Biden Criticizes POTUS’s Virus Response While Copying His Plan
Joe Biden’s coronavirus proposal cribs heavily from the Trump administration’s all while criticizing his virus response.
“Joe Biden’s coronavirus remarks today sounded awfully familiar,” Andrew Clark, the Trump campaign’s rapid response director, said in an email to Breitbart News. “Listening to him, we felt a sense of déjà vu.”
@JoeBiden, guess if you can’t beat ’em, you attack and plagiarize? @realDonaldTrump & the administration is doing great work dealing with #CORVID19 #WuhanVirus. Maybe Joe should set aside political wrangling & ACK good ideas? Nice leadership, #POTUShttps://t.co/wyv1Tp40AZ
— Brian Gleason (@bytesofcloud) March 13, 2020
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Former Vice President Joe Biden’s proposal for combatting the coronavirus cribs heavily from actions the Trump administration has already taken against the pandemic.
Biden, whom many believe has locked up the Democrat nomination, unveiled his plan in a televised address on Thursday. The speech, which was billed beforehand by supporters as commander-in-chief-worthy, heavily criticized President Donald Trump’s efforts to contain the pandemic.
“Our government’s ability to respond effectively has been undermined by the hollowing out of agencies and the disparagement of science,” Biden said. Adding that “our ability to derive a global response” was also “dramatically undercut by the damage Trump has done to our credibility and our relationships around the world.”
Instead of urging unity and calm, Biden spent a large portion of the speech leveling political attacks on the president. Biden, in particular, argued that Trump’s policies and demeanor in the White House only exacerbated tensions in the public health and safety sectors.
“Unfortunately, this virus laid bare the severe shortcomings of the current administration,” the former vice president said. “Public fears are being compounded by [a]pervasive lack of trust in this president, fueled by an adversarial relationship with the truth.”
Despite the tough rhetoric, many of the proposals Biden suggested for combatting the virus were, in fact, already central to the Trump administration’s efforts. More
Joe the plagiarizer comes through again. No surprise here. When Democrats aren’t stealing other people’s money and property, they’re stealing ideas to pass off as their own.
He has a long history of plagiarizing so that’s no surprise
— America, love it or GTFO!!! (@ScottWBranson) March 13, 2020
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