Tucker Carlson: Is there a public health reason Joe Biden often leaves the White House?

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In case you’re still not convinced in case you need yet more evidence that Joe Biden is not really running the country, there’s this. It turns out that Biden only occasionally shows up for work. According to a new analysis by his friends at the Cable News Network, Joe Biden has spent 107 of his first 275 days away from the White House, mostly at one of his vacation homes. For perspective, that is far more time than Donald Trump, Barack Obama or George W. Bush allowed themselves by this point in office. So Joe Biden, in fact, is not in Washington very much. And you’ve got to ask yourself, why is that?

Before you reach the obvious conclusion – he prefers the pudding at Camp David., they have tapioca there – consider another explanation. It’s possible there is a legitimate public health justification for keeping Joe Biden away from major American population centers. It’s possible Joe Biden’s aides understand that Biden is too dangerous to be in Washington. He could infect millions. Consider the tape we played a few days ago of Biden sauntering maskless through a crowded restaurant in Washington. 

There he was on film, his gaping maw completely uncovered spewing hot corona breath, panting like an obscene phone caller on innocent passers-by. Diners were trapped in Biden’s path. They had no choice but to inhale clouds of Joe Biden’s personal aerosol mist. Would you like some Biden saliva with your entree tonight? No, thanks. We are getting a heaping dollop anyway, sorry. 

It was repulsive and in the global pandemic, like this one, it was also recklessly dangerous. Typhoid Mary was never this brazen. But it gets worse ladies and gentlemen, and it gets even more stomach-churning. Watch, if you dare the video shot yesterday at an event that Biden did for the King of New Jersey, finance goon Phil Murphy. Ask yourself as you watch it, why hasn’t the CDC taken this man into custody? 

Joe Biden, Monday: Thank you, thank you, thank you. (coughs into his hands. Walks off the stage and shakes hands)

This was a crime caught on film? First, Joe Biden coughs into his hand, filling his palm with a deadly pathogen, a bioweapon designed by the Chinese military to infect and kill civilians. And then, showing no remorse whatsoever or even hesitation, Biden walks up to unsuspecting human beings and intentionally transmits this foul stew of microorganisms that’s been brewing and fermenting in his respiratory tract. He does this all with his bare hands like an ice-cold assassin. Clearly, Biden has done this before. It’s not the first time. It was not an accident. 

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Joe Biden knows what he’s doing. He’s seen the data. He understands perfectly well that people who have been fully vaccinated as he has can spread COVID as prolifically, as people who have not been vaccinated,

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White Mass for health care professionals recognizes Staten Island’s medical community

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Each year the annual White Mass is celebrated for the medical community –doctors, nurses and other health-care professionals — so named for the traditional white jackets

This fall the mass was offered in St. Clare R.C. Churchon Oct. 17 since it’s customarily held near Oct. 18, the Feast Day of St. Luke the Evangelist, patrol saint of physicians and surgeons, remembered for his work as one of the four authors of the canonical gospels.

From the left, honorees Dr. Suzanne El-Sayegh, Rita Magnuski, Laura Pisani and Michael Coyne. (Courtesy/Deacon Richard Salhany) Staten Island Advance

The White Mass, sponsored by the Catholic Mental Health Professionals of Staten Island and titled “The White Care Mass for Healthcare Professional,” has been hosted for more than a decade by Dr. Constance Salhany, a clinical psychologist.

“It is important to recognize our healthcare professionals for all they do and showing them we appreciate their daily sacrifices for the community,” said Dr. Salhany.

The White Mass

Dr. Contance Salhany, left, and Dr. Suzanne El-Sayegh. (Courtesy/Deacon Richard Salhany) Staten Island Advance

Rev. Arthur Mastrolia, pastor of St. Clare’s, presided over the Mass and explained in his homily the way in which healthcare professionals have proven to be even more important, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“I am honored to be recognizing these faithful individuals who have dedicated their lives to the healing of others,” said Rev. Mastrolia. “Each day they report to work, they are a living example of their faith.”

And prior to the event Dr. Salhany and her colleagues reached out to a number of local schools in hopes of receiving thank you cards to be presented to health care workers at the Mass.

The White Mass

Children created thank you cards to be presented to health care professionals at the White Mass. (Courtesy/Deacon Richard Salhany)Staten Island Advance

“We received hundreds of handmade cards with special messages for the healthcare workers,” Rev. Mastrolia added, citing examples of the children’s messages in his homily and explaining messages, such as, ‘May God bless you for keep us safe…and “Healthcare workers…you rock!’”

And each year during the Mass members of the community are recognized for their particular contribution.

This year’s honorees included Rita Magnuski, a registered nurse and vice president for Patient Care who’s been with Richmond University Medical Center for 25 years.

Richard Salhany, who served as Deacon of the Mass, described Rita as, A significant force at the Medical Center who ensures a caring and patient centered approach to patients remains a priority. She is a hero who helped steer the hospital daily operations during the worst of the COVID-19 Pandemic.”

Michael Coyne, associate executive director at Staten Island University Hospital, was also an honoree. Dr. Ted Strange described Coyne as, “A model individual whose life exemplifies a balance between professional success and serving his community and was admitted into the Order of the Knights of the Holy Sepulcher.”

Laura Parisi was recognized as a lifelong Catholic, with most of her careers in a Catholic setting.

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