Joe Biden criticizes Republican governors for resisting his vaccine requirements

| September 10, 2021

Joe Biden criticized GOP governors for rejecting his latest mass vaccination maneuvers. Biden sees this from a health perspective, as he wants to bring the COVID-19 new infection numbers down. However, individuals prefer to chose for themselves how they would approach this challenge. Whether to get vaccinated or not is one of these private individual considerations.

However, Joe Biden claims that the GOP governors pushing back against his requirements are being cavalier with the health of Americans living in their states.

From the Post Millennial:

President Joe Biden again took aim at the governors who do not support his administration’s mandates and demands regarding COVID mitigation. This came after Biden gave a speech on Thursday detailing the administration’s 6-pronged plan to deal with the pandemic.

In response to that, GOP governors pushed back in a fight for their citizens’ rights, along with corporations who have stated that they would refuse to implement the mandates Biden has demanded.

“I am so disappointed that particularly some Republican governors have been so cavalier with the health of these kids, so cavalier with the health of their communities,” Biden said.

His response was to a reporter who asked him a question after he delivered a speech to school children about his commitment to protecting them and his desire for everyone to get vaccinated.

“This is–we’re playing for real here. This isn’t a game. And I don’t know of any scientist out there in this field that doesn’t think it makes considerable sense to do the six things I’ve suggested,” Biden said.
“And but, you know, it’s let me conclude with this: One of the lessons I hope our students can unlearn is that politics doesn’t have to be this way,” Biden instructed students. “Politics doesn’t have to be this way. They’re growing up in an environment where they see it like a war, like a bitter feud.”

The Post Millennial has more on this story here, and the link to the GOP governor pushback for further reading.

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  1. Hack Stone says:

    So Governors resisting mandates from Donald Trump is a good thing, but Governors resisting mandates from Joe Biden is a bad thing. Do we have that right?

    • MCPO USN says:

      You noticed that too??? Such a strange phenomenon…almost as if hypocrisy was a real thing with the left.

    • UpNorth says:

      Yep, you got it, Hack. If Donald Trump came up with a vaccine, no one should take it. Dems last year.Ve haff a vaccine now, you vill
      take it, vhen ordered. Dems this year.

  2. Hack Stone says:

    What the fuck is he talking about in that last paragraph? Reading it, he immediately contradicts himself in the span of two sentences.

    • 5JC says:

      Why do you resist? We only wish to raise quality of life, for all species. Your goal should be the same as ours. Your culture will adapt to service us. Resistance is futile. Freedom, self-determination, and individual rights are archaic concepts necessary only to less advanced cultures. By assimilating other races into our collective, we are bringing them closer to perfection.

  3. Mason says:

    Once again with the left. If you don’t agree with them, you’re evil. When you don’t agree with them, it’s “Why are you so divisive?”

  4. Roh-Dog says:

    It’s the Evil Resisters that are negating the effectiveness of your shot.
    We need to lock them up to save our society.
    If you find someone speaking of quant notions like freedom and rights, report them to the Sicknessstaffel IMMEDIATELY!

    I swear, FIRST (h/t to CW) state to leave the union I’m there before the ink dries!

  5. Everything that the supreme ruler/Fuhrer and the new kremlin/Reichstag do are about Politics. Had to add the Reischstag in because I saw the supreme rulers new mustache.

  6. KoB says:

    It’s always about, “…for the children…”! Until, of course, it’s about “my body my choice” legalized murder of children. Yeah, I know, that’s the other thread, but that one phrase he threw in ties it all together.

    And again, millions of unvaxed, unvetted, unwanted people have poured across our open border and been flown here from the ME toting no telling what kinds of bugs. The Konress Klowne Kritters are basically worthless. All they want to do is hold onto and get themselves more and more power. The next argument over States Rights is NOT going to be pretty, and is NOT going to go the way the last one did. If The Tree is not watered soon, it will die.

  7. Ex-PH2 says:

    When is a billboard going to show up with biteme’s image on it, with the title “LIAR, LIAR, PANTS ON FIRE”????

  8. They have to keep all these viruses going to take attention away from their screw ups and of course it’s about power and control

  9. Poetrooper says:

    Joe says of ‘the children’, “Politics doesn’t have to be this way. They’re growing up in an environment where they see it like a war, like a bitter feud.”

    And just which party was it that turned American politics into a brutal blood sport???

    Certainly not our milquetoast Republican leadership.

  10. rgr769 says:

    Besig, if that pic doesn’t trigger the commie former cuttlefish, nothing will.