Now that Biden has installed himself in the Oval Office, his administration would be subjected to rigorous fact-checks.
The Federalist uncovered and published some of the lies Biden has already conveyed.
1. Biden Scrapped the Early China Travel Ban of Trump as Xenophobic But Later Signed His Own In the onslaught of the pandemic; Trump signed a travel ban on China, which was highly criticized by Joe Biden, calling it “xenophobic” and claimed that such restrictions don’t work.
However, less than a year later, Biden implemented his own travel bans on Brazil, South Africa, Great Britain, and 26 other European countries on his Week 2 of office.
2. Biden Camp: Trump’s Plan on Vaccination’ Worse Than We Could Have Imagined’ White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki begrudgingly admitted during a January 25 that there was a vaccination plan they won’t give credit.
Biden staffers have lied about the plan, telling CNN there was “nothing for us to rework.”
Psaki told the reporters Trump’s plan was “much worse than we could have imagined.”
3. Biden Warns the Pandemic Would Worsen After Promising to Shut Down the Virus
Biden consumed his campaign last year on a platform to shut down the coronavirus, only to take it back three days after sitting in the White House, with a bold admission.
The president said on January 22, “There’s nothing we can do to change the trajectory of the pandemic in the next several months.”
4. Biden Blames the Federal Government for Never Acting with Urgency to Combat the Pandemic
Biden claimed the federal government didn’t “act with the urgency” necessary to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, without mentioning Trump White House’s Operation Warp Speed that released two viable vaccines against the virus 2020 yearend.
Texas Republican Sen. John Cornyn pointed out that the house passed trillions in stimulus that kept the Americans afloat.
5. Biden Camp Told CNN Trump Gave No Plan for Distribution of Vaccine
Sources from the current administration told the liberal media they didn’t inherit a vaccine distribution plan from the previous office.
“There is nothing for us to rework. We are going to have to build everything from scratch,” told one source to CNN’s MJ Lee.
However, National Institutes of Health Director Dr. Anthony Fauci contradicted Biden camp’s statement in the same afternoon.
“We’re certainly not starting from scratch because there is activity going on in the distribution,” told Fauci to the reporters.
6. Biden Administration Claims ‘Celebrating’ Elites Exception to Mask Mandate
Press Secretary Jen Psaki defended Biden’s decision with his family to disregard the mask mandate at the Lincoln Memorial after signing an EO requiring the face protection on all federal properties.
“He was celebrating a historic day in our country. … We have bigger things to worry about,” Psaki said, dismissing the case as an insignificant issue.
CDC guidelines stipulate that people who received vaccine shots need to continue wearing face masks, citing a lack of research on whether those vaccinated could still spread the coronavirus. That makes the president a non-exemption.
Biden may have been fairly distant from others, but the lack of a mask is a slap in the face for people who have been mandated to follow the restrictive order.
7. Biden Falsely Claims ‘All’ Media Tagged Vaccine Plan as ‘Impossible’
Biden justified his administration’s goal to administer to 100 million Americans within his first 100 days in the White House when a reporter quizzed that the target was too modest.
“When I announced it, you all said it wasn’t possible. C’mon. Gimme a break, man,” the president snapped.
Major publications may have voiced skepticism over Biden’s claims, but they remain only too few.
8. Biden Promised to be a Unity President After Smearing GOP Senators as Nazis
Biden branded himself as a unifier-in-chief during his launch as commander-in-chief before the troops. He seems to contrast himself as he aggressively pursues a partisan progressive agenda that promotes left-wing notions of “social justice” after branding two Republican senators as Nazi collaborators.
The president pleaded, “To all those who did not support us, let me say this: Hear me out as we move forward. Take a measure of me and my heart.”
Yet, merely two weeks before the event, the “unity” president denounced Republican Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas and Josh Hawley of Missouri as Nazis.