For the first time, Biden from the White House addressed the press on Thursday night.
He did it to note the first anniversary since the first lockdown announced by Former President Donald Trump from the Oval Office.
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President Biden also said that Trump is the one to be blamed because of this situation.
“A year ago, we were hit with a virus that was met with silence. It spread unchecked. Denials for days, weeks, then months. That led to more deaths, more infections, more stress, and more loneliness.”
Until March 11, 2020, Trump made numerous decisions regarding the fight against coronavirus. Maybe he did wrong when he said that the virus would be over soon and admitted downplaying its impact to calm down the people, but he was never silent about it.
Also, Trump never denied that the virus is a severe threat to Americans’ health.
In my view, the only one silent during that time was the Congress and Democrats. They were too busy impeaching Donald Trump!
From Breitbart, we can see what politicians “wasted” their precious time on!
- “January 11: Chinese state media report the first known death from an illness originating in the Wuhan market.
- January 15: The House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Speaker holds a vote to send articles of impeachment to the Senate. Pelosi and House Democrats celebrate the “solemn” occasion with a signing ceremony, using commemorative pens. That same day, the first person with coronavirus in the United States arrives from China, where he had been in Wuhan.
- January 21: The first American coronavirus case is confirmed at a clinic in Snohomish County, Washington.
- January 23: The House impeachment managers make their opening arguments for removing President Trump.
- January 23: China closes off Wuhan’s city, ultimately slowing coronavirus spread to the rest of China.
- January 27: The White House convenes a special task force to deal with coronavirus’s emerging threat.
- January 29: The president chairs a meeting of the White House coronavirus task force for the first time.
- January 30: Senators begin asking two days of both sides’ questions in the president’s impeachment trial.
January 30: The World Health Organization declares a global health emergency as coronavirus continues to spread.
- January 31: The Senate holds a vote on whether to allow further witnesses and documents in the impeachment trial.
- January 31: President Trump declares a national health emergency and imposes a ban on travel to and from China. Former Vice President Joe Biden calls Trump’s decision “hysterical xenophobia … and fear-mongering.”
- February 2: The first death from coronavirus outside China is reported in the Philippines.
- February 3: House impeachment managers begin closing arguments, calling Trump a threat to national security.
- February 4: President Trump talks about coronavirus in his State of the Union address; Pelosi rips up every page.
- February 5: The Senate votes to acquit President Trump on both impeachment articles, 52-48 and 53-47.
- February 5: House Democrats finally take up coronavirus in the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asia.”
At that time, China said that the virus could not transmit among people and denied the fact that Wuhan is its source. Biden confronted Trump’s decision for a travel ban on China, and in April 2020, he realized Trump made the perfect decision.
Trump was very aware of the situation’s seriousness, advising people that their health is at high risk.
On January 30, 2020, Trump spoke in Des Moines, Iowa.
“Hopefully, everything’s going to be great. They have somewhat of a problem, but hopefully, it’s all going to be great. But, we’re working with China just so you know, and other countries very, very closely, so it doesn’t get out of hand, but it’s something that we have to be very, very careful with, right? We have to be very careful.”
Biden and his team of Democrats didn’t want to work with Trump. They even advised him to give up authority.
Later, when Trump created Operation Warp Speed, Biden and his team doubted the effort. In his final presidential debate, Biden said there was “no prospect that there’s going to be a vaccine available for the majority of the American people before the middle of next year.”
Currently, that prospect is real! But, Biden didn’t say thanks to Trump. He continued to blame Trump for the deaths due to coronavirus.
President Joe Biden closed his address, saying that the triumph over the pandemic is the result of “national unity.”