BREAKING: Dan Crenshaw Makes Shocking Call To Biden – America Stunned

Republican Rep. Dan Crenshaw (TX) appeared on Fox News recently, and during an interview, he had some strong ideas about what President Joe Biden needs to do to get America back on track and out of the age of COVID-19 restrictions.

According to the Texas lawmaker, Biden needs to “use FEMA resources to bolster and open up coronavirus testing sites.”

As Breitbart reports:

“The reality is Congress has already appropriated tens of billions of dollars to this specific problem. Right now, it’s a management problem. The executive branch is not executing these dollars in an efficient manner. That’s what’s going on. Again, look. I’m a conservative. I always make sure people know there is only so much government can do, and the moment that it starts doing more than it should be doing, you start to see unintended second and third-order consequences that harm everybody worse than you wanted to.”

But Crenshaw wasn’t just full of hot air in pointing out problems, he also laid out several solutions:

“So, what the federal government should be doing, again, using their FEMA resources to bolster a lot of these testing sites, open up new testing sites. This is what we saw happen during the Trump administration. They should be using our resources to increase those supply chains to get those monoclonal antibodies out to people faster, and President Biden announced this, we just haven’t seen results from it, helping us get more health care workers either from the military or from FEMA to aid in some of these hospitals that are feeling a little bit overwhelmed.

It’s still worth noting that at our height of hospitalizations right now, it really doesn’t even compare to the height that we had before in 2020, so I don’t want people to panic about this. But look, take the same precautions you’ve been taking for two years.”

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