While there still might be a great deal of Americans who question if President Joe Biden really did accumulate the most votes in the country’s history, one thing is for sure – when it comes to him being President, no one has been given more opportunities and chances. Even before stepping foot into the White House, Biden was handed scripts, massive teleprompters, and pre-selected questions. Since taking office, that list has only grown as President Biden now sits on a fake set of the White House where every detail is meticulously mapped out. But sadly, “All the king’s horses and all the king’s men, Couldn’t put Humpty together again.”
Just take the following video, featured below, as an example. Sitting on his movie set, President Biden is asked by a reporter if he will follow through with a promise he made to give out 500 million free at-home COVID tests to Americans. He has yet to follow through.
Instead of answering the question, President Biden casually looked down at the table while his handlers barked orders. The reporter tried again to get an answer from him, but Biden was unresponsive.
Objective reporting for the educated American.
As mentioned above, just two weeks ago, Biden promised to take action with testing at home. “We also need to do better with at-home testing. So, I’m announcing today: The federal government will purchase one half billion — that’s not million; billion with a ‘B’ — additional at-home rapid tests, with deliveries starting in January.”
President Biden would add, “We’ll be getting these tests to Americans for free. And we’ll have websites where you can get them delivered to your home. We have arranged for it to be easier for you to find a free COVID testing site near you on Google. Just enter ‘COVID test near me’ in the Google search bar, and you can find a number of different locations nearby where you can get tested.”
But as you can see in the video above, Biden could do nothing more than appear helpless when asked about the progress being made.
This piece was written by Zach Heilman on January 4, 2022. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.
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