Our president gave a speech Thursday night, and after six minutes of morbidly reviewing the misery Americans have lived through with the Wuhan virus, during which he listed the number of deaths, the isolated families, no schooling for our children, no work for American citizens, grandparents who have been unable to hug their grandchildren, parents who have been unable to hug their children, no Thanksgiving meals and no Christmas get-togethers, yada, yada, yada.
And then Joey said “this must end”. I can only assume that the fool man meant that the privations Americans have lived through this last year must end and we must regain our liberties to move about and breathe freely once again. But did our all-powerful president give us mere citizens permission to resume our lives as we knew them a year ago, before the CDC and Anthony Fauci took freedom away? No, he did not!
Even though he said we “might” be able to remove our worthless masks by July fourth if he personally, as our lord and savior, thinks it’s advisable, he left the masking order in place.
And Joey took full credit for the “plan” he carefully developed and presented to us on his first week in office, a plan that I’ve never heard before, because the only plan to develop a vaccine and get Americans vaccinated was developed by Donald Trump, and in fact Joey was vaccinated during Trump’s administration, on December 20, 2020.
Joey didn’t utter one word about the Trump administration pushing the pharmaceutical industry to develop a vaccine in record time, but made it sound like Joey himself was to be credited for saving the lives of Americans.
Under what authority does this old, feeble man tell me and all Americans that we must wear masks for four more months, until he thinks it’s safe? And he also cautiously added that there are new strains of the virus on the horizon, so we may have to lockdown and remask the nation all over again, on his whim only.
Joey’s speech was offensive, and his proposal that we continue to wear useless masks, immediately after he said that masking “must end”, is an unconstitutional move on his part. But when our president insisted that he would always be honest with Americans and that he would always abide by the “science” related to the virus, I knew the speech was nearly over, because the last thing Biden is, is honest, and he has no idea of what the word “science” means.
Nice try, Joey, but no cigar this time round.