Joe Biden’s propensity for “flip-flopping” on major policy positions is well known. During his long career in government, he has flipped on violent crime, China, abortion, gay marriage, and the #MeToo movement, to name a few.
This habit has only continued since Biden entered office on January 20. Here are five examples of Biden “flip-flops” from the first 100 days of his presidency.
Ending the filibuster
In 2005, Biden described the filibuster as “not about stopping a nominee or a bill,” but “about compromise and moderation.”
However, as The Daily Wire reported in late March, “President Joe Biden said … that he supports Democrats’ efforts to end the filibuster, and he claimed that the procedural tool had been ‘abused’ when used 250 times last year — though he neglected to mention that Democrats, not Republicans, were responsible for those filibusters.”
“With regard to the filibuster, I believe we should go back to a position with the filibuster that existed when I came to the