MLB Pitcher Apologizes to Sports Lefties for Endorsing Bud Light Bashing
Debt Vote Today: Rules Committee Sends McCarthy's Deal to the House Floor
Trump Once Again Promises to Revoke Birthright Citizenship to Combat Border Crisis
Time Bomb
The Pregame Is Over for Trump vs. DeSantis
Stop Scaring Our Kids to Death
Here's When Chris Christie Will Reportedly Announce His Presidential Campaign
That's One Way to Deal With Climate Activists
A Suspect Has Finally Been Arrested in Slaying of NJ Republican Councilwoman
Warner Bros. Quietly 'Dumped' Former BLM Leader
Why Some Conservatives Are Calling for a Boycott of...Chick-fil-A
Trump Rips His Own Former Press Secretary: 'The RINOS & Globalists Can Have...
More Baseball Players Are Speaking Out Against Dodgers Inviting Anti-Catholic Group
Our Fake Spending Debates
108 Former World Leaders Support Regime Change in Iran

The White House Plan to Ship 500 Million Tests Is Already Falling Apart

AP Photo/Susan Walsh

Yesterday after scoffing at the idea, the White House announced the Biden administration plans to ship 500 million Wuhan coronavirus tests to Americans who sign up to receive them. 

"I'm announcing today: The federal government will purchase one half billion -- that's not million; billion with a 'B,' additional at-home rapid tests, with deliveries starting in January," President Biden said during remarks in the State Dining Room. "We'll be getting these tests to Americans for free. And we'll have websites where you can get them delivered to your home." 

The problem? None of the infrastructure is in place to get the job done and tests won't arrive until at least mid-January 2022. 

Join the conversation as a VIP Member


Trending on Townhall Video