Joe Biden took advantage of the deadly disease to seize control of the nation, a presidential consultant revealed.

The Democratic Party’s tilt for the Oval Office significantly benefited from the hundreds of thousands who died across America from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus in the past 12 months.

This is the grim assessment of Anita Dunn, who tracked the progress of the Biden 2020 campaign.

“Covid [CCP Virus] is the best thing that ever happened to him,” the president’s senior adviser said in a new book obtained by The Guardian.

In “Lucky: How Joe Biden Barely Won the Presidency,” Dunn suggested many Biden campaign leaders also shared these views. However, none of them would dare to publicly acknowledge, let alone praise, the pandemic’s positive impact on the Democratic presidential tilt.

“Campaign officials believed [the CCP Virus was a blessing] but would never say in public,” she said.

At the time of publication, nearly 29 million were infected and more than 518,300 killed by the pandemic across the United States, according to the Worldometer website.

Biden previously revealed he repeatedly lied about the Democratic Party’s ability to use mandates and lockdowns to curb transmission of the virus.

“There is nothing we can do to change the trajectory of the pandemic in the next several months,” he said in a video shared on Twitter.

The unintended admission came while Biden tried to win support to help prevent more struggling Americans from resorting to homelessness due to previous CCP Virus lockdowns and restrictions.

“If we fail to act, there will be a wave of evictions and foreclosures in the coming months as this pandemic rages on,” he said.

Biden’s remarks appeared to directly contradict his nationally televised speech on Dec. 3. He claimed if every American wore a face mask for about three months, it would dramatically reduce the number of infections.

“On the first day I am inaugurated … I am going to ask the public for 100 days to mask, just 100 days to mask, not forever, 100 days,” he said, according to Reuters. “We will see a significant reduction if we incur that—if that occurs, with vaccinations and masking, to drive down the numbers considerably.”

In his first two weeks in office, the Democrat failed to inspire confidence in his ability to run the country.

A Quinnipiac University national poll recently found Biden’s approval rating fell short of the satisfactory benchmark of 50%.

Only 49% of 1,075 respondents thought Biden had done a good job so far in the Oval Office, compared to 36% who disapproved and the remainder who were unsure about how he performed.

The sample study, which was conducted between Jan. 28 and Feb. 1, also found more than two-thirds were either very dissatisfied (46%) or somewhat dissatisfied (23%) with the state of the nation.

Only 6% were very satisfied, and 23% somewhat satisfied with the present situation across the United States.

The CCP Virus was the biggest concern, with 68% calling the pandemic a crisis, 25% a problem, and the remainder not a problem at all.