Biden Proves Promises Made Are Not Promises Kept

…and this has been obvious since day one of his presidency.

In order to get elected, Joe Biden would have said or done anything. The Democrat lust for power was a well established fact as they were desperate to remove Trump, the D.C, swamp drainer, from office.

So they cheated, they lied, they propped up Biden as the only option to convince the American people to vote blue; the other Democrat candidates were simply horrible and unelectable. Remember presidential hopeful Kamala Harris? What a nightmare.

In his pursuit to become president, while the country was wrestling with a man-made pandemic which blew over from China, Joe Biden promised that he, if elected, would never mandate coronavirus vaccines. He said it on multiple occasions.

Then President-elect Joe Biden said in December that coronavirus vaccines should not be mandatory, marking a stark contrast of his current stance as his administration orders businesses with more than 100 employees to mandate the vaccine or implement rigid testing guidelines.

Biden said he was against making the vaccine mandatory while speaking at a news conference in Wilmington, Delaware.

“I don’t think it should be mandatory. I wouldn’t demand it to be mandatory.”

His previous statement are a far cry from our current reality.

Biden announced Thursday a rule is underway to require employers with 100 employees or more to make sure all employees are vaccinated or submit to weekly testing. The new requirement is slated to impact more than 80 million private sector employees. Violating the rule could cost thousands of dollars per employee.

The level of medical tyranny and authoritarianism is unprecedented in modern U.S. history.

Zooming out from the pandemic of today, what were dealing with is the leader of the federal government DEMANDING and COERING private entities to require medical treatment from their employees. If for whatever reason the employee doesn’t accept the demands, he or she will be left jobless, unable to care for themselves or their families.

Author: Asa McCue