First Tough Question
While Biden is used to softball questions, Donald Trump was never asked a single softball question by the mainstream media at any time in his presidency. Pressure that Trump handled with ease, Biden is crumbling under.
A reporter asked Biden if 100 million vaccines within 100 days is too low of a goal. Biden’s answer came with his favorite catch phrase.
“When I announced it, you all said it wasn’t possible. Gimme a break, come on, man,” he snapped.
The pressure might be getting to him. Within his first three days, Biden has already destroyed thousands of union jobs and provoked a lawsuit from Canada by ending the Keystone XL pipeline, and signed several other radical executive orders. He’s not exactly making many friends outside of the radical left.
In less than 72 hours, Joe Biden:
—Killed 70,000+ jobs
—Eliminated women's sports
—Left the National Guard to freeze in a garage
—Admitted he doesn't have a plan to fight COVID
—Broke his own mask mandate EO
—Ended US energy independence
Do you miss Trump yet?
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) January 23, 2021
If he can’t even handle a simple question about vaccines without snapping, how is he going to handle the stressful job of president? It’s no secret that Biden is well past his prime, and has freaked out over tough questions in the past.
Not the First Time Biden Snapped
One such incident occurred at a campaign stop at a Fiat Chrysler assembly plant in Detroit, Michigan, where Biden got angry at one of his voters.
“You are actively trying to end our Second Amendment right and take away our guns,” the voter said at one point as he stood a few feet away from Biden.
“You’re full of s***,” the former vice president responded rudely.
“I did not — no, no, shush, shush. I support the Second Amendment. The Second Amendment — just like right now if you yelled ‘fire,’ that’s not free speech. And from the very beginning: I have a shotgun, I have a 20-gauge, a 12-gauge. My sons hunt, guess what? You’re not allowed to own any weapon, I’m not taking your gun away at all. You need 100 rounds?” Biden continued, not quite making much sense.
“You and Beto [O’Rourke] say you’re going to take our guns,” the worker said to Biden.
“I did not say that,” Biden said, raising his voice slightly, adding, “That’s not true. I did not say that.”
At one point, the man said, “You’re working for me, man.”
Biden immediately replied, “I’m not working for — gimme a break, man. Don’t be such a horse’s ass.”