UPDATED 9:51 AM PT – Sunday, December 5, 2021
Americans are criticizing Joe Biden and his administration for making promises they have avoided keeping for more than a year now.
“No, I don’t think it should be mandatory. I wouldn’t demand it to be mandatory. But I would do everything in my power, just like I don’t think masks have to be made mandatory nationwide,” said Biden during his presidential campaign.
It’s been a year since Biden broke that exact promise saying he wouldn’t mandate COVID-19 vaccines. Biden told the American people back in December of 2020, he wouldn’t make vaccines a national requirement. However, today people are losing their jobs due to his federal mandate.
Not only did the Democrat leader break his promise, but he also had his administration and medical advisors participating in those lies.
“We don’t want to be mandating from the federal government to the general population. It would be unenforceable and not appropriate. Definitely not,” Anthony Fauci once said. “You don’t want to mandate and try and force anyone to take a vaccine. We’ve never done that.”
Earlier on, White House Chief Medical Advisor Fauci insisted the federal government wouldn’t mandate the vaccine. But the only thing America’s doctor has done is let people down with lies.
Biden previously vowed he would “do everything in his power” to protect Americans, however, his administration’s handling of COVID speaks for itself. Even with a so-called lifesaving vaccine being available, there have been more COVID deaths under the current administration than under the previous one.
One year ago today, Joe Biden promised there would be no vaccine mandate.
— GOP (@GOP) December 4, 2021
Meanwhile, Biden has been pointing the blame towards Republicans and people who are skeptical about getting the jab for politicizing vaccines and the virus in general. In October, he said Americans should be getting vaccinated because it’s “about being patriotic and doing the right thing.” In addition, his own vice president didn’t hold back from giving her thoughts on the matter.
“If the doctors tell us that we should take it, I’ll be the first in line to take it. Absolutely. But if Donald Trump tells us that we should take it, I’m not taking it,” said Kamala Harris during the vice presidential debate.
These lies may stem from a year ago, but we continue to see these patterns from the left who promised inflation would go back to a normal level months ago. However, today, it’s the highest it’s been since 1990 and Democrats want to solve it with a trillion-dollar social spending bill as if it won’t add to the nation’s budget deficit.
Amid all the lies, Biden’s approval rating remains under 50 percent and a recent poll suggests 60 percent of all U.S. adults say the country is headed in the wrong direction.