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Joe Biden Tweets During the First Year of His Failing Presidency

Volume Two

Reversing Trump, while Dividing and Destroying America

August 2021 through January 2022

Book and eBook by Gary F. Zeolla,
the Director of Darkness to Light ministry

 

      Biden can be very disingenuous in his tweets and his claims about his various plans and polices. He thinks they are all grand and good for the country. But in fact, it is those very plans and policies that is causing his presidency to be failing just over five months in. Those plans and polices are also dividing and destroying American. Biden’s early actions also set the stage for more failures later in his presidency, so it is important to remember them.

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The Two Volumes

Joe Biden Tweets During the First Year of His Failing Presidency, Volume One: Reversing Trump, while Dividing and Destroying America, January through July 2021

Joe Biden Tweets During the First Year of His Failing Presidency, Volume Two: Reversing Trump, while Dividing and Destroying America, August 2021 through January 2022
 


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Table of Contents

 

Format / About the Author ………………………………..  4

Preface .....………………………………………………..   5

Related Books/ Documentation for Comments ………    6

Definitions …………………………………………………  7

Abbreviations .....…………………………………………   9

 

Chapters – 11

 

  

8 – Biden’s @POTUS Tweets: August 2021 …………  13

9 – Biden’s @POTUS Tweets: September 2021 ……   63

10 – Biden’s @POTUS Tweets: October 2021 ……..  123

11 – Biden’s @POTUS Tweets: November 2021 …..  197

12 – Biden’s @POTUS Tweets: December 2021 ….   263

13 – Biden’s @POTUS Tweets: January 2022 ……..  331

14 – End of First Year Comments ……………………  363

 

 

Appendixes … 411

 

#1 – Bibliography.……………………………………… 413

#2 – Additional Books by the Author ………………..   455

#3 – Author’s Websites, Newsletters, Social Sites/

        Contacting the Author …………………………… 465

    Note: The page numbers are for the hardcopy formats.

 

Preface

 

      Joseph R. Biden Jr. was inaugurated as President of the United States (POTUS) on January 20, 2021. In his inauguration speech, Biden gave glowing remarks about his goal being to unite America and to “Build Back Better.” But in fact, his main goal seems to have been to reverse everything his predecessor, Donald J. Trump, accomplished during his four years as President.

      Never mind if a policy was benefitting America, if Trump did it, it had to be reversed. This reversal of Trump’s policies did little to unite and benefit America. Instead, Biden’s policies began alienating the half of Americans who supported Trump for those very policies. By reversing Trump’s beneficial policies, Biden began destroying America, as his presidency began to be failing. Biden’s early actions also set the stage for more failures later in his presidency, so it is important to remember them.

      On the day Biden was inaugurated, he took over the @POTUS account on Twitter and began tweeting profusely. His tweets promoted his “Build Back Better” policies. But with them being a reversal of Trump’s policies, they were often subtle attacks on Trump and his supporters.

      This two-volume set reproduces Biden’s tweets for the first year of his presidency. It also includes my comments I posted on Twitter in response to his tweets. Some of my comments were added later and reflect later developments. I have also added an occasional “Extended Comment” to provide further context and commentary to some tweets.

      Some of my comments are in the second person and refer to “you”. These are my responses to Biden’s tweets that I posted on Twitter and are directed towards him. Others are in the third person and refer to “Biden.” These are the ones written just for this book.

      Volume One of this two-volume set recorded all of Biden’s tweets from January 20, 2021 to the end of June 2021. This Volume Two covers his tweets from the beginning of July 2021 to January 20, 2022.

      The chapters are numbered consecutively from Volume One through Volume Two. In that way, the chapter numbers correspond to the month number, except the last two chapters for this Volume Two.

 

Related Books

 

      This book is a follow-up to my book Trump’s 2020 Election Tweets, Georgia Phone Call, and January 2021 Speeches: Did Trump’s Claims of Election Fraud Lead to the Capital Building Uprising? and my book Alleged Corruption, Bias, and Fraud: Allegations of the Corruption of Joe Biden, Bias of the Media and Big Tech, and Fraud.

      The Trump’s Tweets book presents all that Trump said about the election from Election Day 2020 through the end of his presidency on January 20, 2021. The Corruption book covers events surrounding the disputed 2020 presidential election up the end of 2020.

