Biden Mocks FREEDOM Lovers In Latest Town Hall Event

Written By BlabberBuzz | Saturday, 23 October 2021 12:00

President Joe Biden said police officers and emergency workers who refuse COVID-19 vaccination should stay home or be ousted, as he answered questions during a CNN town hall on Thursday evening.

"Yes, and yes," he said.

"By the way, I waited until July to talk about mandating because I tried everything else possible. Mandates are working."

Biden went to Baltimore for the town hall. He gave his broadest update yet on discussions to break the deadlock on his enormous social spending plans.

His $3.4 trillion programs and a smaller infrastructure plan will probably diminish in light of differences between centrists and progressives.

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 JOHN EASTMAN ALREADY PLEAD THE FIFTH AHEAD OF JAN 6 COMMITTEE APPEARANCEbell_image

In a headline-packed 90 minutes, he said he was cutting programs to pay for the spending with a corporate tax hike, that he was thinking of giving in the National Guard to ease supply chain problems, and would support Taiwan if it was attacked.

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 NO CHOICE: UNIVERSITIES BANNING STUDENTS WHO DO NOT HAVE BOOSTERbell_image

But he also maintained his position on vaccine mandates in firm terms.

The U.S. has lingered behind other wealthy nations in protecting people against COVID-19.

A series of mandates for federal workers and for companies with more than 100 staff triggered angry protests and reports of people being fired or resigning in protest.

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 WATCH: WHOOPI GOLDBERG SLAMS ALL MALES THAT DISCUSS ABORTIONbell_image

"Two things that concern me," he said. "One, are those who just try to make this a political issue - freedom. 'I have the freedom to kill you with my COVID. Come on."

Then he examined what he called "misinformation" about the death of former Secretary of State Colin Powell that centered on the fact he was fully vaccinated.

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 MUST WATCH: BIDEN'S BEHAVIOR SHOWS JUST HOW LITTLE HE THINKS OF HIS OWN RULESbell_image

"Well he knew he had serious underlying conditions, and it would be difficult," said Biden.

"He clearly would have been gone earlier had he not gotten the vaccine."

At the start of the night, he was asked about his plans for a multi-trillion dollar social spending bill, which is currently deadlocked in Washington.

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 WHITE HOUSE NOW PLACES BLAME ON OMICRON FOR SUPPLY CHAIN ISSUESbell_image

Progressives want to push through a huge social spending bill while centrists - Sen. Kyrsten Sinema and Sen. Joe Manchin - are trying to reduce the bill's price from its original $3.4 trillion.

Biden offered the centrists a concession, backing away from a corporate tax increase to pay for his Build Back Better agenda.

Host Anderson Cooper urged him on whether he would launch a proposed increase in corporate take to help fund trillions of dollars in new spending.

"No, I don't think we're going to be able to get the votes," he said.

He had aspired to increase the corporate tax rate from 21 percent to 28 percent for the biggest companies, prompting warnings that it could hamper growth and that the costs would be passed on to workers and consumers.

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