President Biden’s three goals for his first 100 days in office seemed pretty simple; one was to simply ask Americans to wear a mask (or two) for just 100 days. He even followed through on that order mandating the wearing of a mask on federal property, even though we never see Jen Psaki in the briefing room wearing one, and Biden’s own family immediately broke the rule (because they were celebrating). We’re old enough to remember in October before the election when Biden said he’d “go to every local official” and convince them to pass a mask mandate.

One of Biden’s promises that a lot of people have on their minds is his promise that if Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock were elected to the Senate, $2,000 relief checks would “go out the door immediately.”

He did promise $2,000 checks … but then clarified that the $600 checks were a down-payment and $2,000 checks weren’t going to happen.

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