      This Biden’s Tweets set then picks up the story in January 2021. It updates some points mentioned in the Corruption book. But further updates will be found in my forthcoming book Tragic Ending to Donald J. Trump’s Great Presidency: Capitol Building Uprising Leads to Impeachment 2.0, as Media and Big Tech Bias and Claims of Election Fraud Continues. It will cover events to the end of Trump’s presidency, plus the second impeachment and Senate trial that occurred in February 2021, plus additional later updates.

      Then my forthcoming book Trump Fights Back with Statements: Against the Lies of Joe Biden, Attacks from Dems, and the Bias of the Media and Big Tech will cover the same time period as this Biden’s Tweets set, except from Trump’s perspective.

      These books together cover the transition period from the presidency of Donald J. Trump into the presidency of Joseph R. Biden Jr.

      Add in my three-volume set Dems Cannot Beat Trump, So They Impeach Trump and my earlier book Tearing the USA Apart: From Kavanaugh, to Incivility, to Caravans, to Violence, to the 2018 Midterm Elections, and Beyond, and my politics website (www.Zeolla.org/Politics), and you have a detailed record of the entirety of the presidency of Donald J. Trump, on through the first year of Biden’s presidency.

 

Documentation for Comments

 

      The Bibliography in Appendix One of this book contains an extensive list of references documenting the claims I make in my comments. In digital versions of this book, those are clickable links. In that way, readers can finish reading this book then check out the linked to documentation of claims made.

      Extended quotes from these sources are in block quotes. However, extended Bible quotes are not, but they are easily identifiable by the superscript verse numbers. All Scripture quotes are from the author’s Analytical-Literal Translation of the Bible (ALT). Copyright © 1999-2022 by Gary F. Zeolla (www.Zeolla.org).

 


Chapters Excerpts

 

Chapter Eight

Biden’s @POTUS Tweets

Aug 2021

 

These Biden @POTUS Tweets are continued from Chapter Seven.

 

 

August 1, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      The Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal is the most important investment in public transit in American history and the most important investment in rail since the creation of Amtrak 50 years ago. Aug 1, 2021

 

Extended Comment

The “Bipartisan” Infrastructure Law

 

      I knew when a few RINOs voted for Biden’s infrastructure bill, he would tout it as “bipartisan.” But the fact remains, most Republicans voted against it, as it was too filled with pork unrelated to infrastructure for any real conservative to vote for it. As I documented in Volume One, I was only able to find what $650 billion of the $1.2 trillion price tag was targeted for. The other $550 billion remains elusive.

      But I did find it included forcing car manufacturers to include devices to prevent drunk drivers from starting their cars. That might be a good idea, but it has nothing to do with infrastructure and is fraught with possible negative consequences, like someone who just used mouthwash not being able to start his car in an emergency.

      That is why it and other non-infrastructure items needed to be debated and passed in separate bills, not hidden as “Easter eggs” in a massive package. But that is what is always done. Massive spending bills are passed, so that lawmakers can hide their pet projects into them and pass controversial items without any debate. Back to Biden.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      What is happening in America right now is a pandemic of the unvaccinated. People are dying — and will die — who don’t have to die. It’s an American tragedy.

https://twitter.com/i/status/1421931307341332480

[0:34 video] Aug 1, 2021

 

      To comment, though conservatives have criticized you for this terminology, it is correct. The odds of someone who is not vaccinated being hospitalized and even dying from Covid are far greater than for someone who is vaccinated. I will document such in my forthcoming Coronavirus book.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      When I arrived in office, it had been a long time since the federal government had worked hard for working people. We’re changing that every day.

https://twitter.com/i/status/1421973108270014467

[0:44 video] Aug 1, 2021

 

      To comment, nonsense. Total nonsense. Before Covid, Trump’s economic plans benefited all Americans, evidenced by the lowering of taxes for all Americans and the lowest unemployment rates ever for all special interest groups and Americans as a whole, while keeping inflation low. And Trump himself worked far harder than you ever do. He only slept four hours a night, while you call it a day before the sun sets.

