President Joe Biden announced his administration’s new strategy to battle the mysterious new COVID variant that has arrived just in time for the holiday season but it was his peculiar remark about Dr. Anthony Fauci that drew the most attention.
During his Thursday speech detailing the White House’s “winter plan,” the increasingly unpopular leader suggested that his top medical adviser was the real president and not himself, another of Biden’s trademark gaffes that have plagued him throughout his decades-long career as a professional politician.
Speaking at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, Biden’s comments were either a joke that bombed badly or a Freudian slip when the “leader” of the free world said that he spends more time with the career bureaucrat who has arguably become the most powerful man in the nation than his own wife.
“I’ve seen more of Dr. Fauci than I have my wife, we kid each other,” Biden said. “But look, who’s president? Fauci,” he added. “But all kidding aside, I sincerely mean it.”
Biden’s strange attempt at humor comes a week after the discovery of omicron, the latest COVID strain allowing the ruling party to prolong the national state of hysteria for its own political benefit and putting a damper on a holiday season that was already plagued by record inflation and unprecedented supply chain issues stemming from his failed policies.
Many took to Twitter to opine on Biden’s bizarre suggestion that Fauci was actually the president, including Senator Rand Paul, a ferocious critic of the arrogant egomaniac who has presided over the nation’s slide into authoritarianism during a seemingly endless state of medical emergency.
“Freudian Slip? Perhaps, but individual liberty remains at risk as long as Fauci is anywhere near the reins of power,” the Kentucky Republican tweeted.
Republican Senator Ted Cruz, who has also thrown down with Fauci this week, tweeted, “As I have been saying, Fauci is the most dangerous bureaucrat in American history.”
Others weighed in on Biden’s poorly timed attempt at humor.
Fauci has been everywhere this week now that his celebrity status has been extended as a result of omicron, but the man who has been an integral part of the entrenched D.C. bureaucracy since Ronald Reagan’s first term slipped up during an interview with CBS’s Margaret Brennan, showing his true megalomania when he placed himself above legitimate congressional oversight by claiming that he IS the science and suggesting that GOP critics like Paul and Cruz are putting people’s lives in danger.
Fauci is also prominently featured in the latest propaganda campaign by the White House to promote more jabs, especially the booster shots which could become a permanent fixture of the American experience as a bottomless well of new variants are discovered and used to justify the “new normal” that is preferred by Democrats and their globalist allies.
Most will excuse Biden’s bad joke about Fauci being the true president as just another one of his senior moments but the idea should send a cold chill up the spine of all who still believe in liberty and freedom, both of which are under assault by the most extreme administration in the nation’s history.