While traveling to Namibia and Kenya on a five-day trip to Africa with her grand-daughter, Naomi, whose marriage was held at the White House last November, First Lady Jill Biden sat with Associate Press for an interview.
The First Lady stated that President Joe Biden is going to run for re-election in 2014.
According to the First Lady, there’s “pretty much” nothing left to do but figure out the time and place for her husband 2024 re-election announcement.
The president will be 86 at the end of his second term if re-elected.
“How many times does he have to say it for you to believe it?” the First Lady asked the reporter. “He says he’s not done. He’s not finished what he’s started. And that’s what’s important,” she added further.
Biden aides have been telling the national press corps and donors that his announcement is likely to come in April after the first fundraising quarter ends.
On whether she has the deciding vote whether the president runs for re-election while her closest family and friends have been saying for months that the First Lady wants her husband to run again - “Of course he’ll listen to me, because we’re a married couple,” she exclaimed.
“He makes up his own mind, believe me,” she emphatically followed-up.
The First Lady’s African trip follows U.S. Secretary of Treasury Janet Yellin’s recent African trip as the Biden Administration was trying to convince African Heads of State to follow Biden’s lead to move their countries’ health sovereignty under the World Health Organization (WHO) as the Biden Administration is trying to do to the U.S.
The African nations have been pushing back against the Biden Administration’s proposed amendments to the 2005 W.H.O.’s International Health Regulations which are to be voted on in late May 2023.
For more than three decades, the U.S. has fallen well behind China’s investments across sub-Saharan Africa, as well as South America. That now has become a key economic international battleground in an increasingly fraught competition between the major powers.
During the Clinton administration in the 1990s, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown brought U.S. business leaders to Africa.
During the George W. Bush administration, the then president’s PEPFAR AIDS/HIV program was launched. It was later found to be fraught with corruption and fraud. Dr. Anthony Fauci at NIAID supported it.
Several First Ladies from Hillary Clinton to Laura Bush to Michelle Obama and Melania Trump have travelled to Africa on humanitarian trips.
But, now the conversation is different since the covid era and the globalists’ push to create a one world health covid pandemic preparedness policy. The Biden Administration’s White House Office of Science and Technology’s focus is to have a mandated coronavirus vaccination and put their vision in writing in September 2021.
SubSaharan Africans have experienced fraudulent injections through the last decades in both Nigeria and Kenya and other countries. That experience has made African resistant to trust the West who support PHARMA and W.H.O. which has been involved in the distribution of the fraudulent injections in the past.
Time will only tell if the Biden Administration can build trust when none has existed before.
The game is on across Africa but African leaders have good memories about colonization and PHARMA colonization about so-called “vaccinations” is no different.
The question is will - Janet Yellin and Jill Biden’s visits make a difference?
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