Ladies and gentleman,
I present to you…
“Mr. 81 Million votes.”
Poor guy looks lost and not there pic.twitter.com/c2WIhMwQrp
— Luke Rudkowski (@Lukewearechange) January 17, 2021
Watch that again.
Or maybe 2 or 3 more times.
Does the guy actually know where he is?
This footage was taken today at the end of his press conference where he outlined the plans for his administration.
In the footage below, it sounds like Biden is actually about to fall ASLEEP during the press conference.
Biden: "When I announced I would not run in 2015, I said I had one regret… that I wouldn't get to be the President to preside over the end of cancer as we know it. God willing, the 20th of this month, in a couple days, as President I'm going to do everything to get that done." pic.twitter.com/dAUpm8R4dk
— The Hill (@thehill) January 16, 2021
No wonder Trump called him Sleepy Joe!
And in case you weren’t scared yet…
Joe Biden plans to strong-arm the power of the Presidency and jam through as much of his policy as possible through executive actions.
The New York Times confirms:
President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr., inheriting a collection of crises unlike any in generations, plans to open his administration with dozens of executive directives on top of expansive legislative proposals in a 10-day blitz meant to signal a turning point for a nation reeling from disease, economic turmoil, racial strife and now the aftermath of the assault on the Capitol.
Mr. Biden’s team has developed a raft of decrees that he can issue on his own authority after the inauguration on Wednesday to begin reversing some of President Trump’s most hotly disputed policies. Advisers hope the flurry of action, without waiting for Congress, will establish a sense of momentum for the new president even as the Senate puts his predecessor on trial.
On his first day in office alone, Mr. Biden intends a flurry of executive orders that will be partly substantive and partly symbolic. They include rescinding the travel ban on several predominantly Muslim countries, rejoining the Paris climate change accord, extending pandemic-related limits on evictions and student loan payments, issuing a mask mandate for federal property and interstate travel and ordering agencies to figure out how to reunite children separated from families after crossing the border, according to a memo circulated on Saturday by Ron Klain, his incoming White House chief of staff, and obtained by The New York Times.
The blueprint of executive action comes after Mr. Biden announced that he will push Congress to pass a $1.9 trillion package of economic stimulus and pandemic relief, signaling a willingness to be aggressive on policy issues and confronting Republicans from the start to take their lead from him.
He also plans to send sweeping immigration legislation on his first day in office providing a pathway to citizenship for 11 million people in the country illegally. Along with his promise to vaccinate 100 million Americans for the coronavirus in his first 100 days, it is an expansive set of priorities for a new president that could be a defining test of his deal-making abilities and command of the federal government.
We hope that Republican Senators and Representatives continue to hold firm to America First!
We must continue to fight for Trump’s policies and agenda just as he has fought for us!