Did Joe Biden Just Admit a HUGE Mistake?

Joe Biden just did another softball interview with ABC News.

The interview was clearly done to try to help Joe Biden recover from his disastrous polling.

However, Biden made one statement in that interview that we need to take a much closer look at.

Admitting Failure

Biden was given a chance to clean up the notion that this administration has botched Omicron.

ABC News anchor David Muir asked Biden, “Three days before Christmas, if you look out across the country, you see it everywhere, these long lines, people waiting for hours outside in the cold, just to get tested, to be reassured before they spend time with their family.

“If you go to the pharmacy, we hear this over and over again, empty shelves, no test kits. Is that a failure?”

Biden answered, “I don’t think it’s a failure.

“I think it’s — you could argue that we should have known a year ago, six months ago, two months ago, a month ago.

“I wish I had thought about ordering a half a billion…two months ago.”

First, Biden ran his entire campaign around his COVID plan, but there was never a plan.

He was supposed to expand testing, which should have already been in place and ready to go for another outbreak.

An outbreak, mind you, that everyone on the planet, save members of this administration, had predicted was coming.

With that in mind, testing kits should have been stockpiled, but Biden just announced on Tuesday that he had ordered 500 million kits that will be available free.

That, however, was another lie.

The New York Times reported that the contracts for the testing kits have not even been signed yet, and they likely will not be signed until sometime next week.

Jennifer Nuzzo, who helps track testing trends with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, stated, “That’s not a plan — it’s a hope.”

So, if the kits are not secured until next week, it is a fairly safe assumption that it will take at least a couple of months for those kits to be delivered and available.

Let’s also not forget that the website to place the orders for the free kits is not even up and running yet.

Point being, by the time the kits are available, we will be headed into spring and the winter surge will be over.

Former Harvard professor Dr. Michael Mina, chief science officer of eMed, stated, “Had this been started a long time ago, maybe things would be a bit different.

“But this is where we are now, and we kind of have to deal with it.”

Even the manufacturers of the test kits are pushing back, stating that they are already overwhelmed with orders and cannot meet the current demand, let alone a bulk order of 500 million more test kits.

Biden has lied before, but this one really takes the cake.

Add this to the list of impeachable offenses he has committed since taking the keys to the Oval Office.

We all know how the media would have reacted had Trump or any Republican been caught in such a lie.

This must be exposed, and those still drinking this man’s Kool-Aid need to realize just how much of a liar and fraud he really is.

Source: New York Post, New York Times, & Fox News

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