Just ahead of the Georgia Senate runoff elections, President-elect Joe Biden had some harsh words for President Trump, saying he’s too busy “whining and complaining” to do his job.
Biden made the remarks during a Monday night rally in Atlanta where he’s doing his part to try to elect Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock to the US Senate.
Biden Slams Trump on COVID Vaccine Rollout
Biden was far from done, either, saying Trump’s rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine has gotten off to a “God-awful start and saying Trump is incompetent and unwilling to do his job.
“Getting America vaccinated will be one of the most difficult operational challenges this nation has faced,” Biden said, adding that “we’ve known that for months and this administration has gotten off to a God-awful start. The president spends more time whining and complaining than doing something about the problem. I don’t know why he still wants the job. He doesn’t want to do the work.”
“The president spends more time whining and complaining than doing anything about the problem. I don’t know why he still wants the job he doesn’t want to do the work,” President-elect Biden says of the Trump admin.’s handling of vaccine distribution. pic.twitter.com/uiXEatxrGK
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) January 4, 2021
Although Biden didn’t touch on the recent phone call that was released by the Washington Post in which Trump criticizes Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, he made it very clear that he has no respect for Trump’s claims that the election was stolen.
“Politicians cannot assert, take or seize power. It is given, granted by the American people alone and we can never give that up,” Biden said, adding that “it’s always the will of the people that must prevail, so today, tomorrow, go vote.”
It’s clear that Biden’s memory isn’t always so great, so perhaps he is forgetting the last four years in which the will of the people to elect Donald Trump as President was constantly undermined by the Democratic party, their mainstream media allies and their use of intelligence agencies to spy on the Trump campaign and try to harass and jail any of them they could.
That’s not to mention Democrat mega donor George Soros and the vast array of fundraisers, corporate donors and political allies who boosted the violent extremist Marxist group Black Lives Matter and Antifa, both of whom used an example of police brutality as an excuse to destroy American cities and businesses in the middle of a horrible pandemic.
Was that accepting the “will of the people”? The hypocrisy is beyond belief.
Biden’s Georgia Win
Biden officially won Georgia by around 11,000 votes, but Trump says that various election fraud issues took place and urged Raffensperger and Republican Governor to investigate more fully. Despite not winning in the courts, Trump insists that there’s more than meets the eye, and slammed Raffensperger and Brian Kemp as being uninterested enough in winning to really look into the potential wrongdoing.
Although Biden didn’t comment on the call he did say that Ossoff and Warnock’s opponents – Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue – are Trump suckups with nothing to offer the people of the state.
“You have two senators who think their loyalty is to Trump, not to Georgia, who think they swore an oath to Donald Trump and not the U.S. Constitution. I got elected when I was 29 and six more times as a U.S. senator from Delaware and not once did I think I took an oath to any president, Democrat or Republican,” Biden said.
All this overblown talk is enough to make it seem like we’re living in the past once again in make-believe-world. Perhaps Biden is forgetting that under Barack Obama he was basically a national sidekick, worshiping the Illinois Senator as if he was an infallible god.