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In Speech, Biden Spreads Falsehoods About COVID Infection From Vaccinated

President Joe Biden lies so often and with such ease that one wonders if he’s that devious or really cannot remember what he says from day to day.

The latest episode came in Biden’s comments Thursday in Illinois, where he attempted to pump up the case of his Stalinist vaccine mandate.

During his remarks, Biden, who promised to bring Americans together, repeated his line about the current COVIUD-19 situation being a “pandemic of the unvaccinated.”

He then went on at length about how vaccine mandates were good, especially when private companies were doing the government’s work for it by requiring shots for workers.

But at one point, the president noted, “My administration is now requiring federal workers to be vaccinated. We’ve also required federal contractors to be vaccinated. If you have a contract with the federal government, working for the federal government, you have to be vaccinated.”

“We’re requiring active-duty military to be vaccinated,” he added. “We’re making sure healthcare workers are vaccinated, because if you seek care at a healthcare facility, you should have the certainty that the pro- — the people providing that care are protected from COVID and cannot spread it to you.”

In short, get the shot and you won’t give COVID to others.

Yet that’s not what Biden said less than three months ago.

In May, Biden had declared, “Today is a great day for America.”

 He did so after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said vaccinated people no longer had to wear masks. The Associated Press even noted how Biden made a big deal of this, when, while meeting with vaccinated Republican lawmakers, “he led the group in removing their masks when the guidance was announced.”

“If you are fully vaccinated, you no longer need to wear a mask,” he added. “Get vaccinated — or wear a mask until you do.”

But in July, that changed.

Biden reversed himself right after the CDC did.

“The CDC recommends you wear a mask when you’re in public and indoors, like work or in a grocery store. That’s true for both the vaccinated and the unvaccinated,” he said.

“Why? Because even if you’ve been fully vaccinated and protected from severe illness from COVID-19, you could have the Delta variant in your system and spread it to someone who isn’t vaccinated.”

“We need to wear masks to protect each other and to stop the rapid spread of this virus as we work to get more people vaccinated,” Biden added.

Later in that same event, a reporter asked Biden about if he was trying to pressure workplaces to set up vaccinated versus invacinated.

In his response, Biden noted that he had been asked why people who were vaccinated still get COVID.

“Well, you got anywhere from 2 to 3 percent, on average — the last study done — that can still get COVID. They don’t get very sick. They don’t get hospitalized. It’s not serious, but they can catch it. And the concern is they may be able to pass it on.”

So, which is it? Get a shot and you don’t spread it? Or get a shot and wear a mask because you can spread it?

If he’s asked tomorrow, Biden may revert back to his answer from the spring.

Here’s one more thing to consider.

When former President Donald Trump left office, roughly 400,000 Americans had died from COVID. Today, that number is about 710,000.

As a candidate, Biden promised to “shut down” the virus. Did he fib about that too?

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