 

August 2, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      We are prepared to deal with the surge in COVID-19 cases like never before. Unlike a year ago, we have the ability to save lives and keep our economy growing. We know we can dramatically lower the cases in the country. We can do this. Get vaccinated. Aug 2, 2021

 

      To comment, we do have the ability, but having the ability and doing it are two different things. As you increase vaccine hesitancy with your continual mask wearing, you ignore all of the other ways to deal with Covid, like therapeutics. If you were truly ready, you would have therapeutics ready to be given to everyone who is at risk from Covid as soon as they test positive. But sadly, that is not happening, and many are needlessly suffering and dying due to that failure.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      The bottom line is this: The Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal is a blue-collar blueprint to rebuild America that will help make our historic economic recovery a historic long-term boom. Aug 2, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      We can beat this virus, we just all have to do our part. Get vaccinated. https://twitter.com/i/status/1422214845861072899

[0:47 video] Aug 2, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Folks, we’ve officially reached our goal of 70% of adults receiving at least one dose of the vaccine. It’s incredible progress, but we still have further to go. If you haven’t already, get vaccinated. Let’s defeat this virus once and for all. Aug 2, 2021

 

      To comment, one dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines do little. I never understood why that was a goal, unless you knew persuading people to get the second dose given the greater risk of side effects would be too difficult. But that is only because all you know is guilting the vaccine hesitant, rather than responding to their concerns.

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Chapter Nine

Biden’s @POTUS Tweets

September 2021

 

 These Biden @POTUS Tweets are continued from Chapter Eight.

 

 

September 1, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      The U.S. military, our diplomatic corps, and intelligence professionals did their job throughout this airlift – and did it well – risking their lives to serve others in a mission of mercy.

https://twitter.com/i/status/1433055098150731777

[1:46 video] Sept 1, 2021

 

      To comment, yes, they did their jobs, as directed by you, but much to their chagrin. If they had it their way, they would not have left hundreds of Americans behind, along with 1,000s of our Afghan allies, to be tortured, raped, and executed by the Taliban. [Note: there is much discussion about the botched afghan withdrawal prior to this this book, with several Extended Comments about how very much Biden bungled the withdrawal.]

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Texas SB8 will impair women’s access to health care and, outrageously, deputizes private citizens to sue those they believe helped another person get a banned abortion. It’s a blatant violation of the right established under Roe V. Wade. We will protect and defend that right. Sept 1, 2021

 

      To comment, no. This Texas law is an attempt to save the life of the separate and distinct human being living within the mother, who is in no way a part of the mother’s body. That is the scientific and Biblical fact on the matter, as I make clear in my two-volume set God’s Sex Plan. As a Catholic, you should care about what the Bible teaches on this matter, but you have totally ignored it, in order to please the radical left.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      I look forward to welcoming President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine to the White House today to reaffirm America’s commitment to Ukraine’s sovereignty, territorial integrity, and Euro-Atlantic aspirations. Sept 1, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      This week, I met with state and local leaders from communities impacted by Hurricane Ida. It’s going to take a whole-of-government effort to recover, and we’re committed to providing federal support every step of the way.

https://twitter.com/i/status/1433077032557154305

[1:03 video] Sept 1, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      In my visit with President Zelenskyy today, I reaffirmed the United States’ support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity in the face of Russian aggression, our close cooperation on energy security, and our shared democratic values. [picture of masked Biden and Zelensky, with Biden reaching out to shake Zelensky’s hand, but Zelensky not reciprocating.] Sept 1, 2021

 

      To comment, but it took Trump to strengthen that support by providing the much-needed lethal weapons, including anti-tank Javelins, which were denied under the Obama/ Biden administration. I address this important point at length in my Impeach trilogy.

      Moreover, by reversing the energy independence we had under Trump and by allowing Germany to continue with its Nord Stream 2 Pipeline, which delivers natural gas from Russia to Germany, you have made the west dependent on Russia. That puts us in a weakened position in regard to sanctioning Russia if it engages in further aggression towards Ukraine.

      Also, you’re both wearing masks, but you want Zelensky to shake your hand? I guess you didn’t get the memo about elbow bumps.

