At a press conference in May, reporters went off script and asked President Joe Biden a question that wasn’t on the program. He was clearly uncomfortable.
“I’m not supposed to be answering all these questions,” the Silver Alert president said.
Late last month, amid the fallout of his disastrous withdrawal of U.S. forces from Afghanistan, Biden told a reporter he was “not supposed to take any questions” about Afghanistan. He quickly turned his back and walked away.
Just a couple of many occasions in which Biden told members of the press — and his fellow Americans — that “they” had instructed the president on what to say and what to do.
We can’t help but wonder if this “they” advised then-President-elect Biden in December to say that he didn’t think COVID shots should be mandatory, and that he “wouldn’t demand it be mandatory.” Did these shadow dwellers tell Biden Press Secretary Jen Psaki not too terribly long ago to say a vaccine mandate ‘is not the federal government’s role.’
“They” clearly lied.
Last week, Biden announced a sweeping overreach of government abuses, fiats mandating all federal employees get vaccinated (no exceptions, no exemptions) and every U.S. business with 100 or more employees force their workers to get poked.
U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson called it “an outrageous trampling of civil liberties.” Johnson is right.
It’s an unprecedented power grab from people who have made abuse of government power a daily event.
It’s bad enough to have a president who believes the constitution is less than a government memo. But the United States of America is being led by a shadow regime that treats individual liberties as expendable in its pursuit of power.
And Biden stands there with a dazed look mumbling that “they” would rather not have him explain his incompetent or unconstitutional actions.
Joe Biden is a tool.
He is Empower Wisconsin’s Tool of the Week.