CNN’s Fact-Checker Assures Us President Biden ‘Did Not Nod Off’ During Meeting With Israeli Prime Minister

President Joe Biden nodded off during his press meeting with Israel Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, who visited the White House to speak about Covid-19 and Covid-19 vaccinations.

Biden looked down for around 30 seconds during the meeting and seemed to close his eyes, and fumbled with his fingers. During this time, Bennett spoke about the story of the friendship between the United States and Israel, the progress made, and the continued partnership. It’s not clear if Biden fell asleep or nodded off, but his mannerisms during the entire meeting are concerning.

Biden has been known to get lost during speeches, forget questions from reporters, and sometimes even forget words or mispronounce words entirely. Nobody can forget the “truaninternatane pressure,” can they? Nobody knows what that means, and how could they? Is it an acronym? Is it an entire paragraph? Who knows?

Another part of the puzzle is the enthusiasm of Bennett while speaking versus Biden’s lack of interest. Bennett didn’t have any obligation to meet with Biden in the first place. Biden condemned Israel earlier this year when Hamas was bombing the Gaza Strip.

The United States and Israel have been encouraging their residents to be vaccinated all year, and Israel has a large population of vaccinated citizens.

Bennett said, “You were the first one to call it a pandemic of the unvaccinated, and that couldn’t be more true.”

Did Bennett forget that his country is the most vaccinated globally and currently has one of the highest Covid-19 case counts? 74% of the country is vaccinated, and their new case count for August 28th, 2021, is 11,177 per JHU CSSE Covid-19 Data. It isn’t surprising because the antibodies from vaccinated are underrated at best. It seems that the antibodies only last around six months based on the rise and fall of Covid-19 cases. There is no evidence that masks or social distancing have progressed the cases, but infection rates and vaccination rates are easy to follow.

According to the National Institute for Health, natural antibodies from previous Covid-19 infections last in the body for eight months after infection. They said, “The immune system of more than 95% of people who recovered from COVID-19 had durable memories of the virus up to eight months after infection.”

So, why is this information not used to determine case counts and reliability? Because it’s free.

Dan Holloway, veteran and co-host of Drinkin’ Bros, told Tucker Carlson, “I’ll save you the suspense about natural immunity. The reason it’s not being talked about is that it’s free, brother, that’s why right? Let’s not pretend that’s not the case.”

It’s true, and natural immunity costs nothing. It protects just as effectively, if not better than the Covid-19 vaccinations, which have not been certified for safety and efficacy by the US Food and Drug Administration.

It begs the question, why do you have to pay for a Covid-19 antibody test but not a Covid-19 infection test? According to CVS Health, a Covid-19 antibody test costs $38 at the time it’s administered. Covid-19 infection testing does not mention payment for a Covid-19 infection test on the same CVS Health website. Interesting, isn’t it?