President Joe Biden stumbled through Wednesday night’s CNN town hall when he issued a series of gaffes, lost thoughts and made false statements about the COVID vaccine.
Joe Biden and his team of geriatric cognitive handlers have made a never-ending point that they want to ‘stamp out misinformation’ on social media about the COVID vaccine, because the only reason, they say, for the current COVID vaccine ‘hesitancy’, is ‘misinformation’. So what did Biden do? He got on national television and told one, confirmed lie after another about the COVID vaccine, made claims that are not remotely true, and the main stream media stay silent and looked the other way.
“If a ruler hearken to lies, all his servants are wicked.” Proverbs 29:13 (KJB)
So thank you, Liar-in-Chief Biden, for confirming for me that my decision to never take the COVID vaccine was the right choice to make. I wasn’t wavering, but had I been, your train wreck of a Town Hall would have cured me for sure. You said vaccinated people cannot get COVID, that’s a lie. You said vaccinated people would not be hospitalized, that’s a lie. You said vaccinated people will not die from COVID, and that’s a lie. The drug makers who produce these vaccines don’t even make those claims. Why is there such vaccine hesitancy? Because you’re a liar, your administration is lying, flip-flopper Fauci lies constantly, and a large percentage of the population don’t trust any of you. But please, go on blaming ‘Trump supporters’ for the low vaccine rates because, yeah, why not.
Biden repeatedly gave confusing, misleading and non-linear answers when discussing masks, national security issues and COVID-19 vaccine approval
FROM THE DAILY MAIL UK: Joe Biden overinflated the efficiency of vaccines, especially against the Delta variant, during his gaffe-filled town hall on Wednesday where he claimed the jab will prevent Americans from contracting coronavirus.
‘We’re not in the position where we think that any virus, including the Delta virus, which is much more transmissible and more deadly in terms of unvaccinated people, the – the various shots that people are getting now cover that,’ Biden said during a CNN town hall in Cincinnati, Ohio on Wednesday.
‘You’re OK,’ he assured. ‘You’re not going to – you’re not going to get COVID if you have these vaccinations.’
This statement is false considering vaccinated Americans have still contracted or have been hospitalized with the virus and breakthrough cases are increasing with the rapid spread of the Delta variant.
‘If you’re vaccinated, you’re not going to be hospitalized, you’re not going to be in the IC unit, and you’re not going to die,’ the president told host Don Lemon on stage at Mount St. Joseph University.
‘So it’s gigantically important that … we all act like Americans who care about our fellow Americans,’ he added.
Biden COVID Vaccine Fact Check:
- BIDEN: ‘If you’re vaccinated, you’re not going to be hospitalized, you’re not going to be in the IC unit, and you’re not going to die.’
- THE FACTS: His remark accurately captures the strong protection the COVID-19 vaccines provide as cases spike among people who have resisted the shots. But it overlooks the rare exceptions. As of July 12, the government had tallied 5,492 vaccinated people who tested positive for coronavirus and were hospitalized or died. That’s out of more than 159 million fully vaccinated Americans. The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, said ‘99.5 per cent of all deaths from COVID-19 are in the unvaccinated.’
- BIDEN: ‘You’re not going to get COVID if you have these vaccinations.’
- THE FACTS: Again, he painted with too broad a brush as he described in stark terms the disparity between those who got their shots and those who haven’t. The disparity is real, but a small number of breakthrough infections happen and health officials say they are not a cause for alarm. No vaccines are perfect, and the government is keeping a close eye on whether new coronavirus mutants start to outsmart the COVID-19 shots. But for now, federal health officials say even when breakthrough infections occur, they tend to be mild – the vaccines so far remain strongly protective against serious illness.
- BIDEN, when asked after the town hall about vaccinated people who get infected: ‘It may be possible, I know of none where they’re hospitalized, in ICU and or have passed away so at a minimum I can say even if they did contract it, which I’m sorry they did, i’s such a tiny percentage and it’s not life threatening.’
- THE FACTS: Once again, too far. That is evident from the CDC’s finding that 5,492 vaccinated people who tested positive for coronavirus were hospitalized or died as of July 12. That’s not ‘none.’ But he is correct that it is a small percentage of the more than 159 million fully vaccinated Americans.
Biden struggled at some points during his town hall to complete statements coherently as he lost his train of thought on multiple occasions. Republicans were quick to jump on the president’s gaffes. ‘Is this for real?’ Republican Conference Chairwoman Elise Stefanik tweeted on Wednesday.
‘And the media will continue to fawn and look the other way,’ the New York Republican added.
At one point, when talking about getting vaccinations approved for children under the age of 12, the president said: ‘That’s underway, just like the other question that’s illogical. And I’ve heard you speak about it because you always – I’m not being solicitous – but you’re always straight up about what you’re doing.’
‘And the question is whether or not we should be in a position where you uh, um, are – why can’t the, the, the experts say we know that this virus is, in fact, uh, um, uh, it’s going to be – or, excuse me, we, we, we know why all the drugs approved are not temporarily approved by permanently approved. That’s underway too. I expect that to occur quickly,’ Biden continued as he fumbled over his words.
‘You mean for the FDA,’ Lemon clarified.
Biden replied: ‘For the FDA’
Here, the president got off track on his answer about getting emergency use authorization for vaccines in children under 12 years of age. He went on to discuss that the Food and Drug Administration is working on getting full authorization for the use of the Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines – the three administered in the U.S. Currently all three shots are only under emergency use authorization, which is a special provision for vaccinations and medicines to be given the go ahead for use in the U.S. before they gain full FDA approval. Grabien Media founder Tom Elliott posted a video of Biden’s interaction with Lemon about vaccines and sarcastically wrote: ‘Crushing it.’
Another user asked for a translation, claiming: ‘I did not understand a single sentence.’
Many posted images of the mostly-empty auditorium, questioning why CNN and Biden weren’t able to fill all of the seats. The network, however, insists that the audience of around 300 on Wednesday evening was the typical size for pre-pandemic CNN town halls.
When speaking about national security, Biden also lost his words when declaring his qualifications to speak on the matter.
‘And I’ll say one last thing: You’re going to – I’ve had a lot of experience internationally and – I mean, not good or bad, just I have – I chaired the Foreign Relations Committee, I’ve been deeply involved,’ he said.
‘I did national security for our last – the administration with Barack,’ he said. ‘But folks, the rest of the world’s wondering about us. Those of you who travel abroad, it’s not a joke. Not a joke.’
He continued to ramble in saying: ‘Ask — you know, when I went to this G7, all the major democracies. I walked in and go, ‘America’s back.’ I’m serious, heads of state. I give you my word as a Biden. They said, ‘Are you really back?’
Biden said during the town hall that unvaccinated students, including those 12 and under who are not eligible for the shot, will have to wear masks in school. He revealed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will issue new guidance. READ MORE
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