Sweden’s Linn Grant to Miss LPGA’s First Major Due to Biden Admin’s COVID Policies

Linn Grant
Linn Grant before her tee shot on the 4th hole during the third round of the TOTO Japan Classic at Seta Golf Course North Course on Nov 5, 2022 in Otsu, Shiga, Japan. (Photo by Yoshimasa Nakano via Getty Images)

Linn Grant is Sweden’s top-ranked women’s golfer. In the last six months, she’s played all over the world, from Japan to Morocco to South Korea to Thailand to Singapore to Saudi Arabia.

However, she will be unable to tee it up in the United States, due to the police-state COVID polices of the Biden administration.

In January, the deeply unpopular White House resident extended his authoritarian COVID-19 powers, including the requirement of international visitors to be fully vaccinated against the virus.

Yet, somehow, in late 2020, amid the height of the COVID panic, Grant was allowed to travel to the U.S. and play in the U.S. Women’s Open – again, at the height of the COVID craziness.

Three years later, though – when most people realize it was a hyped-up crisis, she’s not allowed to enter the country.

And so, in 2023, the world No.22 will miss the season’s first major, the Chevron Championship, due to COVID-19.

Just head-shaking crazy.

Of course, she could always fly to Mexico and walk across the border. Those “international visitors” do not require a vaccine.



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