Watch Jake Tapper go After Vice President Joe Biden for Spreading False Information About H1N1 in 2009
The COVID messaging has been grossly mishandled by Joe Biden’s team.
And Joe is to blame for a lot of the perplexity that everyone is experiencing.
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He struggles to form complete sentences, and when he does, he frequently misstates, flip-flops, or contradicts assertions relating COVID.
And now we’re seeing that Joe is no stranger to spreading pandemic falsehoods…
We pulled found an old tweet with a “flashback” video demonstrating Biden’s poor handling of H1N1 (swine flu).
Please notice that the reporter in this video is Jake Tapper.
He sounds like a legitimate reporter, not a DNC stooge, so you won’t recognize him.
What a long way Jake has sunk.
Watch the following video:
Joe Biden will again politicize coronavirus today. But his record on pandemics is one of incompetence.
During the 2009 swine flu outbreak, Biden made reckless comments unsupported by science & the experts.
The Obama Admin had to clean up his mess & apologize for his ineptitude. pic.twitter.com/5TCKZeShkz
— Trump War Room (@TrumpWarRoom) March 12, 2020
Vice President Joe Biden said he wouldn’t recommend flying a commercial flight or riding in a subway car since the swine flu virus can spread in tight spaces, according to White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs.
“Obviously, we would apologize if somebody was too alarmed for whatever reason. And I trust that my words, as well as those of people at the CDC and Secretary Napolitano, have adequately clarified what he meant to say,” Gibbs said during the White House daily briefing.
The Obama administration was anxious that Biden’s words would provoke alarm because they were out of step with Barack Obama’s more controlled remarks.
In an interview with NBC’s “Today” show on Thursday, Biden stated, “I would advise members of my family — and I have — I wouldn’t travel anywhere in restricted places now,” Biden said. “It’s not going to Mexico,” says the narrator. It’s the fact that you’re in a small plane. When one passenger sneezes, it travels the length of the plane. That’s me on the left. …
“So, from my point of view, it’s all about mitigation. It’s one thing to be out in the middle of a field when someone sneezes. If you’re in a confined space, such as a plane or train,
Joe’s handling of H1N1 explains why he’s so awful at COVID.
And just think, in 2009, Joe still had some of his wits about him.
Joe, on the other hand, no longer has reporters (except perhaps Doocy) holding his feet to the fire.