Joe Biden Won’t Answer When Asked About Missing $2,000 Stimulus Checks For The American People (VIDEO)

Before the Senate runoff elections in Georgia, Joe Biden promised that if the Democrats won that $2,000 stimulus checks would go out right away.

That was in January. It is now almost March and the checks still haven’t gone out.

Peter Doocy of FOX News asked Biden about this issue on Thursday and Biden wouldn’t even answer.

Red State reports:

Peter Doocy Asks Biden About Those $2000/Checks He Promised ‘Immediately,’ It Doesn’t Go Well

Anytime that Joe Biden is around the press, even knowing that most of them are friendly to him, you can almost hear the intake of breath from his team hoping that he can get through the exchange, as they immediately try to rush him out the door at the nearest opportunity to avoid any more questions.

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But as they tried to do that today, Fox’s Peter Doocy, one of people who actually asks Biden real questions as a journalist should, managed to sneak one in as Biden was finishing and turning from the podium.

Doocy asked what happened to Biden’s promise seven weeks ago, that if the Democrats won the Senate, checks [the $2000 virus relief checks] would be going out the door immediately?

For sure, that’s one question that Biden doesn’t want to answer since he completely blew that promise on multiple fronts.

Watch the video below:

Does Biden really think he can just shrug this off and no one will notice?

He made a promise to the American people.

 

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