Hannity calls on Biden to resign due to broken COVID-19 promises

Fox News host Sean Hannity called on President Joe Biden to resign on Tuesday during his opening monologue, saying that the president’s promise to get COVID-19 in hand was a farce. 

“More than 419,200 Americans have died from COVID-19 under Joe Biden’s watch,” Hannity during his monologue of “Hannity” according to Fox News.

“That means more dead Americans from COVID in 2021 than 2020. But in October 2020, Biden claimed … [there were] 220,000 Americans dead. … Anyone who’s responsible for that many deaths should not remain as president of the United States.”

According to the news host, Biden’s failures come on the heels of him running his “entire campaign that he would shut down this virus.”

Biden reportedly broke his oft-repeated campaign promise in late December, saying “there is no federal solution” to the pandemic, which Hannity believes is reason for him to be shut down.

While Biden has continued to insist that the “pandemic of the unvaccinated,” is due to those shot resistant, the fully vaccinated who have received boosters are still contracting and transmitting coronavirus.

“This is a big reason why testing is so important,” he said. “Now the question is: Where is Joe Biden? Where are the tests, Joe? Because a year ago you vowed to make testing a top priority in your administration.

“You said it’s a travesty that we don’t have enough tests when Donald Trump was president. Now those tests for most Americans are nowhere to be found.”

“Now you see what’s happening here?” Hannity continued. “The administration has no plan or strategy to deliver on Joe’s lofty campaign promise that he was going to stop the virus. … So they’re doubling down, they’re tripling down. They’re looking for ways to deflect the blame.”