White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Wednesday ‘clarified’ Joe Biden’s comment that it’s up to individuals on whether they wear masks on airplanes.
The Biden regime’s DOJ on Tuesday announced they will appeal Monday’s mask mandate ruling for commercial air travel if the CDC decides to keep the mask mandates in place.
Just a couple hours before the DOJ made the announcement on Tuesday, Biden told reporters, “I don’t know” if we will appeal the federal ruling that struck down the mask mandate on planes.”
Earlier Tuesday however, a reporter asked Biden if people should continue to wear masks on planes after a Trump-appointed federal judge declared his mandate unlawful.
“That’s up to them,” Biden said.
BIDEN, 2:00PM: Wearing a mask on planes is “up to [individuals]”
BIDEN, 3:30PM: “I don’t know” if we will appeal the federal ruling that struck down the mask mandate pic.twitter.com/QNMzE92B15
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) April 19, 2022
Now Psaki is walking back Biden’s comment.
“The president was answering the question quite literally,” Psaki said reiterating the Biden Regime’s stance that Americans should wear masks on planes.
Psaki defends Biden saying masking is a personal decision as the administration seeks to reinstate required masking on planes and trains: “The president was answering the question quite literally, which means…we are not implementing the mask mandate because of the court order” pic.twitter.com/iiF1xDzstT
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) April 20, 2022
Who is really calling the shots?