Remember when Joe Biden said he was going to unify the country?

He said he would do away with the partisanship and divisiveness and try and bring the two halves our politically divided country together by doing what was right and leading with compassion.

Well, if putting the 80 million Americans who have chosen NOT to get the vaccine on blast in front of the whole world is his idea of unifying the country, then mission accomplished. If not…

He’s doing a piss-poor job of it.

In fact, one could say he’s doing the OPPOSITE of unifying the country. What he’s just done is draw a line in the sand between the vaccinated and the unvaccinated, creating an even bigger rift in our country.

On Thursday evening, Biden took to the podium to fumble his way through a speech he clearly didn’t write, saying this to Americans about his upcoming COVID policies.

“This is not about freedom or personal choice. It’s about protecting yourself and those around you, the people you work with, the people you care about, the people you love. My job as president is to protect all Americans.”

You’re right, Joe, that is your job…but your job isn’t to protect Americans at the expense of their freedoms.

Here it is in his own words:

Your job is to PROTECT our freedoms first! Our lives are OURS to control, and that includes deciding whether we feel we need a vaccine for a virus that has a 99% survivability rate.

Many of that unvaccinated group are not anti-vaccine.

For example, I’m all for those that are considered “at-risk” getting it…in fact, I encourage it! I’m glad the elderly, the immuno-compromised, and the unhealthy have access to the vaccine—but it doesn’t protect anyone except the person who got vaccinated.

The Line Has Been Drawn

The facts prove it: if you have the vaccine, you can still contract, transmit, and even die from COVID. Bottom line. Yes, it absolutely increases your chances of beating it and lessens the worst of the symptoms, but you can still catch it and pass it on while fully vaccinated. That is a scientific fact. So, why is Biden saying that it protects those around you?

It protects the person vaccinated, and there’s nothing wrong with protecting yourself—just don’t make some kind of claim that it protects those around you when, from the beginning, they’ve said that you can still catch the virus.

So, yes, Joe, it IS about freedom, the most sacred freedom we have: the freedom of physical autonomy, allowing us to do with our bodies as we wish.

If I don’t feel a medical procedure in necessary, I shouldn’t be forced to get it.

But Sleepy Joe feels differently.

That may be why he continued with his divisiveness when he said, “We’ve been patient but our patience is wearing thin. And your refusal has cost all of us. So please do the right thing.”

“YOUR refusal has cost US”?

How has OUR refusal cost HIM anything?

If people have gotten sick, it cost THEM, not Biden. It’s not just the unvaccinated spreading the disease—It’s everybody! This is what happens when you create a vaccine for a virus.

Viruses mutate in order to be able to infect those that it wasn’t able to in its previous form.

Who Has Cost WHOM?

Honestly, one could make the argument that HIS decision to vaccinate those that didn’t need a vaccine is what cost us…

Forcing healthy people to protect themselves from a virus with a 99% survivability rate is likely what created the variants in the first place.

The same could be said for forcing healthy people to quarantine with the sick. That doesn’t make any medical sense. Quarantine is supposed to be reserved for the sick, so why should there be national calls to quarantine the healthy?

The way this thing has been handled by our so-called medical “experts” has been horrendous. I didn’t blame Trump, and I won’t blame Biden…

However, I will blame Sleepy Joe for how he is pushing the message.

I will blame Joe for looking like the dictator that the Left said Trump would be.

When are they going to wake up and realize that voting for this man was a huge mistake?


“America now is stumbling through the darkness of hatred and divisiveness. Our values, our principles, and our determination to succeed as a free and democratic people will give us a torch to light the way. And we will survive and become the stronger – not only because of a patriotism that stands for love of country, but a patriotism that stands for love of people.” – Gerald R. Ford