Biden Is Enforcing Getting The Vaccine By Calling It A Moral Obligation


There are a few things that could ruin Easter and watching the robotic movements of President Biden really brings it to the top. Biden and First Lady Jill Biden released an Easter Video this last Easter over his many social media outlets. The president urged all Americans to get vaccinated against the virus, even going as far as calling it a “moral obligation.”

Biden goes to references God, Pope Francis, and even the New Testament but fails to mention the main point of celebrating Easter, Jesus.

"We share the sentiments of Pope Francis, who has said that getting vaccinated is a moral obligation, one that can save your life and the lives of others," the President stated in his robotic tone "By getting vaccinated and encouraging your congregations and your communities to get vaccinated, we not only can beat this virus, we can also hasten the day when we can celebrate the holidays together."

One of the president’s main points in his press release was that “the virus is not gone.” He then went on to note that many Americans continue to experience hardship due to the result of the pandemic.

"As we celebrate this most holy day, we know many are still going without familiar comforts of the season," he said. "The virus is not gone, and so many of us still feel the longing and loneliness of distance. For a second year, most will be apart from their families, friends, the full congregations that fill us with joy."

"We share the sentiments of Pope Francis, who has said that getting vaccinated is a moral obligation, one that can save your life and the lives of others," the President stated in his robotic tone "By getting vaccinated and encouraging your congregations and your communities to get vaccinated, we not only can beat this virus, we can also hasten the day when we can celebrate the holidays together."

One of the president’s main points in his press release was that “the virus is not gone.” He then went on to note that many Americans continue to experience hardship due to the result of the pandemic.

"As we celebrate this holiest day, we know many are still going without familiar comforts of the season," he said. "The virus is not gone, and so many of us still feel the longing and loneliness of distance. For a second year, most will be apart from their families, friends, the full congregations that fill us with joy."

But the Bidens then went on to remind Americans that Easter presents hope for better times.

"And yet as the Gospel of John reminds us, the light shines in the darkness and the darkness has not overcome it," the president said.

Mrs. Biden said: "The traditions of Holy Week take us on a journey from sorrow to salvation, reminding us that with faith, hope and love, anything is possible."

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