Vaccines, Schools And Racist Insurance: ‘Fact-Checking’ Biden’s Town Hall Claims

Vaccines, Schools And Racist Insurance: ‘Fact-Checking’ Biden’s Town Hall Claims


On Tuesday evening, President Joe Biden traveled to Milwaukee, Wisconsin to participate in a CNN Presidential Town Hall — his first as President of the United States. Speaking with CNN anchor Anderson Cooper, Biden fielded questions from audience members, some of whom voted for him and some of whom did not.

In a similar fashion to Biden’s television appearances while on the campaign trail, and the first days of his administration, the town hall event was dripping with falsehoods and misleading arguments.

Here is a breakdown of some such statements made during the CNN Presidential Town Hall.

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“When we came into office, there was only 50 million doses that were available.”

Speaking on the subject of vaccine availability, Biden stated that he expected every American to be able to get a vaccine “by the end of July this year.”

“We have — we came into office, there was only 50 million doses that were available.  We have now —

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