Biden: A Real Tough Guy, On The Prowl, Looking For A Fight.

'Neanderthal Man'

On Wednesday, President Joe Biden slammed “Red States” leaders with a broad stroke by calling them “Neanderthal.” As a man thinks, so is he. Some Red State leaders have gone ahead to lift some restrictions that call for Americans to wear face masks while occupying or using public spaces. After he was sworn in, one of President Biden’s first declarations was to declare that face masks be worn in all federal buildings.

Governors Greg Abbott of Texas and Tate Reeves of Mississippi have released their residents from wearing face masks in public. Today Governor Kay Ivey of Alabama announced that that the mask mandate for her state will be lifted on April 9.

Biden’s reaction to Abbott and Reeves was quick and incinerating.

“The last thing — the last thing we need is Neanderthal thinking that in the meantime, everything’s fine, take off your mask. Forget it. It still matters,” Biden said at a safe space conference. Since January 20, when the President has taken office, he has been dodging the News Media – he’s been in relative hiding now for 33 days.

Reeves GOV of Missippi

Gov Tate Reese of Mississippi

Ivey Gov of Alabama 3-04-21

Gov Kay Ivey of Alabama

Greg Abbott GOV

Gov Greg Abott of Texas

Pulling his “Cue-card” from his breast pocket: the President continued his lamentation. “I think it’s a big mistake. Look, I hope everybody’s realized by now, these masks make a difference. We are on the cusp of being able to fundamentally change the nature of this disease because of how we’re able to get vaccines in people’s arms.”

Governor Ivey said that even when the mask mandate is lifted, she will continue to wear her while around other people. And she urges her fellow citizens to use common sense and wear masks while around others. “At that time, it will become a personal responsibility and not a government mandate,” Ivey said.

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