Democrat President Joe Biden boasted that the U.S. government has bought enough COVID-19 vaccines to inject “all children between the ages of 5 and 11 in the United States,” despite the fact that many parents do not believe it is necessary to vaccinate their children for COVID-19.
“Now I know uh, parents out there are anxiously waiting for a vaccine for children ages five to 11,” Biden stated without providing evidence for this claim. “The good news is the FDA and outside experts from the CDC are set to make its determination as to whether the vaccine will be authorized for that age range in the next few weeks.”
Biden continued, “If authorized, We are ready. We have purchased enough vaccines for all children, between the ages of 5 and 11, in the United States, and we’ll be, it’ll be convenient for parents to get their children vaccinated at trusted locations, and families will be able to sleep easier at night knowing their kids are protected.”
BIDEN: “We are ready. We have purchased enough vaccines for all children, between the ages of 5 and 11, in the United States…families will be able to sleep easier at night knowing their kids are protected.”pic.twitter.com/IFkaESL4Sx
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On Wednesday, Biden forced himself to apologize to the audience for forgetting and mispronouncing a name that he was unable to read from his teleprompter during some prepared remarks:
Democrat President Joe Biden paused his prepared remarks on Wednesday to apologize to a member of the audience for butchering of pronunciation of their name, even though the name appeared to be right in front of him on the teleprompter.
“I’m joined by the executive director of the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, Gene Suroka, and uh, and Mariorrr, Mario Cordono,” Biden said, tightly closing his eyes in what appeared to be an attempt to force himself to remember the name and pronounce it correctly.Advertisement - story continues below
“Um, I mis- I apologize,” Biden said, turning to the audience. “Mario, um, that uh, and the president international longshoreman’s union Willie Adams.”