During the 2020 presidential campaign, candidate Biden said during the debate on October 22, regarding 220,000 American deaths:
“You don’t hear anything else that I say tonight, hear this… Whoever is responsible for so many deaths should not remain President of the United States of America.”
More than 341,000 Americans have died from COVID-19 since Biden took office.
“I will put in place a plan to deal with this pandemic responsibly, I have already done so. I’m not going to shut down the country, I’m not going to shut down the economy, but I’m going to stop the virus. “ Biden has made that promise in some variations more than a dozen times during his campaign and after taking office almost a year ago.
On Monday, December 27, he said that there was “no federal solution” to the coronavirus pandemic. This is resolved at the state level. Biden made the remarks ahead of a virtual meeting with the governors.
So much for his claim that the “male” stop with him.
Trump had a plan. Operation Warp Speed developed and manufactured vaccines. He used emergency powers to get manufacturers to make more ventilators and masks. It has restricted travel from China to slow the entry of COVID into the United States.
Turns out it was Biden who didn’t have a plan that worked. Worse still, he thinks that the federal government is not at all capable of having a solution. He now apparently sees the coronavirus as an issue for states to manage.
So, Joe, when can we expect your resignation?