Biden to give first national address to – wait for it – commemorate the anniversary of coronavirus shutdowns

Can’t wait to see this one. Wonder if he’ll make it all the way through without screwing up.

Fox News

President Biden is expected to deliver his first primetime address since taking office on Thursday to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 shutdowns.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki previewed the president’s remarks during the press briefing on Monday.

“The president will deliver his first primetime address to commemorate the one year anniversary of the COVID-19 shutdown on Thursday,” Psaki said. “He will discuss the many sacrifices the American people have made over the last year, and the grave loss communities and families across the country have suffered.”

Psaki said the president “will look forward, highlighting the role that Americans will play in beating the virus and moving the country toward getting back to normal.”

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5 Responses to Biden to give first national address to – wait for it – commemorate the anniversary of coronavirus shutdowns

  1. auscitizenmom says:

    I was going to say this will probably be a train wreck, but then on second thought, it will probably be a wooly caterpillar slow moving wreck where he falls out of the tree into the path of the lawnmower.

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  2. Pa Hermit says:

    Where’s the SOTU Address? Or is this going to be ignored?

    Liked by 2 people

    • stella says:

      He doesn’t have to give a SOTU address. He can advise Congress by written communication. Article II, Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution states that the president “shall from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State of the Union, and recommend to their Consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient.”

      According to the National Archives, George Washington first fulfilled this particular presidential duty on January 8, 1790, when he addressed the new Congress in the Senate Chamber of Federal Hall in New York City (then the U.S. capital). But Thomas Jefferson, the third president, chose to give his annual message to Congress in writing rather than make the trek to the Capitol—kicking off a tradition that would last nearly a century.

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  3. WeeWeed says:

    Whatta maroon.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Lucille says:

    One of these days Psaki is going to catch on fire and disappear before our very eyes due to her lies, misinformation, disinformation and outright verbal malfeasance.

    Between now and speech day, Bide-Harr will probably be receiving massive herbal or spice doses of some type to enhance his brain cells; maybe even some experimental drugs Big Pharma are working on while sending thanks to their gods for putting Bide-Harr in office.

    It’s going to be fun to see how many of those 81 million communism-enablers tune in and how much the NAPU (North American Prisoners Union) is going to demand all illegal alien and U.S. incarcerated folk (except white nationalists) need to be paid to watch their facilitator stumble, bumble and mumble through a speech.

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