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Unelected-president Joe Biden held a televised "invitation only" CNN town hall meeting in Baltimore last night. As Church Militant's Kim Tisor reports, some of Slow Joe's responses slashed any vestige of confidence Americans had in his domestic policies.
Questions came from 12 attendees: seven Democrats, three independents and just two Republicans. Fake-Catholic Biden gave several alarming and confusing answers, one an excuse for ignoring the southern border.
President Joe Biden: "I guess I should go down, but the whole point of it is I haven't had a whole hell of a lot of time to get down. ... Now, my wife, Jill, has been down."
Biden also addressed what should happen to first responders who refuse the COVID jab.
Anderson Cooper, CNN moderator: "Should police officers, emergency responders be mandated to get vaccines, and, if not, should they stay at home or be let go?"
Biden: "Yes and yes!"
The unelected president further remarked that mandates are working and implied people shouldn't have a choice.
A concerned mom conveyed her worries over inflation, in particular rising fuel prices. Anderson Cooper tacked on, "When can we expect prices to fall?"
Biden: "My guess is you'll start to see gas prices come down as we get by and going into the winter, I mean — excuse me — into next year, into 2022. ... I must tell you, I don't have a near-term answer."
During the meeting, viewers took to Twitter, noting the stacked audience and Biden's awkward physical bearing. Last night's 90-minute town hall was strategically broadcast ahead of Democratic lawmakers' push to pass a multi-trillion dollar infrastructure package. Desiring America's buy-in, they hope to reach a compromise on the massive spending any day.
Biden also responded to questions about his commitment to Taiwan, solutions to the current supply-chain crisis and when COVID shots for young children will be ready.