President Biden gave a prime–time address last evening on the anniversary of the pandemic. The adjectives to describe the speech would be: imperious, chimerical, surreal, fallacious, lugubrious, mendacious, and above all, disquieting.
The Right Wire Report has composed 30 questions for the Legacy Media to provide answers for all Americans pertaining to the content of the speech.
1. Did Biden tell the truth to the American people when he claimed Trump met the pandemic challenge with silence and allowed it to spread unchecked, denials for days, weeks, then months – that led to more deaths, more infections, more stress, and more loneliness?
“Good evening my fellow Americans. Tonight, I’d like to talk to you about where we are as we mark one year since everything stopped because of this pandemic. A year ago, we were hit with a virus that was met with silence and spread unchecked, denials for days, weeks, then months. That led to more deaths, more infections, more stress, and more loneliness.”
Hat /tip Joel Pollak – Breitbart
“China denied responsibility, but President Donald Trump acted immediately — partly over Joe Biden’s objections. By March 11, 2020, President Trump had already taken many decisive actions against the coronavirus. The only “silence” was from Congress, where Democrats were busy impeaching Trump, wasting precious weeks on politics:
- January 11: Chinese state media report the first known death from an illness originating in the Wuhan market.
- January 15: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) holds a vote to send articles of impeachment to the Senate. Pelosi and House Democrats celebrate the “solemn” occasion with a signing ceremony, using commemorative pens. That same day, the first person with coronavirus in the United States arrives from China, where he had been in Wuhan.
- January 21: The first American case of coronavirus is confirmed at a clinic in Snohomish County, Washington.
- January 23: The House impeachment managers make their opening arguments for removing President Trump.
- January 23: China closes off the city of Wuhan completely to slow the spread of coronavirus to the rest of China.
- January 27: The White House convenes a special task force to deal with the emerging threat of coronavirus.
- January 29: The president chairs a meeting of the White House coronavirus task force for the first time.
- January 30: Senators begin asking two days of questions of both sides in the president’s impeachment trial.
- January 30: The World Health Organization declares a global health emergency as coronavirus continues to spread.
- January 31: The Senate holds a vote on whether to allow further witnesses and documents in the impeachment trial.
- January 31: President Trump declares a national health emergency and imposes a ban on travel to and from China. Former Vice President Joe Biden calls Trump’s decision “hysterical xenophobia … and fear-mongering.”
- February 2: The first death from coronavirus outside China is reported in the Philippines.
- February 3: House impeachment managers begin closing arguments, calling Trump a threat to national security.
- February 4: President Trump talks about coronavirus in his State of the Union address; Pelosi rips up every page.
- February 5: The Senate votes to acquit President Trump on both articles of impeachment, 52-48 and 53-47.
- February 5: House Democrats finally take up coronavirus in the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asia.
Biden opposed Trump’s travel ban on China for more than two months, finally admitting in April 2020 that it was the correct policy.”
2. Is it unifying to accuse the former president falsely of denying the pandemic and not having a strategic plan, then take credit for the plan and vaccines you inherited?
3. Did the 46th President tell the truth when he made this statement?
“As of now, total deaths in America, 527,726. That’s more deaths than in World War I, World War II, the Vietnam War, and 9/11 combined.”
The Washington Post indicates not so much …
4. What caused the job losses and devastating effects on the booming US economy? Was it the virus or local and state governments mandating lockdowns? Did all states lose massive employment or mostly the Blue States who implemented draconian measures?
“You lost your job, you closed your business, facing eviction, homelessness, hunger, a loss of control. Maybe worst of all a loss of hope. Watching a generation of children who may be set back up to a year or more because they’ve not been in school because of their loss of learning. “
5. Is it true that the Blue State governors delayed vaccine distributions while Trump was still in office during the transition?
6. Did President Trump support the opening of all schools in 2020? Did the CDC support opening of all schools in 2020? Have most private schools been open in 2020/2021? Are the majority of Public Schools still closed because of the Teachers Union demands?
7. Did Biden tell the truth when he touted the American Rescue Plan as COVID relied targeted on helping Americans get through the pandemic? Does that bill have tremendous amounts of legislation (pork) that does not pertain to the virus or mitigation of its effects? Did the Unions get $86 billion? Did fiscally mismanaged the Blue States for over a decade get a bailout?
“I just want the truth. The truth. Just tell me the truth … Think of that. My fellow Americans, you’re owed nothing less than the truth. And for all of you asking when things will get back to normal, here is the truth.”
San Francisco Chronicle:
“The bill will erase the majority of San Francisco’s projected $650 million budget deficit over the next two years, saving City Hall from having to make painful service cuts and layoffs — for now.
The $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package passed by the US Senate wipes out New York State’s projected budget deficit — possibly negating the need for hefty tax hikes or spending cuts, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s office said Monday.”
