Laura Ingraham criticized President Biden’s performance at his Baltimore Town Hall. He also questioned the fact that Anthony Fauci, the Delaware Democrat , and the top of his medical advisory, continue to attempt to prevent Americans from exercising or congregating under their ‘new norm’.
Reporting live from Ole Miss in Oxford, Mississippi, ahead of a notable congregate setting – at which ex-New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning will have his #10 retired at his collegiate alma mater, Ingraham pointed to the event as further evidence that people naturally want to express their freedom to assemble and pursue their happiness:
“This football tradition is a huge part of life not just here in the South, but also in the Midwest, the West Coast, and New England where I’m from. Every fall we get together at home, in bars and in tailgates to support our favourite teams. This is what people call “old” normal. She said, “It’s America.”
” We told you last year that the tragic consequences of the pandemic would not only be measured by the loss of life, but also the amount of culture and tradition lost. “
Ingraham added that many powerful people, especially on the left, have predictably sought to govern by-emergency and via edict; “us[ing] the temporary COVID to create a New Normal. “
U.S. President Joe Biden arrives from Washington, D.C, in New Castle, Delaware, U.S., October 22, 2021. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
The host noted that much of “Blue State America” is still forced to mask up or follow other COVID edicts in public settings – something that is true in Washington – along with contiguous Beltway counties in Maryland, as well as Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, New York City, Los Angeles and elsewhere. With few exceptions, they will fire or expel you if you don’t comply with the vaccine mandates. She said that thousands of Americans were forced from their jobs within the last week.
“Although Joe Biden last night said such concerns were overblown,” the host continued, playing a clip of Biden claiming the mandates are “working” as intended – and that “all this stuff about people leaving” is “not true” in the big picture.
U.S. President Joe Biden speaks during a town hall about his infrastructure investment proposals with CNN’s Anderson Cooper at the Baltimore Center Stage Pearlstone Theater in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S. October 21, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
Ingraham pointed out Biden made fun of the idea of people wanting to exercise their constitutional freedoms:
“Freedom. To laughter in the Charm City crowd, Biden stated that he had the right to kill anyone with his COVID. No, I meant freedom. “
” We understand that Americans have the inherent right to their own self-determination,” Ingraham replied later. We understand that life comes with its risks and know how to manage them better than Washington DC. “
“As for us… we’ll be having fun with family and friends, and getting ready to root for our teams. We know they will make mistakes but we are still loyal and optimistic about the next season. The Left loathes this part of tradition. She continued, “They like to tear down traditions.”
” Life is too short for them to feel as miserable and unhappy as they do on the Left. “I’ve never witnessed anyone as hateful of their team as they hate America. “