‘We’ve Had Some Of Our Worst Days,’ Joe Biden Addressed Says Of The 4th Of July, COVID

President Joe Biden addressed the largest event of his presidency, “All over this nation, we can say America is coming back together,” as he emerged from the White House to “Hail to the Chief.”

“This year’s Fourth of July is a particularly festive occasion. Because we are rising from a long period of darkness. Pandemic and seclusion for a year. A year of suffering, terror, and heartache. Just consider where this country was a year ago. Take a moment to reflect on where you were a year ago. And consider how far we’ve come “The gathering of 1,000 military families and critical employees applauded Biden’s words.

Throughout his remarks, Biden sought to contrast where the country was a year ago and where it is now, praising the American people for helping to control the virus by rolling up their sleeves to get their vaccination shots — despite the fact that the country fell short of his goal of having 70% of Americans vaccinated with at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine by July 4.

While Biden used rousing rhetoric to praise the country’s achievements thus far, he underlined that the struggle is far from finished, referring to the virus’s delta forms, which have alarmed medical professionals as cases rise in places where vaccination rates are low.

“We’ve got the upper hand against this illness thanks to our valiant vaccination work. We can go about our daily lives, our children can return to school, and our economy is booming again. Don’t get me wrong: I think it’s great. Covid-19 has yet to be defeated. We are all aware that strong variations, such as the Delta variety, have evolved “Biden stated the following.

“Getting vaccinated, however, is the best defense against these variations. It is the most patriotic thing you can do, my fellow Americans. Please get vaccinated if you haven’t already. Make it happen. Do it right now. For your own sake, for the sake of your loved ones, for the sake of your community, and for the sake of your nation. That, you know, is how we’ll keep ahead of these variations and safeguard our hard-won gains.”

With a wagging finger, he continued, “We never want to be where we were a year ago today.” “While the virus has not been eradicated, we do know that it no longer has power over our life. Our country is no longer paralyzed by it. And it is within our ability to ensure that it does not happen again.”

Pulling a card from his pocket, Biden recited the total number of COVID-19 deaths in the United States to date: 603,018 persons who died as a result of the virus, and paid homage.

“To someone, they left behind, each of them meant the world. And those of you who have gone through it all know how important it is to remember in order to recover. We must keep them in mind. We’ll do it. We promise to remember them at all times. That is exactly what we will do.”

While party divides have produced a schism in vaccine beliefs, Biden attempted to sell a narrative of togetherness, asking the country to work together to combat the virus and get back on track.

“You know, history shows us that when we come together when we join in a common cause when we view ourselves as Americans rather than Republicans or Democrats, there is no limit to what we can do. None. Today, we can see the fruits of that togetherness. We are our nation, and we are forging a common purpose “Biden stated the following.

lgnews-Joe-Biden-Addressed.jpg2“Because we’re fighting the infection together,” he said. “We’re reviving our economy by working together. We will save our people from despair and divisiveness if we work together. But we must do it together. We’ve had some of our darkest days in the last 12 months. Now I genuinely think, and I swear, we are on the verge of seeing our bright future.”

Vice President Kamala Harris and second gentleman Doug Emhoff, as well as Congressman Ted Lieu and his wife Betty, paid a visit to some firemen in Los Angeles earlier Sunday.

“Let’s take a moment to think about what you’ve done in the previous year and a half to keep pushing and not giving up. You couldn’t remain at home since you couldn’t afford it. You were sent to help. So it’s also a wonderful day to focus on the positive, right? And then there’s the battle and our dedication to it. So, once again, thank you everyone “she stated

lgnews-Joe-Biden-Addressed.jpg33333The party paid a visit to Brentwood, California’s Los Angeles Fire Department Station 19, which Harris and Emhoff described as their local station.

“To us, it’s personal,” Emhoff explained. “Thank you for everything you do for our community, our neighbors, since this is our local station. I know we’ve had to evacuate a few times, and you guys have always been there to defend our family. And we are grateful for it.”

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