8. What evidence can you provide that the cited claims of anti-Asian American hate crimes were motivated by COVID-related targeting or scapegoating?
“The things we used to do that always filled us with joy have become things we couldn’t do and broke our hearts. Too often, we’ve turned against one another. A mask, the easiest thing to do to save lives, sometimes it divides us. States pitted against one another instead of working with each other. Vicious hate crimes against Asian Americans who have been attacked, harassed, blamed, and scapegoated.”
Biden is referencing data published by the California State University’s Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism. They claimed anti-Asian American police data on hate crimes in 16 of the country’s most populous cities in 2020 increased by almost 150% over the previous year. But is it not true that the study claims 122 incidents and the last paragraph reads, “Meanwhile, overall hate crimes last year declined by an average of 7% in the 15 cities tracked by the center for the study of hate and extremism. In New York City, for example, police investigated 265 hate crimes, down from 428 the previous year.” Is it not true that the majority of those 122 incidents happened in the Blue States in cities where gang violence between Black and Asian factions is high? Then there are the numerous advocacy groups who claim online self-reporting of verbal slurs and harassment account for over 2000 hate crimes.
9. Is the US State Capitol and Federal City surrounded by walls like the Imperial City and fortified with troops presently? What rationale holds up to continue such an occupation and totalitarian act against the American people?
“We need to remember the government isn’t some foreign force in a distant capital. No, it’s us. All of us. We, the people.”
10. Why does Biden set up a false premise that before the last 50 days while he was President – there had been no progress or attention on the matter? Did President Trump state in several Task Force press conferences that complex operations were under weigh to combat the pandemic, including having the persons over the different divisions of the Task Force speak directly to the American People almost daily? Did President Trump call vigorously for the Blue States to re-open and lift economic crushing lockdowns,” the cure cannot be worse than the disease?” Did President Trump ever state we will not beat the virus?
“The only way to get our lives back, to get our economy back on track, is to beat the virus. You’ve been hearing me say that for — while I was running and the last 50 days I’ve been president. But this is one of the most complex operations we’ve ever undertaken as a nation in a long time.”
11. Did President Trump not state:
“It’s a war,” he said. “I view it as a, in a sense, a wartime president.”
“We must sacrifice together, because we are all in this together, and we will come through together. It’s the invisible enemy. That’s always the toughest enemy.
“But we are going to defeat the invisible enemy. I think we are going to do it even faster than we thought, and it’ll be a complete victory. It’ll be a total victory.”
“That’s why I’m using every power I have as the president of the United States to put us on a war footing to get the job done. Sounds like hyperbole, but I mean it, a war footing. And thank god we’re making some real progress now. In my first full day in office, I outlined for you a comprehensive strategy to beat this pandemic. We’ve spent every day since attempting to carry it out.”
12. Here is the 46th President’s comprehensive strategy to beat the pandemic. Noting that Vaccines were not available for the Trump Administration to roll out until after the election – What aspect on the list is new and not already being implemented by the Trump Administration?
Again here is what the Trump Administration did.
- President Trump rapidly expands testing and guaranteed any American can get tested for coronavirus for free.
- President Trump took decisive action to make sure U.S. hospitals have the resources they need to mobilize against the coronavirus. Including PPE, Ventilators, Field hospitals, and floating hospitals. HHS transferred $35 million to state and local resources. Implemented the DPA and worked with the private industry to deliver services.
- President Trump instituted unprecedented travel bans to slow the spread of coronavirus and keep Americans safe.
- President Trump took critical steps to shore up the U.S. economy and help Americans economically impacted by the coronavirus. He declared a national emergency, inviting States, territories, and tribes to access over $42 billion in existing funding. signed legislation securing $8.3 billion for coronavirus response with direct stimulus payments. The Small Business Administration has announced disaster loans which provide impacted businesses with up to $2 million. SBA relaxed criteria for disaster assistance loans – expanding small businesses’ access to economic assistance. Deferred student loan payments, mortgage and renters assistance, and deferments.
- Operation Warp Speed and distribution plan.
13. Is Biden telling Americans the truth about his role in fostering the development of vaccines to market and distribution? Did the Trump Administration create the program with the drug companies Biden takes credit for?
“Two months ago, the country — this country didn’t have nearly enough vaccine supply to vaccinate all or anywhere near all of the American public, but soon we will. We’ve been working with vaccine manufacturers, Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, to manufacture and purchase hundreds of millions of doses of these three safe, effective vaccines.”
NBC News: “President Donald Trump has repeatedly pressed for faster work on vaccine research — even suggesting that there could be some kind of approval before the Nov. 3 election. That timeline would be impossible, at least for Johnson & Johnson, whose interim results are not expected until late November at the earliest.”
14. Did the pharmaceutical companies working with the Trump Administration ( OWS) program release the vaccines to the public before the presidential election? What date was the first release? Was the release date chosen for a political agenda?
