Ron Johnson Vows to Probe the’misinformation’ of Health Agencies during Pandemic If GOP wins Senate Control


    In a Sunday-night interview during a show on New York AM WABC 770 radio's “The Cats Roundtable,” Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) said that if the GOP took back Senate control, he would hold hearings in order to reveal the scandal that the national health agencies were implicated in during the coronavirus outbreak.

    Johnson spoke to host John Catsimatidis and said that if the GOP wins the majority in the 2022 midterm elections, he'd preside over the Senate subcommittee to investigate what he called “misinformation” coming out of the health departments.

    “The misinformation that we've been getting out of our health agencies is a scandal,” Johnson declared. “I don't see how anyone could look at our response to COVID and call it a success. It's been a miserable failure. More than 965,000 people died. The human toll of the economic devastation from these very misguided, generalized, widespread shutdowns, and, of course, what we've done to our children — I mean, the fear we've instilled in our children.”

    “[A] population of Americans that masks were never going to work on … is children,” he added. “We knew that from the get-go, and yet we forced our children to wear masks, and kept them out of school. We've done great harm to our children — at least a year's loss of learning. People need to be held accountable for this — people inside the Biden administration but also inside these federal health agencies need to be held accountable.”

    Johnson said, “I hope I can win. I'd be chairman of the Senate subcommittee on investigations. I'd have subpoena authority. I would do everything I could to expose the truth.”


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