Biden Claims Visiting Delaware Beach House Is ‘Not a Vacation’: ‘I Have No Home to Go To’

Democrat President Joe Biden has claimed that he’s not taking a vaccination when he makes frequent visits to his luxury beach house in Delaware.

Biden’s Rehoboth Beach house is the type of property that many taxpaying Americans can only dream about.

The president has come under increasing scrutiny for the amount of time he spends at the lavish home.

So far, the amount of time Biden has spent on vacation amounts to nearly 40% of the total time he has spent in office, The Daily Mail reports.

However, Biden claims that he’s not actually on vacation, despite pictures often emerging of the president relaxing on the beach.

Biden said the Secret Service is working on his other home in Wilmington, Delaware, to “make it secure.”

“The reason I’m here today, just for one day — I know people [say] I’m on vacation, I’m not,” a casually dressed Biden said while leaving mass at St. Edmond Roman Catholic Church in Rehoboth Beach.

“I have no home to go to,” he claimed.

“Secret Service has torn my house up in a good way to make it secure.

“So I have no place to go when I come to Delaware except here right now.

“I’m only here for one day.”

A reporter then asked Biden whether he was homeless, to which he replied, “Oh I’m not homeless, I just have one home.

“I have a beautiful home.

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“I’m down here for the day because I can’t go home.”

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According to the New York Post, Biden has said the Secret Service has been doing work to bolster security at his Wilmington residence since April.

The president departed Delaware at 7:15 a.m. ET on Monday and arrived in Philadelphia shortly after, according to his public schedule.

The day before, he had no official events scheduled.

He is expected to return to the White House on Monday evening.

While in Philadelphia, Biden delivered a Labor Day speech to Sheet Metal Workers Local 19 on the importance of unions.

The president touted “Bidenomics” during his address.

“[The Biden administration is] replacing trickle-down economics with what everyone on Wall Street is referring to these days as Bidenomics, and guess what? It’s working,” the president claimed.

“It’s about building the economy from the middle out and the bottom up not the top down.”

A recent report from the Post referred to the president as the “Slacker-in-chief.”

The report reveals that since taking office, Biden has spent 40% of his presidency on “personal overnight trips away from the White House.”

According to the Post, that adds up to all or part of 382 of the 957 days the president has been in office as of early this month

“We have millions of illegal immigrants pouring across our borders. Violent crime is surging,” Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) told the outlet regarding Biden’s vacation time.

“Inflation is crushing hard-working Americans. Our enemies around the world are emboldened.

“Meanwhile, Joe Biden is filmed on the beach with his handlers preventing him from speaking to the media to answer basic questions Americans deserve answers to.”

The House Judiciary GOP responded to Biden’s most recent comments with a post on Twitter.

“There are approximately 30,000 homeless veterans in the United States,” the post reads.

“But Joe Biden, who has two homes, plus the White House, says he has nowhere to go.

“Unbelievable.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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