The mainstream media has mostly allowed every Biden blunder to either go unreported or quickly come to his defense. However, it seems Biden’s luck is running out as NBC’s Chuck Todd’s recent remarks are a distinct shift in rhetoric regarding the Biden administration. Todd says that Biden has a serious credibility “crisis” that he needs to deal with as his presidency continues to be marked by disaster after disaster.
The Daily Wire reports:
“I think he’s got a pretty big credibility crisis on his hands,” Todd said. “Because all of these problems, in some ways, showed up after he said something basically the exact opposite.”
Last week, the crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border exploded as more than 12,000 foreigners trying to enter America were forced to take shelter under a bridge. Then Biden’s relationship with allies soured, prompting the French president to pull his ambassador from the U.S. — the first time in history that’s ever happened. Then Biden’s top general in U.S. Central Command changed the official story when he acknowledged that a drone strike had killed 10 civilians — including seven children — and not members of the ISIS-K terrorist group.
And as if he needed more bad news, Biden on Friday found out that an independent Food and Drug Administration (FDA) committee had rejected his push to give COVID-19 vaccine booster shots to most Americans. The vote wasn’t close: The committee of experts voted 16-2 against Biden’s plan. The committee did, however, give a nod of approval to boosters for the elderly and high-risk people.
“Afghanistan withdrawal wasn’t going to be messy,” Todd said. “This wasn’t going to look like Saigon. The booster shots, he came out and essentially said eight months, and even indicated maybe we should start it as soon as five months. Now we’re not sure if anybody under 65 is going to get a booster shot.”
Will Biden take responsibility for his erratic messaging or continue to try and put the blame on former President TRump as he did with Afghanistan? Tell us what you think in the comments below.