Biden Targets Unvaccinated Americans In a Whole New Way

President Biden this week insulted unvaccinated Americans for not accepting their forced COVID shots, which he even doubted only months ago.

Biden was talking briefly to journalists at the Office of the DNI, where he met with officials in the nation’s intelligence community.

The president was then asked about mandating the coronavirus vaccine for all federal employees, something he says is “being considered.”

Then he made a comment denigrating the mental abilities of those who have chosen not to get the vaccine.

“If you are not vaccinated, you are not nearly as smart as I believed you were,” Biden said.

Is it not just like a liberals to resort to shaming and giving insults to try to get his way?

It is worth stressing that not so long ago, Biden himself was not sold on the vaccines.

When speaking from his Delaware basement last year, he said a lot about the vaccines, and it was all negative.

“The way President Trump talks about the vaccine, it is not very rational,” Biden said. “He is talking about it moving faster than the scientists believe it should be moved. … People do not believe he is telling the truth, therefore they are not at all certain they will take the vaccine.”

“And another thing,” he said. “When the vaccine gets here, it’s not likely to have gone through all the tests and trials that are needed to be officially done.”

Biden, who was not involved in Operation Warp Speed and had nothing to do with stopping flights from China — which he was opposed to — and who did nothing to deal with the declining racial diplomacy in the country. He also had the audacity to insult the Trump White House’s efforts to combat a global pandemic.

He even created doubt around vaccines that presumably have saved American lives.

Kamala Harris, also did not help to create a lot of trust in the vaccine.

“If Dr. Fauci and other doctors tell us that we should take it, I will be first in line,” Harris said in 2020 at the VP debate in front of the whole world, referring to the director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

“Absolutely. But if Trump tells us I should, I am not taking it,” she said.

Author: Scott Dowdy