Juan Williams Attacks Trump

(PoliticalLookout.com)- Left-wing agitator who still somehow has a job at Fox, Juan Williams, published an op-ed for the Hill this week in which he made the bizarre claimed that President Donald Trump is jealous of President Joe Biden’s “success” in the White House.

A multi-billionaire who oversaw the best American economy in history is jealous of a president overseeing a border crisis?

Okay, sure.

Williams, who is no stranger to attacking the former president on the network, claimed that President Trump cannot hide his “failures” during his time in the White House, but didn’t offer any realistic explanation for what he considered a failure or how President Trump performed badly during his tenure as president.

“Since Biden’s inauguration, the COVID-19 infection rate has been cut by well over half,” Williams said, apparently forgetting that the infection rate is slipping because of the vaccine created courtesy of President Trump’s Operation Warp Speed.
“And last week congressional Democrats passed Biden’s popular COVID-19 relief bill. The economy is rebounding, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average up about 19 percent since Election Day. Poor Trump. All he can do is put out a whiny statement,” Williams added.
He’s talking about the $1.9 trillion COVID relief package that doesn’t offer the $2,000 checks that President Trump called for and President Biden promised not just during his presidential campaign but also during the Georgia Senate runoff race.

Oh, and billions of dollars made available to farmers…but only if they aren’t white.

Williams also made the inaccurate claim that Trump was responsible for a “shortage of vaccine when he left office” and that there was “no plan for getting Americans vaccinated.”
When Vice President Kamala Harris made the same claim, suggesting that the Biden administration had to start from scratch, even Dr. Anthony Fauci stepped in and told her she was wrong.

Williams attempted to paint Biden as a successful president, despite already having signed the most executive orders in the shortest period of time than any president – more than three dozen in just the first couple of weeks – and is overseeing a crisis on the border but won’t even admit it.

“Biden promised 100 million vaccinations in his first 100 days in office. He is on track to do it. And now Biden says there will be enough vaccine for all Americans by the end of May,” Williams said.

President Donald Trump was responsible for developing the vaccine distribution plans that allowed America to hit one million vaccines administered per day. Under the Biden administration, that number has stayed roughly the same on average.

What planet does Juan Williams live on?