President Joe Biden just broke yet another promise to the American people. Most importantly of all, he broke his unequivocal promise to everyone that his administration would not support vaccine mandates. But in an escalation of the mad regime, Biden went ahead and wholly misused OSHA to try to force vaccine mandates on the American people.
Over 100 million Americans are affected by the administration’s brutally draconian, completely un-American, and unconstitutional vaccine mandates. His abrupt about-face on an unambiguous promise not to mandate vaccines for millions of Americans will go down in history as Joe Biden’s “read my lips, no new taxes” moment.
What makes it all the more difficult to comprehend just what’s going on in the Biden White House is that Joe Biden made his promise after winning the election last year. So it’s not like he needed to say it or anything at all to become president. He made the no vaccine mandates he promised as president-elect in December last year.
And as recently as March, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki promised that “no federal mandate requiring everyone to obtain a single vaccination credential” was a vital principle of the new Biden administration. Yet they went ahead and did it anyway by late summer.
And unless the Party of Lincoln is stupid enough to nominate Mike Pence, the vaccine mandates broken promise will cost Joe Biden and Democrats the White House in 2024, just like it cost George H. W. Bush his reelection in 1992 with the help of Ross Perot and CNN hoaxing up an honestly pretty stupid recession to stir up voters against the incumbent.
It should surprise no one that Biden broke this promise, even though it was such a big one. By the time he had been president for 100 days, he had already broken a large and growing list of campaign promises to American voters. And he’s not done yet.
Over the weekend, Joe Biden broke another promise to the American people. He has repeatedly pledged not to politicize the U.S. Department of Justice (like his predecessor Obama did). He said in November that he “will not do what this president (Donald Trump) does and use the Justice Department as my vehicle to insist that something happen.”
As they made the press rounds last December, Biden and vice president-elect Kamala Harris reiterated the pledge not to politicize the DOJ. They spoke in overarching, moral terms about the importance of an independent federal police agency. Biden said, “It’s not my Justice Department. It’s the people’s Justice Department.”
Biden even literally spelled it out with ABCs: “I am not going to be telling them what they have to do and don’t have to do. I am not going to be saying, go prosecute, A, B, or C.”
But on Friday, when CNN’s Kaitlan Collins asked the president if he believes that Attorney General Merrick Garland’s Justice Department should prosecute anyone who defied House subpoenas to testify about the Jan 6 Capitol Hill riot, Joe Biden broke his promise and said, “I do.Yes.” Joe! You promised you wouldn’t do this.