It’s good to see that, a year and change on, members of President Joe Biden’s White House still feel it’s important messaging to keep alive the lie that former President Donald Trump once told America to go inject itself with disinfectant to cure COVID-19. I know, it’s probably been a while for most of us since we heard this one. Yet, like Trump’s infamously twisted “very fine people” Charlottesville quote, the disinfectant fabrication gets trotted out from time to time when people on the left find themselves in an uncomfortable situation and need to lie about how bad the former president was to make themselves or whoever they’re speaking on behalf of look better by comparison. On Wednesday, that person was White House press secretary Jen Psaki. For a bit of context, conservatives have been noting that it’s a bit rich the president has been pushing at the vaccine-hesitant pretty hard over the past few weeks. From a door-to-door vaccination drive that probably could have been rolled out better to a mandate that U.S. military members get the jab, it feels as if the Biden administration has done everything short of sending Seal Team 6 out with Moderna-tipped blow-darts.