 

September 2, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      The Supreme Court’s ruling overnight is an unprecedented assault on constitutional rights under Roe v. Wade. Complete strangers will now be empowered to inject themselves in the most private of health decisions. The law does not even allow exceptions in cases of rape or incest. Sept 2, 2021

 

      To comment, thank God SCOTUS is on its way to overturning Roe v. Wade, a disastrous and unconstitutional decision, with 63 million Americans killed since then. The worst holocaust ever in human history. Praise the LORD for the thousands of lives that will now be saved in Texas, and many more to come as other states follow suit.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      The dissents by Chief Justice Roberts, and Justices Breyer, Sotomayor, and Kagan all demonstrate the error of the Court’s action here powerfully. Sept 2, 2021

 

      To comment, the error was in 1973. If the Justices knew then what we know today about the pre-born baby, that disastrous decision would never been made. Just one look at a sonogram will show any thinking person that a child in the womb is a human being, separate and distinct from the mother, as I make clear in my two-volume set God’s Sex Plan.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      I am launching a whole-of-government effort to respond to this decision -- looking specifically to HHS and DOJ to see what steps the federal government can take to insulate those in Texas from this law and ensure access to safe and legal abortions as protected by Roe. Sept 2, 2021

 

      To comment, abortion is not and never should have been a federal issue. It is a states’ rights issue, as indicated by the 10th Amendment. Therefore, butt out with your unconstitutional federal power grab and leave this issue to the states, where it always should have been.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Tune in as I deliver remarks on our response to Hurricane Ida. https://twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1yNGaWLMDqQxj

[20:09 video] Sept 2, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      The past few days of Hurricane Ida, wildfires in the West, and unprecedented flash floods in New York and New Jersey are another reminder that the climate crisis is here. We need to be better prepared. That’s why I’m urging Congress to act and pass my Build Back Better plan. Sept 2, 2021

 

      To comment, hurricanes have been around since time immortal. They are only more disastrous now, because there are more people to be in the path of one. The NY and NJ problems are one and the same disaster but nothing unique. The wildfires in CA are due to forest mismanagement. Millions of dead trees that are never removed.

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The White House @WhiteHouse

      An update on vaccination: In mid-July, we were averaging 500,000 vaccinations per day. As of yesterday, we’re averaging 920,000 – an 80% increase. Today, +1.068M doses were reported administered over yesterday’s total – the highest daily total on a Wednesday since June 30.

     

President Biden @POTUS

      Let’s keep this progress going and defeat this virus.

      Get vaccinated: http://Vaccines.gov Sept 2, 2021

 

      To comment, that increase is probably due to the FDA giving full approval to the Pfizer vaccine. That is a good thing and was long coming. Fears about the Delta variant are also a factor. But it had nothing to do with you.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Over the last week, I’ve been in constant communication with FEMA as we respond to Ida. We’re working around the clock to ensure the impacted states have everything they need to recover and rebuild from this storm. [picture of a masked Biden and two masked females, with a FEMA sign in the background] Sept 2, 2021

 

      To comment, you have not been doing anything. It is the skilled personal at FEMA who have responded to disasters enough times to know what to do, without any need for input from you. You’re probably just distracting them from their jobs.

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Chapter Ten

Biden’s @POTUS Tweets

October 2021

 

These Biden @POTUS Tweets are continued from Chapter nine.

 

 

October 1, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Let me be clear: No hardworking American should be paying more in taxes than entire tech or oil companies. It’s long past time corporations pay their fair share. Oct 1, 2021

 

      To comment, no hardworking American does, not in terms of dollar amounts. You are misleading people by talking about percentages, without indicating such. You are also misleading people by not telling them when you raise taxes on tech and oil companies, they will pass that expense onto the American people.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Happy 97th Birthday to my dear friend, President Jimmy Carter. A humble servant of God. A beacon of light and moral clarity. A leader of extraordinary character, honor, and integrity. @FLOTUS and I send our love to you and Rosalynn on this special day. [black and white picture of a very young Biden and Carter together.] Oct 1, 2021

 

      To comment, what horror. The two worse Presidents of my lifetime.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Four years ago today, 60 lives were cut short — and countless more were forever changed — in a mass shooting in Las Vegas. Today we remember those lost and reaffirm our commitment to reducing gun violence across the country. Oct 1, 2021

 

      To comment, almost every mass shooter was raised without a father, as I document in my book God’s Sex Plan: Volume Two. Therefore, the way to reduce gun violence is to get fathers back in the homes. But your BBB Agenda will do the opposite; it will have the federal government replace fathers.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      We are going to deliver for the American people. [0:09 video of Biden walking besides Pelosi, both masked of course, despite both being vaccinated.] Oct 1, 2021

 

      To comment, you’re going to “deliver” runaway #Bidinflation by spending trillions in Monopoly money, causing much pain and suffering to the American people.

