79-year-old Joe Biden, during a Monday call with governors admitted he agrees with two GOP state executives that there is no “federal solution” to reduce COVID-19, even though administration is pushing federal mandates to the pandemic, as previously reported by The Freedom Times.
“There is no federal solution. This gets solved at the state level,” Biden confessed.
Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows responded on Twitter Tuesday to Biden’s admission in that “there is no federal solution” to COVID, saying that the Democrat career politician is “all talk, no results, pass the buck — the same as Biden’s 40 other years in politics”.
“Biden spent the 2020 campaign falsely claiming he could ‘shut down the virus’ …and less than a year in, now that he and his mandates have failed spectacularly, he wants to pass blame to States. All talk, no results, pass the buck — the same as Biden’s 40 other years in politics,” Meadows wrote.
Biden spent the 2020 campaign falsely claiming he could “shut down the virus” …and less than a year in, now that he and his mandates have failed spectacularly, he wants to pass blame to States
All talk, no results, pass the buck — the same as Biden’s 40 other years in politics
— Mark Meadows (@MarkMeadows) December 28, 2021
Joe Biden: “There is no federal solution”:
BIDEN, TODAY: “There is no federal solution” to COVID.
BIDEN, 2020: “I’m going to shut down the virus.” pic.twitter.com/3d1RaHRcyX
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) December 27, 2021
Biden made the comment after Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson (R), who is the chair of the National Governors Association, warned the Democrat career politician against taking actions that may overstep, as States aim to curb the virus.
“One word of concern or encouragement for your team is that as you look towards federal solutions that will help alleviate the challenge, make sure that we do not let federal solutions stand in the way of state solutions,” Governor Hutchinson said.
“The production of 500 million rapid tests that will be distributed by the federal government is great, but obviously that dries up the supply chain for the solutions that we might offer as governor,” he added.
On the campaign trail last year, Biden vowed that if elected president, he would get COVID-19 under control. Since assuming office in January, the number of cases have increased.
Not only failed, he literally gave up after pretending he had a plan to defeat COVID just to get votes. pic.twitter.com/UkzHGRcp0T
— Political Hut (@PoliticalHut) December 27, 2021
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