Joseph Robinette Biden, the 46th President of the United States who won 81 million votes in the 2020 election, barely received more than 10 thousand views on the White House YouTube channel for his 4th of July speech.
Joe Biden, the most revered and popular President in the history of the United States, barely managed to get just over 10 thousand views on his 4th of July speech on the White House YouTube channel. Biden struggled to read off the teleprompter, attempting to put words together, shouting and repeatedly coughing for a whopping 15 minutes in celebration of Independence Day.
As of right now, the total number of views received on the video posted by the White House YouTube channel is just over 11 thousand, nearly 4 times less than the crowd size that attended President Donald Trump’s rally on July 3, just one day before.
Biden, squinting his eyes to read off the script, pausing indiscriminately to gather his presidential thoughts, shouted about DC memorials and past Presidents. Biden mentioned Thomas Jefferson, who he says “literally changed the world.”
“We’re back traveling again, we’re back seeing onurnuther [sic] again,” slurred Biden, touting the reopening of America following the economically devastating dystopian COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns, quarantines, social distancing, and mask mandates.
“We’ve got a lot more work to do, but just as our Declaration in 1776 was not a call to action, was a call to action, not a reason for complacency, or a claim of victory, it was a call to action,” continued Biden. “Today we have the power of science. Thanks to our heroic vaccine effort we’ve gained the upper hand against this virus.”
“Don’t get me wrong, COVID-19 has isn’t has [sic] not been vanquished. We all know powerful variants have emerged like the Delta Variant,” said Biden. “But the best defense against these variants…is to get vaccinated,” creepily whispered the President followed by a cough.
“And we all remember all those who lost this year, that we lost, and families lost to other causes, other causes of death and cruel twist of fate,” mumbled Biden. “Know that the heal, you have to remember, we have to remember them, and we will.”
Biden said Americans have the “right to rise in the world as far as your God given (inaudible) can take you, unlimited by barriers” of privilege or power. “And today we see the results of the unity of purpose. The unity of purpose and f-forging in our natio – we’re forging in our nation. For together, we’re beating the virus.”
President Donald Trump, who recently held “Save America” rallies in Ohio and Florida, saw record crowds of over 45 thousand people. While the videos of his rallies have been widely unreported on by mainstream media outlets and nearly impossible to find online due to censorship, clips and reports of the rallies have amounted to hundreds of thousands of views. In a recent statement, President Trump said the tens of thousands of supporters who stood “in the pouring rain,” coming from “near and “far” to hear him speak just want “HOPE for their Great Country Again.”
“Their arms are outstretched, they cry over the Rigged Election-and the RINOs have no idea what this movement is all about. In fact, they are perhaps are biggest problem. We will never save our Country or be great again unless Republicans get TOUGH and get SMART!” said President Trump.
Back in 2019 at President Trump’s “Salute To America” speech, hundreds of thousands of patriotic Americans poured into DC to hear the President speak on the 4th of July. Viewers can see the full crowd stretch all the way back to the Washington Monument.