      Also, your continued mask wearing is why there is so much vaccine hesitancy. Every time you’re seen wearing one, it is a neon sign to the unvaccinated that the vaccines do not work.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      This week, I’ve been working closely with leaders in Congress to pass my Build Back Better Agenda and Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal. This is what we were elected to do and we will get it done. [black and white picture of Biden, Pelosi, and many others walking down a hallway, all masked, due to Pelosi’s silly mask rule I assume]. Oct 1, 2021

 

      To comment, your election was shaky at best. Dems in the House have all of a four-vote margin. The Senate is evenly split. That was not a mandate for such radical change in the economy and social structure of the USA as your BBB agenda entails.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      My Build Back Better Agenda and Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal are going to make a huge difference for the American people. Together, we’re going to get this done. [picture of Biden speaking before a large audience of people, with no social distancing but everyone wearing masks, except Biden as he is speaking.] Oct 1, 2021

 

      To comment, together, the $4.5 trillion price tag will bankrupt the USA. Worse, they will turn the USA into a socialist country. But maybe worse of all, the provisions of the latter will make fathers obsolete, as the federal government takes the place of fathers. That will lead to an increase in single-parenthood and the many accompanying problems. I explain such in my two-volume set, God’s Sex Plan. [Note: I dub Biden's BBB the Make Fathers Obsolete Plan elsewhere in the book and explain why in an Extended Comment]

 

October 2, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      During National Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month, we come together to reaffirm our commitment to ending domestic violence and supporting survivors. We must work to strengthen VAWA [Violence Against Women Act] and create a society where all people can thrive without fear of violence or abuse. Oct 2, 2021

 

      To comment, yes, domestic violence is bad, and steps should be taken to prevent it. But I don’t see how devoting an entire month to the cause does much of anything. Moreover, your pushing of the trans movement would allow men pretending to be women to be housed in domestic violence shelters. That is a nightmare to the real women in those shelters who are so traumatized by the men terrorizing them are afraid of all men, and that includes men pretending to be women.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      My Build Back Better Agenda and the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal will spur economic growth – creating and supporting 4 million jobs a year. As we continue our economic recovery, we can’t afford not to seize this opportunity. Oct 2, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Today, we mark another grim and heartbreaking milestone in this pandemic: over 700,000 Americans lost. As we acknowledge the tragic scale of this death toll, we must remember each person and the life they lived. Oct 2, 2021

 

      To comment, 300k of those 700k deaths occurred under you in just eight months, while 400k occurred under Trump in a year. By the time you get to the one-year mark of your presidency, deaths under you will have surpassed those under Trump. But you had three vaccines during your presidency. Just shows how much your Covid policies are failing.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      I’ve been working around the clock to pass my Build Back Better Agenda and the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal. It’s the platform I was elected on – and I intend to deliver it for the American people.

https://twitter.com/i/status/1444424556706471948

[0:24 video] Oct 2, 2021

      To comment, actually, you were elected because you were not-Trump. That’s it. The vast majority of people who voted for you did not vote for you but against Trump, due to all of the lies the media and you told about Trump, from the Trump-Russia collusion hoax to Trump having botched his Covid response. All lies, but they worked, and we got incompetent you instead.

 

Chapter Eleven

Biden’s @POTUS Tweets

November 2021

 

These Biden @POTUS Tweets are continued from Chapter Ten.

 

 

November 1, 2021

 

      To comment, most of the following tweets from November 1,2 are about Biden’s attendance at the world climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland. It was attended by the leaders of about 100 countries. They all flew there in private jets. By doing so, they created more carbon emissions than a hundred average USA citizens would emit in an entire year.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      President Biden is in Glasgow today meeting with leaders from around the world about fighting climate change. National Climate Advisor Gina McCarthy explains what @COP26 is and why it’s so important:

https://twitter.com/i/status/1455150929687220229

[1:00 video] Nov 1, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Health care should be a right — not a privilege. And with the beginning of the open enrollment period today, we can continue delivering on that promise. Signing up is easy — simply go to http://HealthCare.gov and select the plan that works best for you and your family. Nov 1, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Today, I’m in Glasgow to kick off COP26. Climate change is the challenge of our collective lifetimes — the existential threat to human existence as we know it. And every day we delay, the cost of inaction increases. Let this be the moment that we answer history’s call. Nov 1, 2021

 

      To comment, if climate change is such an “existential threat” then why did you fall asleep during the conference?

