The day after Election Day President Biden publicly announced that children as young as five will be eligible to receive the coronavirus vaccine. After his address Biden took questions and was asked if he was responsible for the losses in Virginia and his response took a page right out communist Russia.
Biden said that voters chose Youngkin over McAuliffe because they are “confused.”
Oh, someone is def confused https://t.co/f8UfY5ndk5
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) November 3, 2021
Joe also doesn’t seem to think Americans are smart enough to understand the supply chain issues.
Biden mocks Americans’ intelligence: “If we were all going out & having lunch together & I said let’s ask whoever's in the next table, no matter what restaurant we’re in, have them explain the supply chain to us. Do you think they’d understand what we’re talking about?" pic.twitter.com/lHAwLJZBfy
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) November 6, 2021
Over the past few weeks, members of the Administration have been using terms like “confused” or claiming people that don’t agree with them are mentally ill.
For example, Biden’s mandate for federal employees doesn’t immediately fire them if they don’t comply by the deadline and they will receive “counseling” informing them are the ramifications for not receiving the vaccine.
Not only are voters “confused” but Biden is ordering agents to raid business to “make sure companies comply” with his new national vaccine mandate.
“OSHA will conduct on-site workplace inspections to make sure companies comply with the rules”
“OSHA has the power to fine businesses up to $13,653 per violation”https://t.co/3VFbzXCPrw
— Drew Hernandez (@DrewHLive) November 4, 2021
Biden is taking a page write out of communist Russia. He wants the federal government to monitor your bank account, your job, and your ability to say no to a medical procedure.
— CNBC (@CNBC) November 4, 2021
Despite the rule, Americans continue to protest. In New York City trash is continuing to pile up, firefighters are refusing to work but, Biden doesn’t care.
The president calims that he would have “preferred” not to impose a vaccine requirement but they “are good for the economy.”
Biden says he would have “preferred that” vaccine “requirements not become necessary” but reiterates that “they are working.”
“Vaccination requirements are good for the economy,” Biden says, adding that the various mandates and rules will cover 2/3 of workers in America.
— Shelby Talcott (@ShelbyTalcott) November 4, 2021
For now a judge has put a restraining order on Biden’s mandate for private businesses.