Biden Implementing Travel Ban From India A Year After Calling Trump’s China Travel Ban ‘Xenophobic’

The country of India is currently undergoing a serious outbreak of COVID, so the Joe Biden administration is implementing a travel ban from there.

Just a year ago, when Trump did the same thing in China, Joe called it xenophobic. So did many other Democrats.

Suddenly, doing this sort of thing is totally fine. What changed?

The Federalist reports:

Biden Issues Indian Travel Ban A Year After Calling Trump’s China Travel Ban Xenophobic

The Biden administration announced Friday it would begin to restrict travel from India on Tuesday as the world’s second-most populated country suffers an overwhelming surge in coronavirus cases.

“On the advice of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the administration will restrict travel from India starting immediately,” White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said in a statement. “The policy will be implemented in light of extraordinarily high COVID-19 caseloads and multiple variants circulating in India. The policy will take effect on Tuesday, May 4.”

The travel ban comes a year after Biden vilified such restrictions as xenophobic when pursued by President Donald Trump while the Wuhan virus began to mutate into a global pandemic from China.

“This is no time for Donald Trump’s record of hysteria and xenophobia,” Biden said campaigning in Iowa on Jan. 31, the day Trump’s travel ban on China was announced.

Here’s a video reminder for old Joe:

And then there’s this March 2020 tweet from Joe:

Will the media call Biden out over this? Not likely.

 

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