Americans are criticizing Pres. Joe Biden for making promises he has yet to follow through with for more than a year now.
“No, I do not believe it should be mandatory. I would not demand that it be made mandatory. But I would do everything in my power, just like I do not think masks need to be made mandatory in the U.S.,” stated Biden during his 2020 presidential campaign.
It has been a year since Pres. Biden broke that same promise saying he would not mandate COVID vaccines. Biden promised the American people back in Dec. of 2020, he would not make vaccines a country-wide requirement. However, today individuals are losing their jobs because of his federal mandate.
Not only did the Dem. leader break his promise to Americans, but he also had his medical advisors and his administration participating in those lies.
“We do not want to be mandating to the general population from the federal government. It wouldn’t be enforceable or appropriate. Definitely not,” Anthony Fauci once stated. “You do not want to mandate and attempt to force anyone to take a vaccine. We have never done that.”
Earlier on, WH Chief Medical Advisor Fauci insisted the U.S. government would not mandate the vaccine. But the only thing he has done is let everyone down with his lies.
Biden had previously promised he would “do everything within his power” to protect Americans, however, his administration’s handling of COVID-19 speaks for itself. Even with the so-called lifesaving vaccine being made available, there have been more COVID-19 deaths under the Biden’s administration than under Trump’s.
One year ago today, Joe Biden promised there would be no vaccine mandate.
— GOP (@GOP) December 4, 2021
Meanwhile, Pres. Biden has been blaming Republicans and individuals who are skeptical about getting the vaccine for politicizing the virus and vaccines in general. In Oct., he stated that Americans should be getting vaccinated because it is “about being a patriot and doing the right thing.” Also, his own vice president did not hold back from revealing her thoughts on the matter.
“If the physicians tell us that we should take it, I will be the first in that line to take it. Absolutely. But if it is Donald Trump telling us that we should get vaccinated, I am not taking it,” proclaimed Kamala Harris during the VP debate.
These lies might stem from a year ago, but we keep seeing these patterns from the left who had promised inflation would go back to a normal level months ago. But, today, it is the highest it has been since 1990 and Dems. want to fix the problem with a trillion-dollar social spending bill as if it will not add to the country’s budget deficit.
Amid all these lies, Pres. Biden’s approval rating continues to be under 50 percent and a new poll suggests 60 percent of all American adults say the nation is headed in the wrong direction.
Author: Blake Ambrose