For Tuesday, September, 28th, 2021, President Biden has received his daily brief. Like yesterday @ 6:37 a.m. my time, (9:37 a.m. D.C., time) there is nothing else listed on his scheduled; which is subject to change.
President Biden has tweeted 2 times so far for Tuesday; I will be sharing them down thread.
When Biden Bits was published for Monday, I said President Biden had 2 tweets, and managed to only post 1 of those two tweets…
Anyhoo, with the One I missed, plus the 7 he added that gives him a Monday Tweeting Total of 9 tweets and 0 retweets.
The coronavirus vaccine/booster tweets…
The YouTube is 6 minutes and 27 seconds long. His full remarks can be found here.
On Friday, President Biden offered unscheduled remarks on the coronavirus vaccine and the Pfizer vaccine booster shots.
The YouTube is 28 minutes and 38 seconds long. His full remarks can be found here.
President Biden (2:50): And like your first and second shot, the booster shot is free and easily accessible. Booster shots will be available in 80,000 locations, including over 40,000 pharmacies nationwide. So, my message today is this: If you’ve got the Pfizer vaccine — if you got the Pfizer vaccine in January, February, or March of this year and you’re over 65 years of age, go get the booster. Or if you have a medical condition like diabetes or you’re a frontline worker, like a healthcare worker or a teacher, you can get a free booster now. I’ll be getting my booster shot. It’s hard to acknowledge I’m over 65, but I’ll be getting my booster shot. (Laughter.) It’s a bear, isn’t it? I tell you — acknowledge it. Anyway.
TUESDAYS SECOND TWEET
President Biden: Anyway, like I did in my first and second COVID-19 vaccination shot, I’m about to get my booster shot and do it publicly.
President Biden: We know that to beat this pandemic and to save lives, to keep our children safe, our schools open, our economy going, we need to get folks vaccinated.
President Biden: So, text your ZIP Code to 438829 — that’s 438829 — or visit Vaccines.gov to find a vaccination location near you. We can do this. Get vaccinated.
The Salesman Tweets:
The one I missed…
On Friday, during his remarks, posted above; President Biden took questions. The 26 second video is a snip of an answer he gave to a reporters question.
Ken from IDK what news org., asked: Thank you, Mr. President. When you met with congressional leaders this week, you told them to try to find a number less than $3.5 trillion on the reconciliation package that they could live with. What is that topline number in your mind as you deliberate these considerations? And then, separately, you mentioned how you’re going to pay for some of these provisions. Senator Wyden has a proposal on annual taxes on billionaires’ unrealized gains. Is that a proposal that you support?
President Biden said a lot; here’s the related snip: Look, I really mean this. Look at my whole career — and I come from, you know, the corporate state of America. I just think it’s about just paying your fair share, for Lord’s sake. Now, we can argue whether or not the corporate tax should go back up to 26 and a half percent or 28 or 24, but the idea that 50 — 50 major corporations in America, making a sum total of $40 billion pays zero? Come on. Come on. It’s just wrong. It’s just not fair. And I think is beginning to, you know, sink through the ether a little bit here on the part of people.
The Q&A starts at the 18 minute and 15 second mark.
Each circle is a different poll. When finding the first poll I found this Build Back Together.org website I didn’t realize existed until today…
I have added it now to my list, considering he got the above information on polls from that website.
September, 21st, 2021:
First up: The Navigator poll via Build Back Together.org: New polling from Navigator Research underlines the overwhelming support the Build Back Better Agenda continues to have with the American people. This latest research adds to other recent polling that has showed the enduring popularity of the Biden-Harris Administration’s plans to lower costs for working families by making priorities such as health care, child care, and prescription drugs more affordable while ensuring the wealthiest Americans making over $400,000 a year and big corporations finally pay their fair share.
The Navigator Poll says: Nationwide surveys of registered voters; Each wave represents approximately 1,000 interviews taken over the prior three-five days. Latest wave conducted September 9-September 13, 2021. For more info, visit navigatorresearch.org
September, 17th, 2021:
Second up: The Data for Progress poll via Build Back Together.org: Support for the Build Back Better Agenda and the President’s plans to pay for it remains strong with American voters according to a new poll released today by Data for Progress and Invest in America. Individual provisions such as investing in long-term care for seniors and raising taxes on the wealthiest Americans are supported by majorities of Democrats, Independents, and Republican likely voters.
From the linked poll: From September 10 to 13, 2021, Invest in America and Data for Progress conducted a survey of 1,188 likely voters nationally using web panel respondents. The sample was weighted to be representative of likely voters by age, gender, education, race, and voting history. The survey was conducted in English. The margin of error is ±3 percentage points. N=1,188 unless otherwise specified. Some values may not add up to 100 due to rounding.
Crunch time people: I was unable to locate the Fox News poll or the Pew Research poll. I will published and then continue my search.
TUESDAYS FIRST TWEET:
The daily press briefing is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. D.C., time.