President Joe Biden spoke Monday marking the grim milestone of 500,000 covid deaths in the United States.
“That’s more Americans who have died in one year in this pandemic than in World War I, World War II, the Vietnam War combined,” Biden said.
He talked about his visit to a Michigan Pfizer facility last week and speaking with a man who asked the president to pray for his father-in-law.
“We all know someone who lived a life of struggle, purpose and hope. They talked late into the night about their dreams, who wore the uniform, born to serve, who loved, played, and always offered a hand. We often hear of people described as ordinary Americans. There’s no such thing. There’s nothing