Biden to Push for Nationwide "Masking Plan"

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If the Trump legal team fails in proving the presence of widespread and systemic voter fraud, then Biden will inevitably be inaugurated as president of the United States.
Right now, litigation of this year’s presidential election remains continuous; however, this isn’t stopping Biden from pressing ahead with the assumption that Trump’s legal team won’t win in the courts.

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The former vice president has already listed the names of several individuals that he’d like to serve in his administration. Likewise, Biden has also come out and stated that during his first 100 days in the White House, he’s going to put forth a nationwide “masking plan,” according to Breitbart News.

What to Know About Biden’s Plan for Face Masks in America

Yesterday, Biden informed the nation that his “masking plan” will involve government action (in places he’s constitutionally allowed) and appeals to the American public.
The former vice president declared that he’ll mandate face masks for interstate travel and within federal buildings; likewise, Biden also stated that he’ll call for Americans to mask up “for just 100 days.” Many folks are comparing this to when the government urged “15 days to slow the spread [of COVID-19]” only for those “15 days” to extend months and months later.
Biden continues to allege that wearing a mask is an act of “patriotism.” His talk of a “masking plan” comes as individuals throughout the nation have already made up their minds on whether or not they wish to wear masks. There is an argument to be made that Biden’s “masking plan” will do little more than create the illusion of something new being done.
Finally, Biden confirmed that he will be reaching out to governors and mayors to pressure them into implementing mask mandates.

The General Consensus on Masks

Americans who agree with and believe in masking up are already doing so; likewise, governors and mayors who favor mandatory mask edicts have already implemented them.
It is unclear precisely what Biden’s “masking plan” would change. Americans who do not want to mask up are not doing so; many are also continuing to speak out against government mandates that push to force Americans into masks.

If the Trump legal team doesn’t succeed in their endeavors and if Biden is inaugurated into office, there’s a low likelihood that the consensus on masks will change. This issue also remains highly polarized and controversial. Arguments, fistfights, and even stabbings and shootings have taken place over confrontations about face masks.
What do you think about Joe Biden’s “masking plan?” Will it make any positive difference in the nation? Let us know what you think in the comments section below!