On Thursday, President Joe Biden held a speech from the White House, where he talked about his plans in the next few months concerning Covid-19.

Needless to say, there was little sign of optimism from the President.

Fox News broadcasted the President’s speech, with the added video window in the corner of the screen, where viewers could see Tucker Carlson’s live reaction to the speech.

After the speech, Tucker criticized the president, stating that the US will and always has been a free country and nobody can dictate with whom he or any other American can spend time with, especially on July 4th.

Messages From Biden’s Address

In his speech, President Biden said that there will be enough vaccines by the end of May and that if everybody gets it, then you might be able to spend the 4th of July with your friends and family, but not with too many people, as he mentioned that virus might get worse, and we should not take any risks.

A little bit confusing, isn’t it?

He also stated that everyone should take the vaccine, wear masks, obey every CDC rule, and then maybe, if the results get better, you would be able to spend time with your friends and family.

Tucker said that he did not understand to whom the president was talking to, since the US is a free country, and people can choose by themselves whom they will spend their time with.

The President’s plan? — vaccines.

Throughout his address, President Biden sought to highlight an understanding and sympathy for the growing dissatisfaction and concern rising throughout the US.

However, his speech did not contain any kind of plan or reassurance that would make Americans feel better about what’s waiting for them in the next months, especially those regarding the economy and small businesses assistance.

Biden also said that when he came into the office, he set the goal of vaccinating 100 million people in the first hundred days, the plan many called “too ambitious”, and thanks to which he now claims ‘victory’ over the critics.

However, the vaccination started well over a week before he got into the White House, the fact that largely affects the 1 million vaccinations per day goal, and more importantly - the fact that Biden never mentions.