If you missed President Biden’s first nationwide address Thursday night, here’s what you missed.


In his mostly upbeat speech, Biden spoke about the vaccination efforts saying that by May 1 States can open up vaccine eligibility to adults 18+. By July 4th he anticipates Americans should be able to gather in ‘small groups.’

You Need To Do Your Part.

The President urged caution, that we can only beat the virus if we all keep wearing masks (vaccinated people can possibly transmit the virus) and expressing frustration that it’s the “easiest thing to do to save lives,” and “sometimes it divides us.”


“If we do our part, if we do this together, by July Fourth, there’s a good chance you, your family and friends can gather in your backyard and have a barbecue and celebrate Independence Day,” Biden said. “After this long hard year, that will make this Independence Day something truly special, where we not only mark our independence as a nation, we begin to mark our independence from this virus.”



The ‘comforter-in-chief President made a plea for the Nation to heal and come together, saying “My fervent hope for the country is that after all we’ve been through, we will come together.”

What we didn’t see last night; bragging, lying, taking personal credit, or boasting.