 

      Presidents — they’re just like us: Social media erupted on Monday [11/1/21] when a viral video appeared to show President Biden dozing off during opening speeches at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference.

      The 78-year-old Biden – who warned military service members this summer that top Pentagon officials consider climate change to be the “greatest threat” to America’s national security in the coming years – sat with his arms crossed, appearing to drift in and out of sleep, in video shared by Washington Post reporter Zach Purser Brown.

      “Biden appears to fall asleep during COP26 opening speeches,” Purser Brown wrote to caption a video that showed Biden closing his eyes for extended periods of time before an aide approached him with some type of message. Biden was also seen wiping his eyes and the video quickly went viral, with many mocking the president for appearing to take a quick nap.

      Former President Trump has long referred to his political rival as “Sleepy Joe” and Monday’s video presumably won’t help make that nickname go away anytime soon. However, many conservatives joked that Biden nodding off during the climate conference was the most relatable thing he’s done as president (Fox News. Biden appears).

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Climate change is already ravaging our world. It’s not a hypothetical threat — it’s destroying people’s lives and livelihoods every day. We have to act. Nov 1, 2021

 

      To comment, we are seeing adverse climate events that have occurred for eons.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      I had a great meeting with President Joko Widodo of Indonesia this afternoon. We’re committed to strengthening the partnership between our two nations — and I look forward to the work ahead under Indonesia’s forthcoming G20 Presidency. [picture of Biden and Widodo shaking hands but wearing masks.] Nov 1, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      It isn’t just our moral obligation to combat climate change — it’s an economic imperative. The future will belong to those who act now to harness the power of a clean energy economy. Nov 1, 2021

 

      To comment, your focus on green energy will make America ill-prepared when a natural or manmade disaster creates an energy crisis.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      There’s no substitute for face-to-face diplomacy. I’m here at COP26 to make sure that we meet the moment on climate, and kick off a decade of ambition, action, and innovation to preserve our shared future. [3 picture collage of Biden at the summit] Nov 1, 2021

 

      To comment, so that is your excuse for the massive amount of carbon emissions created by a hundred world leaders traveling by private planes to Glasgow.

 

November 2, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      We’ve reached a deal on prescription drug prices. Read more about how this lowers drug costs:

      President Biden Announces Prescription Drug Pricing Plan in Build Back Better Framework. https://t.co/I1LU8RmbjC?amp=1 Nov 2, 2021

 

      To comment, there are three points to Biden’s plan:

1.       Finally let Medicare negotiate drug prices.

2.       Impose a tax penalty if drug companies increase their prices faster than inflation.

3.       Directly lower out-of-pocket costs for seniors.

 

      To comment on these points, I am all for lowering prescription drug costs. However, it needs to be done in a way that does not stifle drug companies’ investments into developing new drugs. And I fear, these steps will do just that.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Today, following a rigorous review and authorization process by the FDA, the CDC has formally recommended the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children 5-11. This is encouraging news, and a major step forward for our nation in our fight to defeat the virus.

      Statement of President Joe Biden on Vaccinations for Children Age Five to 11. https://t.co/JjaLbqTDTp?amp=1 Nov 2, 2021

 

      To comment, the statement begins:

      Today, we have reached a turning point in our battle against COVID-19: authorization of a safe, effective vaccine for children age 5 to 11. It will allow parents to end months of anxious worrying about their kids, and reduce the extent to which children spread the virus to others. It is a major step forward for our nation in our fight to defeat the virus.

 

      To comment on this statement and authorization, if children were at great risk from Covid, this would be great news. But the facts are, they are not. The cost/ benefit ratio is just not near as apparent with this age group as it is with older age groups. As such, it will be a tough sale to get parents to have their children in this group vaccinated.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      I left COP26 today feeling as optimistic as I ever have about our path forward on climate. We’re leading the way, and we’re going to get this done. [four picture of collage of Biden at the conference] Nov 2, 2021

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President Biden @POTUS

      There’s no more time to waste when it comes to combating climate change. Let this be the moment we answer history’s call. Let COP26 be the start of a decade of transformative action that preserves our planet and raises the quality of life for people everywhere. We can do this. Nov 2, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Tune in as I hold a press conference from COP26 in Glasgow. https://twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1RDGlgXRbRkKL

[30:55 video] Nov 2, 2021

 

      To comment, as I discussed in an extended comment on climate change in Volume One, I am not a “climate denier.” I think it is obvious we are doing something to the environment with all of the soot we are spewing into the atmosphere. However, any changeover to green energy needs to be done in such a way in which there are not significant price increases for consumers, and in which does not lead to shortages, even in times of crisis. But we are nowhere there yet.

