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CDC illegally extends eviction moratorium for another two months, despite U.S. Supreme Court ruling it has no such authority

(Natural News) The Biden regime has ruled that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention‘s (CDC) eviction moratorium, which was recently declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court, will be extended through October regardless of what the law says.

To keep the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) plandemic ruse going for as long as possible, Hunter’s dad, bowing to pressure from “progressive” Democrats, decided to allow non-paying renters to continue squatting rental properties without paying, putting property owners in a bind.

The extension will only apply to targeted areas where the CDC, a private corporation, has decided have “substantial or high” levels of Chinese Virus transmission. According to reports, such areas are expected to cover more than 80 percent of all U.S. counties.

The move will supposedly allow states and localities more time to distribute the roughly $47 billion in rental assistance that was disbursed by the federal government to help tenants who were harmed by the pandemic and thus require rental assistance.

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As of June 30, only about $3 billion of this fund has been distributed, which Pedo Joe says is a good enough reason as any to extend the eviction moratorium, regardless of what the Supreme Court has to say about it.

“I asked the CDC to go back and consider other options,” Biden announced just prior to an announcement from the CDC. When asked if his decision would pass constitutional muster, China Joe responded by stating, “I don’t know.”

Even if the move is illegal, Beijing Biden says it will allow more time for states and municipalities to distribute the money, even if the decision gets tied up in another legal fight.

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CDC says it might extend eviction moratorium beyond October if deemed necessary

While the extension is set to expire on Oct. 3, the CDC has indicated that this “is subject to further extension, modification, or rescission based on public health circumstances.”

This suggests that it could theoretically go on forever, allowing non-paying renters the opportunity to indefinitely squat other people’s properties without paying rent until the end of time.

As unlikely as this is, the wiggle-room that the CDC and the Biden regime have put in place ultimately makes them the final arbiters of whatever happens next, granting them unlimited authority to do as they please.

Beijing Biden tried to pressure Congress into extending the eviction moratorium legislatively. When that failed, he took matters into his own hands and is now dictating from the White House that non-paying renters are free to stay put for as long as they would like.

Donald Trump put the moratorium in place last fall via an executive order, which on the surface was designed to protect tenants from being evicted and landlords from incurring financial hardship due to the plandemic. The Supreme Court later struck it down, only to have Biden resurrect it with the help of the CDC.

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) is livid about the decision, tweeting that Biden admits the extension is unconstitutional but is still moving forward with it like a dictator.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), on the other hand, is excited about the extension, crediting first-term Rep. Cori Bush (D-Mo.) with getting it done by staging a protest outside the Capitol.

“You are great!” Schumer stated to Bush, congratulating her for her activism. “You did this! One person did this!”

Bush, speaking to the media, also congratulated herself by saying “this is why this happened,” referring to her own activism.

“Being unapologetic. Being unafraid,” she further stated, crediting herself for defying the Supreme Court decision.

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