Joe Biden: ‘We Don’t Know For Certain’ If We Are Going To ‘Overcome’ COVID

[Image: ABC News’ David Muir and Joe Biden -- ABC News Twitter video screenshot.]

During an interview this week on ABC News, 79-year-old Joe Biden was pressed over remarks he made during the summer over the coronavirus.

“Today, all across this nation, we can say with confidence: America is coming back together,” Biden said in his address on July 4. “Two hundred and forty-five years ago we declared independence from a distant king. Today, we’re closer than ever to declaring our independence from a deadly virus. That’s not to say the battle against COVID-19 is over. We’ve got a lot more work to do,” adding, “it no longer paralyzes our nation, and it is within our power to make sure it never does again.”

“Let me ask you about what you said on July 4th. I know you remember it well. You told the American people, we’re closer to ever to our independence from a deadly virus. Do you think you overpromised?” ABC News’ David Muir asked Joe Biden.

Biden replied, “No. We were closer than ever, but there’s a lot we don’t know.”

“It’s like, I’m sure you’re going to ask me, when’s this going to end? How are we gonna do this? Are you certain you’re going to be able to overcome the Delta virus, excuse me, the virus, COVID-19? The answer is, the expectation is yes,” the Democrat career politician said. “Because we have the best scientists in the world. We’ve moved so rapidly compared to other countries.”

“But, we don’t know. We don’t know for certain,” Biden admitted. Video Below

Biden says “we don’t know” if we are going to “overcome” COVID.

Meanwhile, RNC Research tweeted a video compilation of Joe Biden in 2020 vowing to “shut down the virus”, but in 2021, he said “we are looking at a winter of severe illness and death” for the unvaccinated.

Joe Biden, during the ABC News interview, also claimed that “there may be a need for” a fourth vaccine.

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