Biden Switches Mask Wearing from 100 Day to Through Next YEAR
Just weeks after signing a 100-day mask-wearing executive order, President Biden is already changing course. In remarks to the National Institute of Health, President Biden stated, “You know that wearing this mask through the next year here can save lives, a significant number of lives.”
So even if millions of Americans are being vaccinated and people are wearing masks, or two or three masks if you listen to Dr. Fauci, wearing a mask for the next year or more is President Biden’s new plan. As the nation prepares to “celebrate” the one-year anniversary of the 15 day pause to stop the spread, it seems nothing has changed except the Biden administrations statements.
In the video, President Biden even notes that even though he is 10 feet away, he felt it was important to keep his mask on. Good thing he’s not setting the rules in stores where people already stand six feet apart in line.
What happened to not shutting down the country, but shutting down the virus? And where are those mysterious coronavirus stimulus checks? How much were they again—$2,000, $600, $0? Numbers seem to keep moving, and always seemingly downward and later in the year. So much for keeping his campaign promises.
But according to Biden, it’s not his fault. Why not? Because Trump: “While scientists did their job in discovering vaccines in record time, my predecessor—I’ll be very blunt about it—did not do his job in getting ready for the massive challenge of vaccinating hundreds of millions.”
Biden may think he’s blunt, but he’s also wrong. The left said Trump would never release a COVID-19 vaccine by the end of 2020, but he did. Instead, it’s now in the hands of Biden, who has invested most of his first month as president signing executive orders and blaming Trump for everything under the sun.
In the time Democrats took to photoshopped evidence and doctor videos in their second failed attempt to impeach Donald Trump for the U.S. Capitol riots, they could have reopened schools or improved vaccine distribution.
Instead, Biden has failed to reopen schools, supports Democrat governors who are keeping their state’s businesses locked down, and has opened the border to immigrants flowing in without any COVID-19 testing. He has no one to blame but himself when it comes to what happens from this point forward. 100 days may kick the can down the road and extend time for vaccinations to increase, but it will not solve the larger problems the Biden administration fails to address to reopen the nation safely.
There’s no way most Americans are going to continue wearing a mask a year from now. People are already far past upset. If Biden and fellow Democrats plan to continue pushing masks and lockdowns into 2022, the midterm election is going to start looking much better for Republicans.