Joe Biden’s Position On Masks Keeps Changing, Confusing His Own Campaign Staff

Joe Biden Mask Mandate Position
Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden puts on a face mask at a campaign event, on his first joint appearance with Vice presidential candidate Senator Kamala Harris after being named his running mate, at Alexis Dupont High School in Wilmington, Delaware, U.S., August 12, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Barria â€(R)

Joe Biden keeps shifting his position on his nation-wide mask mandate. It’s a “big mess,” says CBS’ Major Garrett.

“They’re having problems with it this week in a way that a challenging campaign in this pandemic probably ought not to have.”

During a CNN town hall meeting on Thursday, Biden said he would fine Americans who do not wear a mask on federal property.

“I cannot mandate people wearing masks,” he said, acknowledging his previous call for a national mask mandate was unconstitutional.

“I would call every governor in the country into the White House; say, you should be putting mandates out. And if they don’t, I’d call the mayors in their towns, in their cities and say, put out mandates,” Biden said.

“I would like to see the governors enforce mask wearing, period. I can do that on federal property. As president, I will do that. On federal land, I’d have the authority,” he continued.

“If you’re on federal land, you must wear a mask. In a federal building, you must wear a mask. And we could have a fine for them not doing it,” Biden said.

This is on the backs of many experts beginning to publicly question mask wearing and the forced COVID-19 lock downs.

On Twitter post noted:

At the DNC convention, Biden called for a national mask mandate.

3 weeks later, he said he didn’t have the authority to issue a national mask mandate.

Yesterday, he said he did have the authority.

Tonight he says he can’t mandate masks, marking his 3rd flip-flop on this issue.

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