 

Chapter Fourteen

End of First Year Comments

 

      This final chapter of this two-volume set will present several Extended Comments concerning the final days of the first year of the presidency of Joseph R. Biden, Jr.

 

 

December and Year End Economic Reports

 

      Biden can try to spin the economic news at the end of his first year in office, but the facts are it is not doing very well.

      Consumer inflation is running at 7%, the highest level in forty years. Wholesale inflation is almost at double-digits. Inflation is outpacing wage increases. Supply chain problems persist. Retail sales are down. Businesses are still struggling to find workers, even as new unemployment claims rose. All of that is why consumer confidence is down.

 

      Consumer prices rose 7% in the 12 months ending in December, according to data released Wednesday [1/12/22] by the Labor Department, ticking up only slightly after a massive surge in recent months but still marking the highest reading in nearly 40 years…

      The overall increase was the result of broad gains across most consumer goods and services, the government said, pointing to rising prices for shelter, food and used cars as some of the largest contributors (Forbes. Inflation Spiked).

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Voting Rights Bills vs. Election Integrity Laws

 

      Some of the tweets in the previous chapter were about Biden’s voting rights speeches before and on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, January 17, 2022. In them, he promoted the two voting rights bill being considered in Congress, the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and the Freedom to Vote Act. He also criticized the election integrity laws being passed in red states.

 

Strong Rhetoric:

      Biden’s rhetoric was really over the top:

      “Do you want to be on the side of Dr. [Martin Luther] King or George Wallace? Do you want to be on the side of John Lewis or Bull Connor? Do you want to be on the side of Abraham Lincoln or Jefferson Davis? This is the moment to decide, to defend our elections, to defend our democracy. If you do that you will not be alone”

 

      Comparing those who support voting integrity laws to racists and the Confederacy President is despicable. That is about as divisive as you can get. It is tantamount to comparing these laws to slavery. Even a Democrat Senator admitted such rhetoric was excessive:

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Updated Covid Numbers at the End of Biden’s First Year

 

      Joe Biden was inaugurated as President on January 20, 2021. The day before, he held a solemn outdoor commemorative ceremony about the USA passing the grim milestone of 400,000 deaths from Covid. At that time, he was blaming President Trump for all of the Covid deaths.

      Here we are, one year later, January 19, 2022, and NBC Radio News announced this morning that we stand at 885,000 Covid deaths. That means, 485,000 Americans have died from Covid under Biden, or 85,000 more than died under Trump. I think Biden owes Trump an apology, as does every Democrat and newscaster who vilified Trump’s Covid response.

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Biden’s First Presser in Ten Months

 

      Joe Biden held his first formal press conference in ten months on Wednesday, January 19, 2022. It lasted almost two hours. That in itself was surprising. Many think his health, both physical and mental, is failing. Maybe he went so long to try to prove them wrong.

      However, you could tell at times he was struggling to give answers, with long pauses between words. Maybe that was due to his stuttering problem. Or maybe it was because he was struggling cognitively. But I think it was to give him time to make up his next lie. And lie he did.

      He biggest lies were about the topic just addressed—the voter integrity laws being passed in red states. I will not repeat what was just said in that regard but will move onto other issues that were addressed in this press conference.

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Reviews of Biden’s First Year in Office

 

      As Biden ended his first year, many news outlets posted articles reviewing that year. In this section, I will present excerpts from those reviews, separated into conservative and liberal news sources. But first, the White House’s own review:

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References:

      Forbes. Inflation Spiked Another 7% In December—Hitting New 39-Year High As Fed’s Price Concerns Rattle Markets.

      Fox News. Biden appears to fall asleep during climate speech despite claiming it’s ‘greatest threat’ to US security.

 

Joe Biden Tweets During the First Year of His Failing Presidency: Volume Two: Reversing Trump, while Dividing and Destroying America: August 2021 through January 2022 Copyrighted © 2022 by Gary F. Zeolla.


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