Media institutions hungry for access may often portray it otherwise, but details occasionally pop up about President Joe Biden’ short fuse – the New York Times has even reported on it.
It appears Ron DeSantis knows exactly how to light Joe Biden’s fuse.
And DeSantis just told a top athlete four words that left Joe Biden seething.
Aides to Joe Biden have described the President as having a short fuse.
In fact, a 2021 Times story even detailed that Biden will cut off aides who give answers he doesn’t like by saying in English.
That’s an interesting choice of words, considering most of Biden’s immigration policies.
The border is secure at least against tennis star who pushed back on Biden policies
The Biden administration recently took a big step to secure the border against foreign tennis star Novak Djokovic, barring him from entering the country to compete in U.S. tennis tournaments.
The tennis champ has stood his ground when it comes to the Biden administration’s pandemic policies.
Now years after the beginning of the Pandemic, the Biden administration is persisting in its standoff with Djokovic who refuses to get the jab.
But Florida Governor Ron DeSantis just called Joe Biden on it by coming up with a creative work-around for the tennis pro.
In a move that the New York Post described as “DeSantis trolls Biden” the GOP Governor called on Biden to lift the rule and let Djokovic compete.
DeSantis has made clear how he feels about the Biden administration’s COVID-19 vaccination requirement for travelers like Djokovic in a letter to the President.
“Mr. President – lift your restrictions and let him compete,” DeSantis wrote in a Twitter post, noting it was the only thing keeping Djokovic from participating in the Miami Open tennis tournament later this month.
In the letter DeSantis took Biden to task over the policies which still ban unvaccinated people who aren’t citizens from flying into the United States, but does not address any other method of entry.
“I note that since the onset of COVID-19, Mr. Djokovic has visited the United States twice — including once during your presidency — without any apparent health incident,” DeSantis penned.
“It is also not clear to me why, even by the terms of your own proclamation, Mr. Djokovic could not legally enter this country via boat,” the Florida governor continued. “Please confirm no later than Friday, March 10, 2023, that this method of travel into Florida would be permissible.”
A desire to keep millions of illegal immigrants flowing over the border, may explain why the Biden regime didn’t ban any other methods of entry.
DeSantis wasn’t shy about calling Biden out on the discrepancy.
“In sum,” he wrote, “the current ‘travel ban’ as applied to Mr. Djokovic — and presumably millions of other potential unvaccinated foreign visitors — seems completely ungrounded in logic, common sense, or any genuine concern for the health and welfare of the American people.”
DeSantis has offered to run a boat from the Bahamas to ensure Djokovic can participate in the Miami open later this month.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.