Fox News host Tucker Carlson discussed the Biden administration’s job performance in relation to the Covid pandemic and other issues during Tuesday night’s monologue on his television program.
“Have you ever noticed that there’s not a single person in the entire overstaffed Biden administration whose job it is to announce good news?” Carlson asked. “Not one.”
“There’s the now-familiar Office of Attacking the Middle Class,” Carlson jibed. “They’re usually quite busy. There’s the Department of New and Counterproductive Wars. Those people never sleep.”
Carlson added, “And of course, there’s the all powerful Directorate of Hysteria, which makes sure that every living American is terrified of something or other from breakfast till bed. But there is no good news office. That’s something the Biden people never considered.”
The Fox News host went on to note, “So yesterday, the administration seemed a little awkward, maybe even sheepish, when it announced the best news of all, which is that the COVID era has finally passed. For three years, the U.S. has lived under a permanent government-designated COVID emergency.”
“In any case, it’s ending for good or bad,” Carlson said. “Technically, the emergency will continue on until May. This will allow the Biden administration to shovel a few more cargo planes full of tax dollars to its donors in the so-called health care industry. But that’s it.”
“Those are the last gasps of the Rona scare. We’re done,” Carlson noted.
Biden made some strange statements about himself while delivering remarks about the state of the economy in Springfield, Virginia last week.
“No president added more to the debt in four years than my president,” Biden told the crowd at the Steamfitters Local 602 union hall.
Biden, 80, also relayed an anecdote about a gaffe he made in public that led people to question his mental competence.
“I uh, I said that, uh, when I was seeking the nomination I said, ‘Take a seat, everybody!’ and there wasn’t a single chair in the place,” the president recounted.
Biden continued, “They said, ‘That Biden really is stupid, he really doesn’t know a…’” before trailing off and looking for a Congressman whose firstname he apparently misremembered.