis: Fauci ‘100% wrong’ on prediction college football will spike coronavirus

October 1st, 2021
Clay Travis: Fauci ‘100% wrong’ on prediction college football will spike coronavirus

NIAID director Dr. Anthony Fauci warned of the dangers packed football stadiums would permit amid coronavirus but OutKick founder Clay Travis told “Hannity” the doctor has already been proven wrong.”Fauci said that COVID was going to feast on college football fans because of the no masks, because of the full stadiums and he’s 100% wrong,” he said. “Fauci was wrong again.”According to Travis, coronavirus cases have recently “plummeted” throughout the south, down nearly 60% in Florida. FAUCI PRESSED IF HE SHOULD ‘STEP ASIDE’ AS AN ‘IMPEDIMENT... Read More

CDC recommends Pfizer booster shots

September 23rd, 2021
CDC recommends Pfizer booster shots

A panel at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine booster shots for people 65 years old and older, along with others at high risk of severe COVID-19.The CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices unanimously voted 15-0 to recommend booster shots for adults 65 and up. ACIP also voted 13-2 that individuals ages 50-64 with underlying health conditions should have access to the vaccine booster shot.ACIP voted to approve the booster shot for individuals ages 18-49 with underlying conditions, so long as they take the shot six months... Read More