President Biden says look at the bigger picture when tens of millions of Americans get fired for not being vaccinated

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ELK GROVE, CHI – U.S. President Joe Biden visit Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot in his visit to Chicago to sell the American public on his employee vaccination mandate.

Biden is confident that mass firings over his workplace vaccination mandate aren’t going to create an economic crisis. If you remember, at the end of August, Biden promised that the evacuation of Americans out of Kabul, Afghanistan wouldn’t mirror the dreaded evacuation from Saigon, Vietnam.

It did.

If you remember, Biden promised he would unite America. The country remains sharply divided.

Biden promised the COVID-19 vaccine would solve all of our country’s problems. It didn’t.

Biden told us a $3.5 trillion spending bill is going to cost Americans $0. Nearly everyone in America knows that’s not true.

Now, after threatening the jobs of 100 million Americans who refuse for whatever reason to get the COVID-19 vaccination, he’s promising it will work.

“These requirements work,” Biden said. “Let’s be clear, when you see headlines and reports of mass firings and hundreds of people losing their jobs, look at the bigger story.”

Biden is banking on his vaccination mandates leading to more people getting vaccinated and not more people losing their jobs.

“I’ve spoken with Scott Kirby, CEO of United Airlines, who’s here today,” Biden said. “United went from 59 percent of their employees to 99 percent of their employees were vaccinated in less than two months after implementing the requirement.”

Biden said the COVID-19 vaccine requirement is a “tough medicine”.

“I know the vaccination requirements are a tough medicine – unpopular with some, politics for others. But they’re lifesaving. They’re game-saving for our country,” he added.

Once again, Biden did not take questions from reporters in attendance.