Unlike times in the past where Joe Biden has sprinted up the stairs, trying to appear young and full of vigor, the President spoke to the American people today and appeared to be out of sorts, sickly, and exhausted. Speaking on the importance of getting the COVID-19 jab, President Biden would also put out a call for action to big tech to tighten their grip on misinformation from being spread on their platforms.
In the video, which can be watched below, President Biden didn’t sit on his Hollywood-style set in D.C. as he pleaded with the country to get the jab. He said, “Unfortunately, while our military is stepping up, as they always do, there are others sitting on the sidelines and worse standing in the way. If you haven’t gotten vaccinated, do it. Personal choice impacts us all.”
As mentioned above, Biden appeared to be under the weather himself as he held back a cough and seemed to slur through his words. Still, reading off a teleprompter, he was sure to further the Democrat’s agenda, saying, “I make a special appeal to social media companies and media outlets. Please deal with the misinformation and disinformation that’s on your shows. It has to stop.”
While none of his handlers corrected him on how social media companies operate platforms, not shows, President Biden would continue spreading misinformation himself but suggesting, “COVID-19 is one of the most formidable enemies our country has ever faced, and we’ve got to work together, not against each other.”
That's why it's such a big deal that Biden just publicly ordered social media companies to ban people over COVID
Chess not checkers, my dude https://t.co/97burR35si
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) January 13, 2022
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