White House Considering ‘Bring Back The Masks’ Campaign as ‘Delta’ Decimates


Now, nearly a year-and-a-half into this infernal, lonely pandemic, the world was beginning to return to normal…at least somewhat.

Sure, there are some lingering social issues to deal with, such as a massive labor shortage caused in part by the government’s enhanced unemployment benefits, but, for the most part, things were getting back to where we wanted them to be.

That was, until the “delta” variant began to mutate among the unvaccinated, and causing breakthrough cases of COVID among those who had been inoculated.

This has the White House considering some drastic reversals.

The Biden administration is reportedly weighing whether to formally urge vaccinated Americans to once again mask up as the country experiences an increase in the number of COVID-19 delta variant cases.

White House aides are in talks with officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about proposed messaging to the public, the Washington Post reported.

People familiar with the discussions told the Post that the White House is hesitant to implement policies that would explicitly mandate people show proof of their vaccination status. One idea reportedly thrown around was to ask Americans to wear masks when vaccinated and unvaccinated people not to congregate in crowded places.

Such a move would likely infuriate a vast swath of Americans, who’ve long been suspicious of just how truthful the administration has been in the realm of the pandemic, and who don’t believe that the government has any right to compel masks or vaccines.