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Biden to give Covid address after he was heckled in NJ & made tornado ‘gaffe’

JOE Biden is set to announce a six-point plan to tackle Covid across the country in a national address tomorrow.

President Biden will speak from the White House on Thursday, as the U.S. is struggling to stem a wave of infections driven by the Delta variant even as officials try to persuade Americans who have resisted vaccination to get the shots.

Rising caseloads have raised concerns as children head back to school, while also rattling investors and upending company return-to-office plans.

The speech comes after Biden traveled to New York and New Jersey yesterday, and was heckled by some locals.

“Resign, you tyrant,” one person could be heard shouting at Biden during a stop in suburban NJ.

“All this for a f***ing photo-op?” one man erupted, according to CSPAN’s footage.

The president was also mocked online for an apparently ‘gaffe’ when discussing tornadoes.

Read our Joe Biden speech live blog for the latest news and updates…

  • BIDEN ON PULLING TROOPS FROM AFGHANISTAN

    On Aug. 29, US military carried out a drone strike that took out an ISIS-K planner. 

    “U.S. military forces conducted a self-defense unmanned over-the-horizon airstrike today on a vehicle in Kabul, eliminating an imminent ISIS-K threat to Hamad Karzai International airport,” US Central Command spokesman Navy Capt. Bill Urban expressed in a statement.

    He added: “We are confident we successfully hit the target. Significant secondary explosions from the vehicle indicated the presence of a substantial amount of explosive material.”

  • AMERICANS LEFT BEHIND

    What’s more, there are roughly 200 Americans that the administration admitted were left in Afghanistan after the last soldier left.

    “My country is going to s*** and you’re allowing it!” a woman’s voice could be heard aiming her words at Biden.

    “And I’m an immigrant and I’m proud of this country; I’d give my life for this country.

    “You guys should be ashamed of yourselves.”

  • HURRICANE IDA

    A spectator held a handmade sign with Biden’s hands dripping in blood that read: “HURRICANE BIDEN: MORE DESTRUCTIVE THAN IDA!

    One man let Biden know that he was personally affronted by the bloodletting at Hamid Karzai International Airport that also took the lives of nearly 100 Afghan civilians. 

    “My best friend died in 2011 in Afghanistan for what?” a man shouted. 

    “For this guy to pull this s***? 

    “You leave them in ruins and leave Americans behind!”

    The man shouted the verbal rebukes while Biden was conversing with members of service. 

    “He will leave you behind – you guys protecting him,” the man said, addressing the authorities assisting Biden.

  • ‘TYRANT’

    While the Commander-in-Chief was shaking hands with locals and first responders along some residential streets in Manville, some spectators teed off over the president’s hasty order to pull US troops from Afghanistan by Aug. 31.

    On September 9, Biden will deliver remarks about Covid’s delta variant and measures to prevent spread.

    “On Thursday the president will speak to the American people about his robust plan to stop the spread of the delta variant and boost vaccinations,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said.

    In the remarks, “the president will lay out a six-pronged strategy,” involving both the public and private sectors, she added.

  • SIX POINT STRATEGY

    On September 9, Biden will deliver remarks about Covid’s delta variant and measures to prevent spread.

    “On Thursday the president will speak to the American people about his robust plan to stop the spread of the delta variant and boost vaccinations,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said.

    In the remarks, “the president will lay out a six-pronged strategy,” involving both the public and private sectors, she added.

  • HECKLED IN JERSEY

    On September 7, 2021, President Biden traveled to New York and New Jersey to tour areas badly affected by Hurricane Ida.

    He was not warmly welcomed by residents of New Jersey, however, and some “heckled him and flashed middle fingers,” according to the New York Post.

  • UPCOMING SPEECH

    President Biden will speak from the White House on Thursday, as the U.S. is struggling to stem a wave of infections driven by the Delta variant even as officials try to persuade Americans who have resisted vaccination to get the shots.



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