How often has Joe said something that his own administration corrected? Too many times, for sure.
Biden recently tried to win some political clout by claiming the COVID pandemic was over. That does sound nice, right before the midterms.
But guess who’s back, refuting Biden’s words? Your favorite doctor.
From Fox News:
Dr. Anthony Fauci joined those who sought to walk back that statement.
On Monday, Fauci aimed to qualify the president’s optimistic remark, acknowledging that while the worst of the coronavirus is over, it still remains a concern.
“What he really meant is that the very severe stage of the pandemic of having … 3,000 deaths a day — that stage is no longer present,” Fauci told Politico, adding that “people should not be cavalier that we’re out of the woods.”
Oh! Fauci explained what Biden really meant. How silly of us for taking Biden at his word.
Mr. Doom-and-Gloom himself had to correct the false assertion by (mentally compromised, it seems) Joe Biden when he said the pandemic was over.
Fauci, who gained fame and fortune by spreading as much hysteria over the virus as possible, said that the pandemic, essentially, is still around.
After more than two years of fearmongering, mask-wearing, and constitution-violating mandates, Fauci tells us that the virus is still a concern.
Why does Fauci have to clarify Biden’s words? Doesn’t Biden have a team of people (including Fauci) who help him prepare for interviews?
Is Biden so mentally gone (perhaps) that he can’t be trusted to answer a few questions by the softball-throwing goons on 60 Minutes?
Why does his administration constantly “walk back” even simple statements by this man?
For all the slander the left threw at Donald Trump, did his team ever have to scramble to walk back his statements?
No–that’s because the man knew what he was talking about!
People outside the White House know why this is happening. Stephen Miller put it bluntly.
He is not in charge.
He is not in charge. pic.twitter.com/XWzIhpjEIx
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) September 19, 2022
Many Americans will agree.
- Anthony Fauci contradicted Biden’s claims that the pandemic was over.
- Fauci had to say what Biden “really meant” was that the worst was over.
- This is one of many times someone from Biden’s staff had to correct something he said.