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​Joe Biden proved he is willing to act above his own laws when he failed to wear a mask on federal land during Inauguration Day ceremonies despite signing a mandate forcing all Americans to comply.  

New White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was quick to defend the President’s actions claiming that “there are bigger issues to worry about.”  The Biden team is willing to regulate the lives of all Americans and force continued impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.  His refusal to follow his own order speaks volumes for the President’s respect for the law.  


“He was surrounded by his family, we take a number of precautions but I think we have bigger issues to worry about at this moment in time,” Psaki said.  These exceptions are not made for the average American family, however.  The President has mounted a full fledged attack on the freedoms of American citizens.  

Psaki was asked why Joe Biden refused to “lead by example,” and she responded saying “The power of his example is also the message he sends by signing 25 executive orders including almost half of them related to COVID.”  The President is willing to conform to the liberal policies that are being put in place to suppress the success of Americans, but he will not follow his own rules.  

It is time to recognize the inability of President Biden to lead the country and take a stand for the traditional  ideals that have built this country.  Joe Biden and his team show weakness to the American public image and his orders are meaningless without accountability.

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