Can we just admit that Joe Biden is no different than every other lying politician who has come before him, despite his claims to the contrary?
Biden is one of Washington’s longest-tenured politicians, and you don’t get that kind of political longevity without breaking a few promises and telling a few fibs along the way.
But when it comes to fibs and breaking promises, Joe Biden is the king. This man has flip-flopped on almost every single issue he’s ever addressed, and yet, somehow, he manages to keep up a reputation for being an “honest moderate.”
He used to be anti-crime…until it became “racist” to fight crime.
He used to be against gay marriage…until he found out the LGBTQ community was made up of mostly Democrat voters.
And now, after insisting that he wouldn’t institute any vaccine or mask mandates while campaigning…he’s mandating that EVERY federal employee has to get vaccinated or else lose their job.
Here’s what he said:
Seriously, Joe? You’re going to go back on your word when you promised there would be NO vaccine mandate?
Do you NOT remember saying this?
What a flip-flopping fool!
And after going back on his promise that the Executive branch would not mandate COVID vaccines, one can only to wonder if there are any promises that he plans on keeping.
Biden’s Thursday announcement has shocked many, as his sweeping new federal vaccine mandates could affect as many as 100 million Americans—and even federal, state, and local government employees would be under that umbrella.
It’s time to accept the fact that Joe Biden is nothing more than an opportunist that will say anything to get what he wants.
He may still be a dementia-riddles old man—but that doesn’t mean he’s not dangerous and conniving.
He will continue to erode American freedoms if he’s not kept in check.
Thank God the GOP is standing up to him and taking the necessary steps to keep his grubby little hands out of our bodies—but this kind of behavior should not stand.
Joe has got to go…
Sooner rather than later.
“Integrity is conforming reality to our words – in other words, keeping promises and fulfilling expectations.” – Stephen Covey