15. Biden claimed his goal of 100 million vaccinations in his first 100 days was ambitious but wasn’t the Trump administration on track for that same number when he took office?
“The U.S. is close to administering Covid-19 vaccinations at a pace of a million doses a day, suggesting that the Biden administration’s 100-million-doses-in-100-days goal may be a modest aspiration,” Bloomberg reported on January 22. “In the week Biden was sworn in as president, nearly 983,000 shots a day were administered on average over the seven days ending Friday, according to data from Bloomberg’s Vaccine Tracker. The most recent three days topped a million doses.”
16. Is it not true that President Trump told Americans the exact same vaccine manufacturer timeline by April 2021 as Biden did tonight on vaccines?
“It’s truly a national effort, just like we saw during World War II. Now because of all the work we’ve done, we’ll have enough vaccine supply for all adults in America by the end of May. That’s months ahead of schedule. And we’re mobilizing thousands of vaccinators to put the vaccine in one’s arm. Calling active duty military, FEMA, retired doctors and nurses, administrators, and those to administer the shots.”
17. Did the media and Democrats mock mercilessly President Trump’s Operation Warp Speed and the claim that vaccines would be developed within a year? Watch here.
18. Did Candidate Biden mock Trump’s plan to have a vaccine within a year during the presidential debate?
19. Did President-Elect Biden say, “I think the administration deserves some credit getting this off the ground with Operation Warp Speed?”
This did not age well-
“Listen to Dr. Fauci.”
22. The statements about how many vaccines have been given and to whom is that accurate? AP fact check says that those statements are not true.
“So what does all of this add up to? When I took office 50 days ago, only 8% of Americans after months, only 8% of those over the age of 65 had gotten their first vaccination. Today that number is 65%. Just 14% of Americans over the age of 75 — 50 days ago had gotten their first shot. Today, that number is well over 70%.”
23. What authority does Biden have to make states do this? How can the federal government direct the states to make the vaccine available to everyone by the May 1st date? What’s the mechanism for that, exactly?
“First, tonight, I’m announcing that I will direct all states, tribes, and territories to make all adults, people 18 and over, eligible to be vaccinated no later than May 1. Let me say that again. All adult Americans will be eligible to get a vaccine no later than May 1. That’s much earlier than expected.”
24. Biden talks about having trust once more in your government and implores citizens to obey, be compliant, and get vaccinated- but did not both Biden and Harris cast doubts on safety and say they did not trust the vaccines if developed under Trump?
“But I need you, the American people. I need you. I need every American to do their part. And that’s not hyperbole. I need you. I need you to get vaccinated when it’s your turn and when you can find an opportunity. And to help your family, your friends, your neighbors get vaccinated as well. Because here’s the point.”
25. Again, were the vaccines developed in record time because of Trump’s Operation Warp speed?
“I say it to foreign leaders and domestic alike. It’s never, ever a good bet to bet against the American people. America is coming back. The development, manufacturing, and distribution of vaccines in record time is a true miracle of science. It’s one of the most extraordinary achievements any country has ever accomplished. And we all just saw the Perseverance Rover land on Mars. Stunning images of our dreams that are now a reality.
26. Is it true that the Perseverance Rover landing expedition has been on the drawing board for decades? Is it true that NASA funding was restored and increased under Trump following the Obama years decreasing funding and outsourcing missions to other countries?
27. What authority does Biden have to keep me from having a backyard 4th of July party, or make me have one? Is President Biden aware many states are open and many Americans have been connecting freely at least since June?
“If we do all this, if we do our part, if we do this together, by July the 4, there’s a good chance you, your families and friends, will be able to get together in your backyard or in your neighborhood and have a cookout or a barbecue and celebrate Independence Day.”
The Right Wire Report agrees with Rep. Massie on this:
If you’re waiting for permission from the chief executive to celebrate Independence Day with your family, you clearly don’t grasp the concept of Independence.
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) March 12, 2021
28. Is the pandemic the darkest period in all America’s history? The Civil War? The Stock Market Crash 1929? The Great Depression that lasted a decade? WWII?
“We faced and overcame one of the toughest and darkest periods in this nation’s history. The darkest we’ve ever known.”
29. Biden spent just under 20 minutes lecturing about submission and obedience only to threaten the consequences of tightening rules if we did not comply. Why is Biden allowing illegals to flood across the southern border many of them not tested for COVID? How does that work with the whole “I need you, you must do your part” thing? Recently many illegals were found to be positive for the virus.
30. What specific medicine cocktail/ protocol is Biden on for his dementia? In the interest of science and public health, whatever the dosing it appears to be a miracle that many Americans might also benefit from.
There are many clips one can review of Biden’s presentation in public the last 50 days and if compared to his presentation during the address it is clear he has been medically assisted.
A Transcript of Biden’s full speech can be read here.
The Right Wire Report will hold its breath for the legacy media’s response.