President-elect Joe Biden’s inaugural committee on Sunday announced there would be a virtual parade after the swearing-in ceremony on Inauguration Day as part of efforts “to keep crowds to a minimum amid the coronavirus pandemic.” What a crock of…
Joe Biden, the most charismatic Democrat who ever graced planet Earth, will hold a “virtual inaugural parade” next week.
The televised, virtual parade will feature performances in communities across the country, the committee said in a news release, much like the virtual program at the Democratic National Convention, which was “forced” to go online over the summer in efforts “to keep the virus from spreading.”
Obviously, Democrats are worried that the only people who will come out will be flag-waving MAGA supporters.
Maybe they’ll hold a circle rally at the end of the route?
Marie Claire reported:
In a normal year, a presidential inauguration is a massive event that takes over pretty much all of Washington, D.C., flooding the streets with supporters (and, often, some protestors) and serving as an exhilarating celebration of either the arrival of a new administration or the continuation of an incumbent one. 2021, of course, is not a normal year. With the COVID-19 pandemic still in full swing, President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris have instituted a series of strict safety protocols to protect potential attendees at their January 20 ceremony, which is themed “Our Determined Democracy: Forging a More Perfect Union.”
As a result, the event will look completely different from past years’, with most of it conducted virtually and attendance severely limited for all in-person portions of the day, with the Presidential Inaugural Committee taking cues from the mostly virtual Democratic National Convention last summer. Any drawbacks will, of course, be heavily outweighed by the benefits: namely, the health and safety of the country, as well as the lack of new material for a certain someone to use to (falsely) boast about the (small) crowd size at his own (sparsely attended) inauguration. The day’s events will conclude with a virtual inauguration parade that will highlight Americans across the country—here’s everything you need to know about the virtual celebration.
The liberal media is already spinning this craziness. These are not good people!
The inaugural committee has urged Americans not to travel for Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris’ inauguration on January 20. The committee said earlier this month that Biden and Harris would take their oaths of office at the US Capitol in Washington, DC, during a significantly scaled-down ceremony that will feature stringent health and safety protocols.
AND WE ALL KNOW WHY…because nobody will come!
WASHINGTON (AP) — National Guard says it will increase troops in DC to at least 10,000 by Saturday to boost security ahead of inauguration.
— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) January 11, 2021
So why are thousands and thousands of national guard troops being flow into Washington if no one is going to be there?
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