Before COVID-19 and the pandemic, America was prospering. The economy, the Southern border, American values. It was all moving forward with former President Donald Trump at the helm. But following the surge of COVID-19, the Democrats, using Joe Biden’s campaign, hurled accusations that his mismanagement of the pandemic led to over 400,000 deaths. Nothing more was needed as now-President Biden used that information to drive his administration right into the White House. But while he promised to “shut down” the virus, the number of COVID-19 deaths continued to climb as it recently broke the original number before Biden took office. 

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Following the results of the 2020 election, there were a total of 408,450 deaths due to COVID-19. In the year that Biden has been in the White House, there have been a total of 417,610 deaths. But remember, his entire campaign promise was to shut down the virus, not America, the economy, and so on. And Although hoping Americans wouldn’t remember yet another failed promise by President Biden, the conservative commentator Kayleigh McEnany dropped a bombshell of a video, which can be watched below, that showcases Biden’s failed campaign promise. 

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Since going viral, the video has garnered many comments like, “Any politician claiming to control the climate or a virus should have been laughed off the stage.”

One user added, “I’m going to shut down the Virus! 🤣 LETS GO BRANDON.”

Another one noted, “Ask him again tomorrow and get a different answer. Demented.”

And putting politics and jabs aside, a user concluded, “This president has failed. Even on his own terms.”

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