Rand Paul: Biden ‘Not in Charge of White House or His Own Wits’

Republican Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) has blasted Democrat President Joe Biden over mounting concerns about who is leading the White House.

Paul argues that Biden’s recent gaffes prove that the president is not “in charge of the government” or “fully in charge of his wits.”

The senator was responding after Biden made several statements during a CBS “60 Minutes” interview that were later “corrected” by unnamed White House officials.

Biden told CBS’s Scott Pelley on Sunday that “the pandemic is over.”

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However, Biden administration officials scrambled to “clarify” the president’s comment with contradictory statements after the interview was broadcast.

Sen. Paul fired back over the contradicting statements coming from the White House.

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“This may come as a surprise to you, but I am not sure that Joe Biden is fully in charge of the government — or fully in charge of his wits, for that matter,” Paul told Fox News host Jesse Watters

“The thing is, the response to this [from those in power] has always been about submission and control of the individual.

“These are the people who truly believe in the nanny state.

“Whether it’s your business they want to be in charge of, or your health care — they can’t give it up,” Paul asserted.

“The pandemic was over two years ago in Florida.

“It’s still going on in the minds of Democrats, but it hasn’t been on the ground on for a long time.”

The Senator also compared Dr. Anthony Fauci, and other scientific “experts” calling for the continued use of masks, to 17th-century European beak mask plague figures.

“Dr. Fauci’s science is not far removed from that,” Paul said.

He further noted that while Fauci previously touted natural immunity to viruses, “now he only wants us to submit.

“He wants to be in charge if he can get one more hit on television.”

“The [N95] masks did not change the trajectory of the disease at all,” Paul said.

“The stickers on the floor only made the people who made the stickers richer.”

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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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